From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
Micro Sculptures: Great Things Can Come In Small Sizes
Rejecting the notion that great art means big art, micro sculptures and their creators prove that some of the best innovations are almost invisible.
X-Ray Art Reveals The Internal Beauty Of Everyday Objects
In a world obsessed with appearances, X-ray art disregards exteriors in favor of highlighting the internal beauty and structure of everyday objects.
Mickael Jou Convenes Dance And Photography Into One Breathtaking Product
Proving that art and athleticism are not mutually exclusive, Mickael Jou's photo series presents a reality in which we'd all like to belong.
Is Google Earth Art The Next Wave Of Travel Photography?
Using the world as your digital canvas is no easy feat, but Federico Winer is doing just that. Is this the latest wave of travel photography?
John Bramblitt Paints with all the Colors of the Mind
Artist John Bramblitt paints gorgeous portraits and colorful landscapes, despite the fact that he was rendered blind from epilepsy back in 2001.
Slipping Glimpser: Willem de Kooning’s Sublime Take On What It Means To Be An Artist
After genocide and protracted conflicts, artists like Willem de Kooning posited that we had to deconstruct our present and past to uncover truth.
An Art Inception: Joe Fig’s Dioramas Of Artists Making Art In Their Studios
Joe Fig makes art of artists making art. Have a headache yet?
Psychedelic Candy Art That Your Sweet Tooth Will Love
Schultz expertly wields pounds of colored sugar, sweets, beads, toys, pipe cleaners and glitter, creating candy art that explodes with color.
America’s Makers Prove Technology and Tradition Can Mix
Composed primarily of craftsmen, inventors and gardeners, America's makers are revolutionizing the way we reuse and repurpose items in our daily lives.
The Darkest Truth About Love
We all get excited at the prospect and rewards of love. To appreciate them more, we need to assess love's darker realities.
Intricate Tibetan Sand Paintings Dismantled After Completion
For 2,500 years, Tibetan Buddhist monks have been creating sand paintings, a lengthy creative process with plenty of symbolic meaning.