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We unbox the $200 “power armor” Fallout ’76 version so you don’t have to

reader comments 11 Share this story Big helmet, bigger box. Sam Machkovech Though this is the "power armor" edition, it does not include matching body armor. That version might cost ... Read More

Dezeen’s Christmas gift guide 2018: architects and designers

On the hunt for the ideal Christmas present? We've picked out 15 gifts for architects and designers, including a pair of midnight-blue watches, a brutalist architecture calendar and a book ... Read More

Home Futures exhibition asks: did past generations correctly predict how we live today? 

"Living with less", "living with others" and "living on the move" are some of the themes in the new show at the Design Museum delving into future visions of the ... Read More

First ‘Toy Story 4’ Teaser Trailer, Poster, and Synopsis Reveal Plot Details

Disney has released the first Toy Story 4 teaser trailer and poster, offering a first look at the highly anticipated and long-in-the-works sequel. The follow-up continues the beloved Pixar franchise ... Read More

First ‘POKÉMON Detective Pikachu’ Trailer Reveals the Adorable Live-Action Film

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for POKÉMON Detective Pikachu, and it looks adorable. Directed by Rob Letterman (Goosebumps), this marks the first-ever live-action Pokémon movie and stars Ryan ... Read More

The Gray Market: Why Christie’s Is Selling an $80 Million Hockney Painting With No Reserve or Guarantee (and Other Insights)

The consignor of what could become the most expensive work by a living artist is taking a considerable risk. The post The Gray Market: Why Christie’s Is Selling an $80 ... Read More

Art Industry News: Deadly Malibu Fire Destroys Paramount Ranch and Imperils Other Cultural Sites + Other Stories

Plus, Steve McQueen's new project is called out for resembling another artist's work and Jerry Saltz interviews his old friend Willem Dafoe. The post Art Industry News: Deadly Malibu Fire ... Read More

Comedian Nore Davis Enlisted 11 Visual Artists and a Gallery to Launch His New Album During New York’s Comedy Festival

The comedian studied at Pratt, Brooklyn's art and design school, before his stand up career. The post Comedian Nore Davis Enlisted 11 Visual Artists and a Gallery to Launch His ... Read More

An Israeli Collector Accuses Banksy of Spreading ‘Antisemitic Propaganda’

The philanthropist Batia Ofer has decried a satirical pro-Palestine poster that the artist is giving out in London. The post An Israeli Collector Accuses Banksy of Spreading ‘Antisemitic Propaganda’ appeared ... Read More

Bill Cosby Is Unloading Works From His Art Collection, Including Two Major Thomas Hart Benton Paintings

The paintings could be worth a combined $14 million. The post Bill Cosby Is Unloading Works From His Art Collection, Including Two Major Thomas Hart Benton Paintings appeared first on ... Read More

RIP and Excelsior, Stan Lee

You will spend the rest of your life bumping into things that are in the world because of Stan Lee. The obvious: Spider-Man, The Avengers, Black Panther, Thor (kind of), Captain ... Read More

Sam Pulitzer at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Rome

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Sam Pulitzer at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Rome appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Legendary Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee has died

reader comments 35 Share this story Stan Lee: comic book writer, editor, publisher, media producer, television host, actor, president and chairman of Marvel Comics. Evan Hurd/Sygma/Corbis via Getty Images Just ... Read More

Blackened wood cabins form minimal Quebec chalet by Naturehumaine

This Quebec holiday home by Canadian architecture studio Naturehumaine comprises two blackened wood cabins, which are intended to look like they are "sliding over the cliff" below. The pair of buildings ... Read More

Azerbaijan takes on new country branding to entice more visitors

The country, which is located across the Asia-Europe boundary, has a new identity designed by Landor that aims to attract more tourists to discover its “untold stories and secrets”, from ... Read More

Review: LUCIFERINA (2018), an atmospheric and consistently unnerving horror picture full of sexual imagery

There’s nothing more tired than a horror movie centred around an exorcism, or demonic possessions in general. After more than forty years of copycats and generally unoriginal fare, I’ve come ... Read More

Sondra Perry Wins 2018 Nam June Paik Award

The prize comes with €25,000. Read More The post Sondra Perry Wins 2018 Nam June Paik Award appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

The sounds of a Martian sunrise inspire short musical composition

Enlarge / The sonification process involved assigning specific pitches and melodies to such characteristics in the data as brightness, color, and the elevation of the terrain.YouTube/NASA reader comments 1 Share ... Read More

Corrugated metal bar runs through Juice cafe-cum-barbershop in Toronto

This black and white space in Toronto by local firm StudioAC offers coffee in the front and haircuts in the back. Juice barbershop and cafe is located in the city's ... Read More

Big Issue redesign: “It’s not just about the homeless – it’s also about culture”

The weekly publication given out by street vendors in cities all over the world has a new design that looks to showcase all the magazine has to offer, while still ... Read More

From the Art World’s Biggest Power Players to Jeff Koons’s Embarrassing Day in Court: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From the Art World’s Biggest Power Players to Jeff Koons’s Embarrassing Day in Court: The Best and Worst of the Art World ... Read More

From the Art World’s Biggest Power Players to Jeff Koons’s Embarrassing Day in Court: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From the Art World’s Biggest Power Players to Jeff Koons’s Embarrassing Day in Court: The Best and Worst of the Art World ... Read More

Blu-ray Review: SINGLE WHITE FEMALE Remains Creepy

The early Nineties were the era of the psycho thriller, particularly those of the sexually charged variety. One of the most well-known films of that genre was Single White Female, directed ... Read More

Riccardo Paratore at Édouard Montassut, Paris

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Riccardo Paratore at Édouard Montassut, Paris appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

How bicycles have changed in the last 25 years

Enlarge / A bike of roughly the same vintage as the author's. reader comments 60 Share this story We tend to think of technology as something that moves electrons around ... Read More

Sarah Ward references 1920s Shanghai at Two Penny Chinese

Canadian studio Sarah Ward Interiors looked to China's art-deco era for the colours and motifs at this dim sum restaurant and basement cocktail bar in Calgary. The local firm was ... Read More

Chocolatier Cocoa Jones reveals culturally diverse branding

The packaging and identity of the new luxury chocolate brand features a mix of colourful patterns to represent the Pakistani and Nigerian heritage of its two founders. The post Chocolatier ... Read More
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