Along with 28 other eccentrics, the brooding songsmith’s have written what we can only assume will be the world’s bleakest children’s book.
Scottish artist Charles Young set himself a challenge to build a tiny paper model every day for year. Six hundred paper houses later and he shows no sign of stopping.
Tired of jabbering idiots ruining your favourite gigs? The Hush concert series requires the audience to stay pin-drop silent. Problem solved.
Cor blimey: the British Film Festival starts this week – and we have some tickets to give away.
Forget street art: Brisbane painter Fintan Magee is bringing his giant murals to the silos of rural Australia.
Join Special Agent Cooper in the Black Lodge – and other vaguely haunting locations – with these tiny Twin Peaks dioramas.
Melbourne artist Brooke Penrose has set himself a challenge: to draw a monster a day until he runs out of either ink or steam. May his pen and his adrenalin flow freely.
You don’t get to walk on most artworks. Mosaics are different. Photographer Sebastian Erras gives some of the more eye-popping ones their dues.
In 1973, Salvador Dalí took Surrealism to the kitchen with this little-read cookbook. Copies have always been hard to come by, but now you can finally get your mitts on one, thanks to this reissue.
You need to use your eyes to appreciate most paintings. This project is changing that – by using 3D printers to turn paintings into touchable sculptures.
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