Art

The Haunting Beauty Of Being An Outcast, In 20 Paintings By Edward Hopper


May 2, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Edward Hopper is considered one of the most important American artists ever for his realist scenes of the loneliness and alienation of modern life.

José Guadalupe Posada: The Macabre Artist Who Made His Country Fall In Love With Death


May 2, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

José Guadalupe Posada is considered one of the most important Mexican artists in history, not only due to his unique style, but also because he created a cultural icon.

15 Paintings By The Master Of Sex, Death, And Violence


April 25, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio had a somber and realistic way of seeing life. Although his paintings are famous for religious scenes, he often depicted violent scenes with his chiaroscuro style.

11 Movie Posters You Didn't Know Were Inspired By Famous Paintings


April 24, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

There are several movie posters inspired by many famous canvas artworks like "Girl with a Pearl Earring," "American Gothic," and many more.

The 20 Painters Within An Artist With Multiple-Personality Disorder


April 20, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

Kim Noble suffers from dissociative identity disorder, a mental illness that split her personalities when she was a child. In painting, she found a way to live with her multiple personalities. Each artist within her has a different style and depicts different messages.

The Forgotten Japanese Artist Who Ruled The Parisian Bohemian Circle Of The 20s


April 20, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Japanese artist Tsuguharu Foujita was one of the famous bohemian artists. But he has been erased from history, why?

From Beggar To Artist Genius? The Myth Behind One Of Spain's Most Profitable Artists


April 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Lila Cabellut is one of the most profitable artists nowadays, but is her tragic story real or just a scam to make her seem more interesting?

The Household Objects That Turn Into Ghosts In Japanese Folklore


April 13, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

These illustrations show how, in Japanese folklore, it was believed that regular household objects or tools would come to life after 100 years of existence. They were known as “tsukumogami.”

7 Facts About Picasso That Will Make You Understand His Work


April 10, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

Interrogated by Nazis, copying famous artists, and having countless affairs, Picasso's life was anything but boring...

The Art Exhibition That Shows The Unexpected Erotic Sensation Found In Rocks


April 5, 2018

|Andrea Fischer

This art exhibition by Janet Levy in Mexico City explores the sexual tension found hidden away in beautiful rocks.