Paris-born Damien Gosset photographs the concrete-based architecture of his home city. And it's wonderful.
Étienne Léopold Trouvelot’s pencil and pastel drawings of celestial objects and phenomena were good enough to attract the admiration of the Harvard Observatory, which offered him a job in 1872.
"I travel a lot," says Chandler O'Leary. "I carry a sketchbook wherever I go. The most exciting thing for me is discovering what’s beyond the next bend in the road."
These photographs of interiors were acquired by vernacular collector Robert E. Jackson. Looking at them makes us wonder what the decor reveals about the owners' interior lives.
The Cubies' ABC is a terrific collection of drawings by husband wife team The Cubies ABC , Earl Harvey Lyall , Mary Mills Lyall (verse).
The Allegory of Good and Bad Government is 'one of the most revolutionary painting cycles of the 14th century'...
Jim Jocoy's intimate polaroids and prints (1977 - 1980) take us back to the days of West Coast punk.
In November, 1940, Jack Delano took these pictures of a rainy day in Norwich, Connecticut for the Farm Security Administration.
Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi was banned after only two performances (one of which was the dress rehearsal). It really was that good.
One YouTuber has gone through the entire first series and parts of seasons 2 and 3, stripped out as much of the dialogue as possible “pieced back together into complete form” and produced a long-play recording that sounds great.