TED Talks are a great resource for gathering information and hearing stories from diverse communities. Here are four TED Talks to inspire your creativity.
These 7 queer webtoons will warm your heart and ruin your sleep schedule.
For years black women have been fighting against racism and sexism. These women are also musicians, using their lyrics to influence change.
The ‘male gaze’ has a long history in art and philosophy. To know what it actually means, let’s start with understanding what gaze is in the first place.
The Christmas card was meant to save time while allowing its sender to maintain social customs around letter-writing and visitation. As our social and technological norms evolve, so too does the Christmas card.
“What is worth more—art or life?” With their attacks against famous works of art, climate activists are sending a message. But are they effective?
Basquiat, Haring, and Scharf were the most recognizable names in art during their time. One of them would later be taken under Andy Warhol’s wing.
Diana in Greek mythology and Roman mythology is a goddess of the moon and a symbol for many aspects of womanhood.
Urban fantasy is a literary genre that merges the real world urban settings with fantasy elements to create a vibrant world of magic.
Here are 15 sources for free Black Lives Matter posters and wallpaper art you can use to spread the message that Black Lives Matter and support the movement.
There are quite a few conspiracy theories about the Denver Airport, most of them probably untrue. But the story of Blucifer, the demon horse that killed its creator, is 100% fact.
Do you know that painting of the guy whose head is made of only fruits and veggies? Want to see more from its creator Giuseppe Arcimboldo?
Colombian artist Fernando Botero is known for depicting fat figures. But why are his paintings of fat people considered high art?
Retro-futurism is an artistic movement that branched off of futurism and imagined the future from the perspective of the past. Here’s why it’s important.
Afrofuturism asks if the future sci-fi imagines for us has space for people of African descent.
The cyberpunk genre made Japan the face of a technologically advanced and bleakly capitalist future. But why?