Some photographers like to capture people; others like to capture the stories of the botanical world, from our backyards to our gardens and wildlands. That’s the premise behind the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew’s International Garden Photographer of the Year Award, whose winners were announced Friday.
Netflix movie Velvet Buzzsaw stars Jake Gyllenhaal as an art critic who becomes engulfed in weirdness when paintings by a mystery artist take Los Angeles by storm. That got us thinking about other horror movies featuring sinister and/or strangely animated artwork—so here are our favorites.
Mr. Nancy is, without a doubt, one of the standout characters from Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. Played by Orlando Jones in the Starz series, which is entering its second season, Mr. Nancy (better known as the West African trickster god Anansi) is a complex and dynamic god whose story simply begged for its own saga.…
Oscar-nominated Ray of Pure Joy and Light Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is one of the best superhero movies of all time. It’s a movie so visually stunning, that we just couldn’t wait to get our hands on its accompanying art book to learn just how one of the most inventive animated features of recent memory came to…
While you’re struggling to toast bread without burning it, metalsmith Seth Gould harnesses heat and fire to turn raw steel into masterful creations like this lock box featuring a complex series of steps that have to be perfectly executed in order to open it.
Over the past few months, Classic Stills has been capturing high-res moments from genre faves like Jurassic Park and the Marvel Cinematic Universe as artsy prints you can frame on your wall. Now, it’s turning its hand to TV, in the form of another genre icon: 55 years of Doctor Who’s adventures in time and space.
The lushly detailed work of pop-culture artist Laz Marquez is familiar to many genre fans—he’s done stunning box art for Scream Factory, and covetable, collectible posters for some of our favorite horror movies. His latest project highlights the ultimate cult TV show: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I’m passionate about movie posters, but I can’t say I really understand the craft of making them. James Verdesoto, a poster artist with a long career that includes, among others, the iconic poster for Pulp Fiction, does, though. And he’s generous enough to share.
If you’re in the market for posters of Star Wars vehicles, look no further than Craig Drake. Drake, who used to work at Lucasfilm, has been making posters of iconic vehicles for years now, and his latest solo show has the artist’s take on Luke’s landspeeder.