Revised and expanded, The Art of Pixar gathers color scripts from the studio’s short and feature films, mapping out the emotional beats of each story in lush hues.
As the old saying goes, “If you can’t beat ’em, put on a Halloween mask and publicly indict their terrible record of human rights infractions.”
We started Chinatown Pretty out of admiration for this overlooked community, for both their fashion blog–worthy outfits and their active and independent lifestyles.
The American painter was a member of the legendary artist group Spiral and continues to make art every day in his studio in Santa Cruz.
A conversation with Nicole Tersigni, the comedy writer behind Men to Avoid in Art and Life, which compiles feminist memes that poke fun at the exhausting tradition of mansplaining.
“If the world is to be saved, it will be the women who save it,” said the American Impressionist, who led a headstrong life as a woman abroad.
Sometimes affection sprouts up in unexpected forms. Sometimes a core of graphite mixed with clay and encased in a tube of wood can surprise you. It hooked me, anyway.
Marilyn Chase’s new biography sheds light on Asawa’s contributions to San Francisco’s public schools and its artistic community at large.
The artist’s collages feature portraits of women cut from advertisements, their tresses painted and collaged into pools of color that spread onto the page like oil spills.
In photos that range from silly to unsettling, looking at the US’s oddest, most surprising, least sensible — and sometimes outright fake — laws.
A new book chronicles Potter’s evolution from a precocious naturalist to an expert artist with a scientific eye to a wildly successful author of children’s books.
Growing up in London, photographer Magnus Hastings was an “all-singing, all-dancing child,” as he puts it, who loved to wear his sister’s clothes.