From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
Street Animation Offers A Stunning Take On The Beginning And End Of Life
Science provides us with a sound foundation for how collective life begins, and politics tells us ways that it might be destroyed. This video convenes both.
Pablo Picasso “Draws” With Light
And you thought the prolific Spanish artist was only good with paint.
Banksy’s Backyard: The Upfest Graffiti Festival
Only in the hometown of the world's best known street artist would you find a graffiti festival like Upfest.
This Palmitas Street Art Project Transformed A City
This Palmitas street art project just might be the most colorful urban renewal project on the planet. Don't believe us? Check it out for yourself...
Andy Warhol Goes Grocery Shopping
We've all seen Warhol's famous soup can renderings--but we haven't all seen the pop artist buying the cans.
Nick Cave’s Soundsuits: An Artist’s Take On Racial Profiling In The US
Racial profiling is sadly a recurring theme in the United States. Artist Nick Cave examines the phenomenon through art, movement and fabric.
Snarkitecture’s “Beach” Is Taking Over Washington D.C.
Brooklyn-based design firm Snarkitecture, just installed the world's most bizarre "beach." And you can visit it.
You’ve Never Seen Street Art Like This Before
An abandoned building in Mexico takes on a new, eerie light thanks to stop-motion animation and a seriously talented street art collective.
The Best “Game Of Thrones” Fan Art
The famed series has an uncanny ability to kill off our most beloved characters--and inspire some seriously intricate art. Here's a sampling.
Stunning Portraits Of Bathing Women Breathe Life Into Abandoned Spaces
Into larger-than-life street art? Then you'll love Sean Yoro's series of bathing women.
The Life And Death Of An iPhone
Tens of millions of Americans use the iPhone. But what do we know about its life?