For over a century, a small watercolor of a bird was forgotten in an Antarctic hut under penguin poop and moldy paper.
An Artist’s Guide to Wandering the Overlooked Edges of New York City
Matthew Jensen’s Wonder Walks direct urban explorers to the fringes of New York City, to discover its hidden history and urban nature.
The Grisly and Heroic Propaganda of the Doomed Franklin Expedition
This month, the infamously ill-fated Franklin Expedition returned to the headlines with the discovery of the missing HMS Terror.
Tracking Artists’ Expeditions, from Glacier Surveys to a Search for Nixon’s Missing Moon Rocks
Art is often an act of venturing into the unknown, of starting something without knowing the outcome.
Travel to Space (and Back in Time) with Vintage NASA Photos
In the early 20th century, the world watched in anticipation as Stetson-capped explorers disappeared into the Amazon jungle.