From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
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.
Bruno Walpoth, A Real-Life Geppetto
Using rigid wood and his imagination, Bruno Walpoth creates sculptures that are as technically immaculate as they are visually stunning.
Intricate Typewriter Portraits Encapsulate The Energy Of Famous Writers
These typewriter portraits capture the personas of our most beloved writers.
Artist Makes Stunning Paintings With…Fire
While fire is most often associated with destruction, artist Steve Spazuk reveals that it also has the capacity to be incredibly productive.
Salvador Dali’s Mind-Bending Interpretation Of “Alice In Wonderland”
Blending the the children's tale with the vivid dreams of the 1960s, it's easy to see why Dali's "Alice In Wonderland" is one of his most prized works.
Keng Lye’s Fantastically Realistic Resin Art
Artist Keng Lye uses resin to bring the ocean's most exotic denizens right to you.
Cartoon Characters In The Twilight Of Their Lives
In this clever short, Steve Cutts looks at the lives of cartoon characters whose best days--and figures--are long gone.
34 Splendid Photos Of Salvador Dali Being Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali was at once an artist and a work of art himself -- these thirty-four delightful photos of the legendary surrealist prove it!
Tanaka Tatsuya Transforms The Mundane Into The Magical
Tanaka Tatsuya's work -- taking every day objects and turning them into playful scenes -- proves that imagination doesn't have to die when your youth does.