From the Renaissance to the Surrealist movement, All That Is Interesting shares interesting photographs and articles about art and art history!
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?
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXVIII
The first color photos of America bring the past to life; beautiful portraiture brings nature's great beasts to life; driftwood brings dragons to life.
What José Posada’s Skeleton Cartoons Teach Us About Life
In José Pasada's world, we must start by affirming one truth: we will all one day be skeletons. Life becomes a lot simpler once we accept that.
Bizarre, Wacky & Awesome: Public Art Around the World
Public art takes on many forms, colors, styles, cultures and mediums. We've captured as many as possible.
The Moped Diaries, A Short Film
A beautiful, poignant short film-- a young boy has to become a man when the little island he calls home is connected to the rest of the world by a bridge.
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition Has Returned (And We’re Excited)
One of the world's oldest art exhibitions, the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition, is back--and we can't wait to see what it has in store this year.
MC Escher And The Genius Of The Droste Effect
This video depicts the trippy Droste effect, famously used by MC Escher to make an image appear to repeat into infinity.
These Whimsical Flying Houses Speak To Your Inner Child
Whimsical. Dreamy. Imaginative. We know you'll adore French photographer Laurent Chehere's photography project "Flying Houses."
Etheldreda Laing’s Autochrome Garden Of Eden
At the turn of the century, Etheldreda Laing used her seasoned artistic eye and emerging technology to create timeless scenes of innocence and grace.