The Art of Dressing: Exploring Esteban Vicente’s “Blue, Red, Black and White”

For fall we’ve turned to Esteban Vicente’s painting, “Blue, Red, Black and White” for an artful look.

Long Live the Tattoo: Company Will Frame Your Inked Skin After Your Death

For those that want your tattoos to live on–long after you’ve been dead and buried–now there’s a way to preserve your ink for posterity, by handing your skin over to the Foundation for the Art and Science of Tattooing.

Hello Kitty’s First Retrospective Exhibit at Japanese American National Museum

40 different artists came together to create new works to be used in the first large-scale museum retrospective of the iconic Sanrio character in the United States.

Sexuality and Disability Through Olivier Fermariello’s Lens

Through raw, intimate photos exploring sexuality, Fermariello focuses his camera lens on the private lives of those living with disabilities.

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s Wedding Got ‘Simpsonized’

Illustrated by aleXsandro Palombo, a less than thrilled George Clooney and a glamorously dressed Amal Almuddin are imagined as Simpsons characters who are definitely NOT from Springfield.

‘Peanuts’ Siblings Snoopy and Belle Get Fashion Treatment in Upcoming Exhibition

America’s most beloved Beagle, Snoopy, and his sister, Belle, are getting the fashion treatment for the second time, as part of the “Peanuts” comic strip’s 65th anniversary.

Meet the New Hipster, Doc Marten-Wearing Batgirl No. 35

Catering to this idea of a new, more socially aware demographic, DC Comics has taken Batgirl from a spandex clad vixen to a Doc Marten wearing, dare I say, hipster.

MoMA to Host Björk Retrospective

Next year, the Icelandic songstress will be celebrated at the iconic museum through a retrospective set to run from Mar 7 to Jun 7 2015.

Arty Offerings: H&M Joins Forces With Jeff Koons and The Whitney Museum Of American Art

The latest H&M collaboration is with a high-end artist who is turning the brand’s new flagship on Fifth Avenue into his own personal work of art.

‘Hunger Games: The Exhibit’ May Be Coming to a Museum Near You

“The Hunger Games” has joined the ranks of many of its fantasy counterparts in announcing the inception of “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition.” Debuting summer 2015, well before the November…

Keith Haring & Jean-Michel Basquiat the Focus of New Forever 21 Collection

Forever 21 just went to the art side with a new Artist Series collection featuring the works of artists Keith Haring & Jean-Michel Basquiat. The collection, comprised of mostly tees, bandeau…

Photo Diary: (E)merge Art Fair at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington D.C.

Artists, collectors, curators and creatives gathered at Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington D.C. to immerse themselves into the multi-media art experience know as the (e)merge art fair.  Hotel rooms were…

Adolescence and Budding Sensuality Explored in Balthus’s ‘Cats & Girls’ Exhibit at The Met

Adolescence has been the subject of much artistic exploration – whether it be through poetry, novels, music, or fashion.  Perhaps it’s the fascination with transition or how our innocence is…

Photo Diary: Nuit Blanche at the Wonder Bread Factory in Washington D.C.

Art took the forefront of the nightlife scene this weekend at DC’s Art All Night Festival. Over a dozen venues in the Shaw District participated in the annual free art…

Photo Diary: Heineken Mural Project at Blind Whino Arts Club In Washington, D.C.

Over the weekend, we had the opportunity to attend the Heineken Mural Project VIP Launch Event, the official kickoff for  Heineken Mural Project. The preview event was held at DC’s…