A skull formed by seven nude women is an optical illusion by Salvador Dali, who first made a gouache painting of it...
Sci-Fi and Fantasy are great film genres for experimentation, especially when it comes to new frontiers for visual effects...
If you’re not a traditionalist at heart, then we have some alternative films to put on during a cold December night.
Since we like giving back to readers. We are offering a Wacom Pad with a Digital Stylus.
Artist Kevin Corrado dips his hand in blue paint and places it in front of a sea backdrop to create an interesting visual effect.
2014 should be a strong year for the horror genre, with old masters and new blood set to release a whole range of intriguing films
You won’t see a GQ magazine cover designed by Michelangelo. Or the Time layout by Leonardo.
2013 is coming to an end. And with that comes the dawn of a new year and new artists to look out for.
In recent years, it has been noticeable a new wave of tattoo artists that are connected to fine art enthusiasts and students.
A great majority of movie posters are uninspiring. You know it’s true. However, a few lucky ones break away...
Tackling Andy Warhol is like tackling the Bible. Both remain eternally open to interpretation...
Time to look back on this year’s highlights, focusing on films that really went the extra mile in terms of visual panache.
Including the work of Machlev and CHäN, tattooers who have different art styles but a natural ability to make animated tattoos.
It’s always inspiring when you find out your favourite musician also moonlights as a fine artist, exhibiting in galleries.
We have interviewed Gianni Sarcone about his optical illusion art.
Bass threw out the whole history of one-sheet design. His approach centered on symbolizing a film, boiling it down into a basic...
Photography and film are both artistic mediums that are bound by the camera, one captures moving imagery, the other still.
At this time of year with Halloween fever in full swing, it’s the perfect opportunity to study colour in horror movies.
Once upon a time the music industry packaged recordings in plain, brown wrappers, just like pornography.
Pablo Picasso never made David Letterman’s “Top Ten List.” Or Box Office Mojo. Or even the FBI’s most wanted list. Yet he’s famous