Maxfield Parrish was born on this day in 1870. This is 'The Lantern Bearers', 1908.
Check out this double rainbow captured over Chicago last week by Mike Eisenberg.
Check out this photo of the Rolling Stones in Hyde Park, June, 1969 as they announce their free concert in the park.
Edward Hopper was born on this day in 1882! This is his 'Chop Suey', 1929.
Jerry Ferguson's photograph of a rainstorm over Phoenix looks strikingly similar to a mushroom cloud.
We love Gustave Caillebotte's 'Skiffs on the Yerres', 1877.
Konsta Punkka photographs candid moments with forest creatures.
Check out this unusual paper flower concept by Kate Alarcón.
Check out this #origami
bird light by Umut Yamac.
Edgar Degas was born on this day in 1834! This is 'Ballet School', 1873.
Frank Gonzales paints birds against vibrant backdrops
Artist Baku Maeda creates interesting interventions.
Check out Eric Roux-Fountaine‘s artworks which capture worlds just slightly outside of our known reality.
Check out the cover of The Rolling Stones Singles collection, with artwork from the cover of It’s Only Rock’n’Roll.
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was born on this day in 1606! This is 'Diana Bathing', 1634.
52 stories above Tokyo, an exhibition celebrates a 30-yr retrospective of Studio Ghibli, Japanese animation studio.
Gustav Klimt was born on this day in 1862! This is 'The Sunflower', 1907.
French artist Juliette Clovis produces porcelain sculptures that merge nature, history, & myth with the female form.
Mikko Lagerstedt captures Finnish & Icelandic landscapes with multiple exposure photographs.
French street artist Astro creates murals with optical illusions.
Amedeo Modigliani was born on this day in 1884! This is his 'Portrait of a Woman', 1915.
James R. Eads creates swirling psychedelic illustrations.
Kiev-based glass artist Nikita Drachuk of Glass Symphony hand-makes miniature creatures.
Camille Pissarro was born on this day in 1830. This is 'Shepherd and Sheep', 1888.
Jerry Schatzberg shot this cover for the Rolling Stones' 'Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow?
Ecuador Airlines Pilot Santiago Borja captured this amazing thunderstorm at 37,000 ft. over the Pacific Ocean.
Check out this photograph by Yu Hashimoto of fireflies from Japan’s 2016 summer
Marc Chagall was born on this day in 1887! This is 'The Blue Fiddler', 1947.
Digital artist David McLeod creates renderings of moving particles trapped within invisible spheres or cubes.
An illustrator who goes by the name Sparrows has been sharing a series of imaginative GIFs via Tumblr.
Sui Park creates organic-looking creatures from plastic cable ties.
Happy Birthday Chuck Close! This is 'Self-Portrait Woodcut', 2009.
Towering murals by NEVERCREW confront environmental issues.
Reddit user melonshade blurs backgrounds of van Gogh paintings, bringing a new perspective to the century-old images
Check out the album artwork for Dirty Work featuring the Rolling Stones photographed by Annie Leibovitz. #Stonesism
'The richness I achieve comes from Nature, the source of my inspiration.' - Claude Monet
Netherlands-based artist Marinus isolates key segments of nature films & uses the footage to create GIFs.
Artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė embroiders floral elements directly on antique soldiers’ helmets.
Shinji Nakaba carefully carves tiny pearls into miniature skulls.
Pejac has installed gravity-defying shoes on the streets of London
Collectively titled Zobop, Jim Lambie's vinyl tape installations mark off floors & stairs with colourful patterns.
Sir Peter Paul Rubens was born on this day in 1577. This is 'Head of Medusa', 1618.
Markus Linnenbrink has covered a Miami building façade in a massive drippy mural.
We love 'Woman With A Bouquet', 1910, by Marc Chagall.
Christo's 'Floating Piers' are now open to the public in Lake Iseo, Italy.
Kevin Peterson's artworks pair humans and animals as urban explorers.
Artist Jean Metzinger was born on this day in 1883! This is 'Landscape (Couchée De Soleil No. 1)', 1906.
Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk created this 6-foot tall sculpture titled 'Rain'.
'Art is the path to being spiritual.' - Piet Mondrian