The world is reopening, and that means many people are planning their next big getaway. If you are interested in traveling to Ontario, Canada, consider booking a visit to the soon-to-be-built, one-of-a-kind “Arcana” mirrored cabins.
Are you getting ready to travel through Texas? Do you want to have a unique, memorable vacation? No matter what part of Texas you’re visiting, there’s a fun and quirky place to call your home base.
London is full of elephants! Herds of massive, life-size elephant statues have recently been set up in locations throughout the city, including Green Park, St James’s Park, and Berkeley Square. This new art installation is a collaborative project carried out by CoExistence and Elephant Family, two non-profit organizations.
Are you getting ready to take a trip to Greece? Do you want to step off the beaten path and explore some of the country’s insanely beautiful lesser-known islands? If so, a trip to the Sporades Islands is definitely in order.
At the age of 86, one of England’s leading social commentator painters holds his first retrospective to mark a museum’s re-opening. His figurative work is rich and diverse in topic and technique.
If you’re traveling to Russia anytime soon, a trip to Café Bw is a must. This cartoon-inspired café is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee, take in a fun and whimsical atmosphere, and snap some one-of-a-kind pictures for Instagram, of course.
The iconic American highway Route 66 would’ve faded into a distant memory of a bygone era, were it not for the excellent work of Angel Delgadillo.
Director Jordan Blady’s newest project explores the beauty of poetry through another artistic medium: film. This short fashion film, titled “Somebody,” was created in collaboration with 22-year old Czech literary poet and model Bad’a Diaby.
When most people think about waste reduction, they think about recycling paper products or composting food scraps. What about electronic waste, though?
A new group art exhibition is on display at Qualia Contemporary Art in Palo Alto, California. The show, titled “Resonance,” was curated by Xiaoze Xie and includes works by four contemporary artists: Guillermo Galindo, HU Xiangcheng, Paul DeMarinis, and Terry Berlier.