From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
A Damn Fine Set of Pin-Ups: The Women of Twin Peaks
The cult favorite is slated to return to airwaves in 2016. These Twin Peaks pin ups will get you jazzed in the meantime.
Giuseppe Randazzo Blends Art & Technology With Ease
Using computer algorithms and 3D printing techniques, artist Giuseppe Randazzo created these sculptures.
Kinetic Machine Theater: Sleepless In Glasgow
Part tinker-toy, part horror, Glasgow's Kinetic Machine Theater is perhaps the most haunting site in Scotland.
Knitting Glass Sculptures With Artist Carol Milne
While most people knit fuzzy socks and warm winter scarves, Carol Milne spends her time knitting glass sculptures.
Intricate Feather Art Shadowboxes By Chris Maynard
Under the careful hands of Chris Maynard, feathers that have been discarded or shed are transformed, cut, and shaped to become incredible feather art.
Breaking And Entering: Our Interview With Illustrator Ray Jones
An interview with Ray Jones, an incredibly talented illustrator from Brooklyn, New York.
Max Zorn Crafts Brilliant Scenes From Packing Tape
Most street artists accept that when night falls, their artwork will be obscured by darkness. But most street artists aren't Max Zorn.
Counting Down The Best Street Art Of 2014
What do Banksy, Phlegm, Bordalo II, NeSpoon have in common? They've created some of the best street art of 2014.
Spiraling Snow Drawings Captivate Colorado
Sonja Hinrichsen creates stunning Snow Drawings throughout Colorado, transforming pristine white snow into art.
Wooden Cities Come In All Shapes And Sizes
Armed with little more than a bandsaw, artist James McNabb sculpts scrap wood to create geometric wooden cities often configured in circular shapes.
This Is How Picasso Would Serve Thanksgiving Dinner
Hannah Rothstein created Thanksgiving food art by imitating the styles of ten artists and imagining how each might plate a Thanksgiving meal.