Christo Vladimirov Javacheff (1935–2020) and Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon (1935–2009), known as Christo and Jeanne-Claude, were artists noted for their large-scale, site-specific environmental installations, often large landmarks and landscape elements wrapped in fabric, including the Wrapped Reichstag, The Pont Neuf Wrapped, Running Fence in California, and The Gates in New York City's Central Park.
A long-lost Cupid in one of Vermeer's best-known paintings has been revealed after three centuries. But it's far from the only unsolved mystery in the Dutch artist's life.
Street Artist Fábio Gomes Trindade by Fábio Gomes Trindade in Rua Seis, Conjunto Arco Iris, Trindade, Goiás, Brasil.
The 22yr-old Suzuki Kango's "Plock" is a mechanical clock made of 400+ parts that writes the time with styluses on a board every minute.
John Wooden died in 2009. But if you're a basketball coach today, you're still living in his shadow. And for good reason. Wooden's record as a basketball coach for UCLA remains unmatched. He was notorious for his attention to detail, down to training his players how to put on their socks and lace
Imagine the most delicious mash-up of a grilled ham and cheese sandwich and a decadent stack of buttery French toast. You’d have tender-crisp, custardy bread stuffed with sweet ham and gooey Gruyère cheese that oozes with every bite.
The story of history's most expensive painting and the art world's most epic battle -- The Bouvier Affair -- is about the enter a new chapter.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Company X announces a new logo with a buzzword-filled press release. We’ve been hard at work for months in rethinking how to best represent ourselves to our customers, it reads. We think this new logo reflects our values by signaling simplicity and approachab