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First thing we do, let’s kill all the experts

Enlarge / Here lies an expert (maybe). reader comments 85 Share this story There is a Climate Science Legal Defense Fund. Take a moment to consider the implications of that ... Read More

Norm Architects merges Danish and Japanese influences at Sticks n Sushi restaurant in London

Diners move from dark and cosy spaces to light spaces as they climb through the levels of this London sushi restaurant by Danish studio Norm Architects. Located on London's King's ... Read More

Norm Architects merges Danish and Japanese influences at Sticks n Sushi restaurant in London

Diners move from dark and cosy spaces to light spaces as they climb through the levels of this London sushi restaurant by Danish studio Norm Architects. Located on London's King's ... Read More

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to reopen after flood

The galleries in Great Missenden explore the life of the children's author, who lived in the village - an inspiration for many stories - for 36 years. The post Roald ... Read More

With Ingenuity and Strange Beauty, Northern California Artists Rebuild From the Ashes a Year After the Devastating Wildfires

Artists whose homes and studios were destroyed used ashes and rubble to create new work. The post With Ingenuity and Strange Beauty, Northern California Artists Rebuild From the Ashes a ... Read More

Art Industry News: Brilliant Activist Sculptor Simone Leigh Wins the Guggenheim’s $100,000 Hugo Boss Prize + Other Stories

Plus, Sex Pistols artist Jamie Reed calls out Banksy and Jerry Saltz was sickened by the new documentary "The Price of Everything." The post Art Industry News: Brilliant Activist Sculptor ... Read More

Was a Rare Eye Condition the Secret to Leonardo da Vinci’s Artistic Genius? A New Study Advances the Theory

He's not the first artist to be diagnosed with the incredibly unusual disorder. But one researcher is sure it's the secret to his genius. The post Was a Rare Eye ... Read More

The Smithsonian Unveils a Painstakingly Restored Pair of Dorothy’s Famous Ruby Slippers From the ‘Wizard of Oz’

The repairs cost over $300,000 and took 200 hours to complete. The post The Smithsonian Unveils a Painstakingly Restored Pair of Dorothy’s Famous Ruby Slippers From the ‘Wizard of Oz’ ... Read More

Now on Blu-ray: The Good, The Great, & Gotti; EIGHTH GRADE, UNCLE DREW, SOLO, and GOTTI

Solo: A Star Wars Story, had a crazy production history, and the resulting film and its relative financial failure was enough to inspire LucasFilm to put a hold on any ... Read More

‘Please Print Out Many Copies’: Fierce Pussy Releases Poster Urging People to Vote

The work is available as a free download in two sizes on the collective's website. Read More The post ‘Please Print Out Many Copies’: Fierce Pussy Releases Poster Urging People ... Read More

Microsoft’s problem isn’t how often it updates Windows—it’s how it develops it

Enlarge / Windows 10 during a product launch event in Tokyo in July 2015.Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images reader comments 69 Share this story It's fair to say that the ... Read More

Habitech Architects imitates mountains with sewage works in Taiwan

A trio of dome-shaped structures enclose the Taoyuan Sewage Treatment Project in northern Taiwan, designed by Habitech Architects to resemble mountains, complete with a waterfall and fish pond. Taipei-based Habitech Architects designed ... Read More

Adobe’s new painting app Gemini lets creatives be “reckless” with art

Adobe’s latest piece of software enables designers, illustrators and artists to create lifelike oil and watercolour paintings on-screen using their stylus as a paintbrush, and also allows them to delete ... Read More

Magic Is Back in ‘The Magicians’ Season 4 Teaser Trailer

The first The Magicians Season 4 teaser trailer has been released online, giving us our first comprehensive look at the new season of the Syfy series. The show’s third season ... Read More

First Trailer for Sony’s ‘Escape Room’ Thriller Gives You All the Clues

The first trailer for Sony’s upcoming psychological thriller Escape Room is here and it’s … something! If you’re looking for the thrills, chills, and existential anxiety that comes with real-life ... Read More

NSFW Trailer for Showtime’s Comedy Series ‘Black Monday’ Goes Retro

Showtime has unveiled the official trailer for its new comedy series Black Monday, not coincidentally, on the 31st anniversary of the worst stock market crash in the history of Wall ... Read More

Trump Tower Is Suing the Estate of the Art Collector Who Died in the Building’s Fire Earlier This Year

Todd Brassner was a close friend of Andy Warhol's. The post Trump Tower Is Suing the Estate of the Art Collector Who Died in the Building’s Fire Earlier This Year ... Read More

This Is the Art Dealer Who Once Fired Van Gogh From His Only Stable Job

If Van Gogh had been able to keep a steady job, he might not have become a great artist. The post This Is the Art Dealer Who Once Fired Van ... Read More

Here Are 10 of the Most Exciting Artists to Discover at FIAC and Its Satellite Fairs in Paris

From Cai Lei's trompe l'oeil canvases to Zoë Paul's intricate beaded curtains, here's what you won't want to miss this week in Paris. The post Here Are 10 of the ... Read More

Would Dalí Have Worn a Man Bun? This Illustrator ‘Hipsterized’ the Biggest Names in Art History to Imagine What They’d Look Like Today

The Tel Aviv-based illustrator has given a modern-day spin to portraits of Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, and Andy Warhol. The post Would Dalí Have Worn ... Read More

Identity Thieves Scammed Sotheby’s Out of $5 Million, the FBI Says

The fraudsters allegedly used the identity of a wealthy Florida retiree to buy works by Mark Rothko and Ad Reinhardt. The post Identity Thieves Scammed Sotheby’s Out of $5 Million, ... Read More

From Banksy’s Conquest of Our Attention Spans to Donald Trump’s Dubious New Artwork: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this weeks news—fast. The post From Banksy’s Conquest of Our Attention Spans to Donald Trump’s Dubious New Artwork: The Best and Worst of the Art World This ... Read More

Review: I Spent AN EVENING WITH BEVERLY LUFF LINN So You Don’t Have To (Unless You Really Want To)

Three words: Not. Greasy. Enough. For those whom such brevity does not suffice (such as the Screen Anarchy editors), I'll elaborate. An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn represents the sophomore ... Read More

Review: I Spent AN EVENING WITH BEVERLY LUFF LINN So You Don’t Have To (Unless You Really Want To)

Three words: Not. Greasy. Enough. For those whom such brevity does not suffice (such as the Screen Anarchy editors), I'll elaborate. An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn represents the sophomore ... Read More

Vasari Diary: Barbara Pollack’s ‘Brand New Art from China,’ Tony Oursler’s Macarons, and Martin Gayford’s ‘Modernists and Mavericks’

The latest column tackles lesser-known British masters, experimental pastries, and quite a bit more. Read More The post Vasari Diary: Barbara Pollack’s ‘Brand New Art from China,’ Tony Oursler’s Macarons, ... Read More

Google to charge Android OEMs as much as $40 per phone in EU

Google's Building 44, where Android is developed.Ron Amadeo reader comments 32 Share this story We're still seeing the fallout from the European Commission's $5 billion antitrust fine against Google. Earlier ... Read More

Chengdu plans to launch artificial moon to replace its street lights

The Chinese city of Chengdu is planning to launch an illumination satellite disguised as an artificial moon within the next two years, as a replacement for its street lights. The satellite ... Read More
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