From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
What We Loved This Week: How 3,000 Condoms Become Art
Plus this week's top stories: Instagram accounts of Mexican drug lords, the world's monuments lit up for Paris, and more.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXLV
Plus: inside the poorest cities in America, the Japanese houses that are basically slightly oversized washing machines, bone-chilling vintage photos, and the weirdest sculptures from around the world.
Photo Of The Day: “Starry Night” Painted In Bacteria
Scientists were asked to tap into their cultural side for an art contest, which led one ambitious person to recreate a masterpiece.
Photo Of The Day: The Story Behind Keith Haring’s Original ‘Crack Is Wack’ Mural
Discover the story behind street artist Keith Haring's iconic "Crack Is Wack" mural in New York City.
God As UFO: The Otherworldly Art Of Ionel Talpazan
The Romanian refugee used art and UFOs to address his questions about the nature of human existence.
Straw Dinosaurs In A Rice Field? Only In Japan
In Niigata Prefecture, locals say goodbye to the rice harvest season in a pretty creative way.
Foley Artists: Hollywood’s Unsung Heroes
Movies are as much about moving images as they are sound—which is why Foley artists are so important.
Russian Artist Petro Wodkins Takes On Vladimir Putin, Tells Us Why
Petro Wodkins just debuted a Vladimir Putin speaker with the hope of "playing the people who play the world."
80 Textless Movie Posters That Don’t Need A Single Word
At times, simplicity can convey the most meaning. Explore the posters for your favorite movies, reimagined brilliantly without text.
Can You Color Your Way Out Of Adult Stressors?
It might seem childish to resort to crayons and stencils to cope with the stresses of adult life, but the coloring book offers hours of cheap, restorative escape.