Here are ten of the best documentaries that are not only excellent, but challenging to watch at times. Are you ready to change how you see the world?
You may think the British get very excited by a royal birth. But things are actually a lot more practical than that.
We love books, we love art, and we love a radical gesture, so literary graffiti? We could not be more psyched about that! Here are ten killer examples.
Ireland’s got culture sewn right up. But while we’re all aware that it’s a popular filming location, and that it’s got a few stellar acting exports (Colin Farrell, for better or worse, or Game of Thrones’ Aiden Gillen), the names of the country’s rising directorial talents aren’t quite as recognizable – yet, that is
Thomas Jefferson famously said, "I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past." Well, now thanks to Luke Robson, a British 20 year old digital collage artist, we can get the best of both worlds. Luke has mixed the past with a trippy vision of the future by going crazy with old pics.
The third photo in our series on music’s most iconic photographs epitomizes the rock star legend lifestyle. Hardly surprising when you discover that it features, Led Zeppelin, a group Danny Goldberg, vice president of the group's Swan Song label said weren't famous by accident, but "liked being the biggest band in the world". So, who was the lensman who caught this iconic moment on film?
You’re probably familiar with the stereotype of the lonesome and reclusive author that hides from society while penning poignant works of genius–and...
Enjoy history? Get a kick out of science fiction? If so, then you’ll love the digital artwork by Jakub Rozalski, a concept artist and illustrator...