FantasyWire is a beautiful sculpting technique from artist Robin Wight. Wight creates wire sculptures that often depict images of fairies and dandelions, both perfect imagery for his craft. Take a look at some of his mesmerizing pieces and find out more about the artist.
Frances Glessner Lee recreated murder scenes with dollhouse figures in the 1940’s and 50’s and quickly became known as the mother of forensic science. Now her work is on display at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.
The Postcard is an animated short that will delight audiences everywhere. This story of love, travel, and life takes place in the future: 2037 to be exact.
Who says science and art are two different subjects? Watch Chemical Garden II by Beauty of Science to see just how beautiful chemistry can be.
In the 1940’s, the Fleischer brothers started the trend of high quality animation by making Superman fly for the very first time. Watch for yourself.
Have you ever wondered why courtroom sketch artists are in such high demand? Did you know cameras are banned in courtrooms? Find out more!
Korea Mirrorworld by Rufus Blackwell, a DJI Creator, is a artistic and beautiful visual music video. Experience this stunning depiction for yourself.
John Lopez, the Cowboy Sculptor, creates beautiful art sculptures from scrap materials he finds near his hometown in South Dakota. Learn more about this talented artist.
I Need Color is a short documentary that focuses on comedy legend Jim Carrey and his passion for painting. This is a side of the comedian you’ve never seen before – take a look!