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Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo ruled the world of Christmas cards internationally with his heartwarming paintings of Mexican Christmas traditions.
Artist Yung Jake creates emoji portraits that explore the role the digital world plays in our current reality.
Usually known as the father of muralism in Mexico, Diego Rivera is one of the most famous and most important artists in the country, with Mexico City covered by his impressive historical murals.
A symbol of international friendship and unity, The Route of Friendship was created by artists from every continent to honor cultures from around the world.
On November 6th, somebody hacked Sofia Furio's Instagram account. She lost all of her work of the last two years. This is the story of her creative process before and after the hack.
Contemporary art is filled with shallow and pretentious works, but this dynamic duo is the real deal. Meet Tim Noble and Sue Webster.
These jaw-dropping works of art will surely make you look twice, thrice, or more until you realize they're not photographs. Read on to find out how Hyperrealism evolved into what it is today!
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With the rise of filmmakers as Alfonso Cuarón and photographers as Emmanuel Lubezki making the headlines, many theater producers are getting more and more interested in these Latino names popping in the marquees around the country.
Troy Schooneman creates works that take us back to the classic visions of the male body. Have a look at these artistic male nudes.
Queen Victoria was famous for her strict morals and serious countenance. However, behind that severity, Queen Victoria was a hopeless romantic who would change romance and relationships for centuries to come.
Amongst the thousands of artworks stolen by the Nazis, there are some masterpieces it’s a shame we won’t be able to see again.
Illustrator Marco Melgrati's art will make you look at everyday things in a new light. He takes common landscapes and scenarios and gives them a twist. Read here for some of his thoughts and his creative process.
Walt Disney was heavily influenced by many groundbreaking artists, including a little-known German artist by the name of Heinrich Kley.
He produced over 300 paintings and influenced many generations of artists. He painted scenes of all kinds and experimented with many styles. But above all, he was a master of light, shadows, and faces.