Self-taught artist Matthew Dix spends his spare time designing old-fashioned covers for modern films – and even dubs them back onto VHS. Naturally, we tracked him down to ask why.
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.
The Fight Club author proves colouring-in books don’t have to be twee. Or even pleasant.
When is a house not a home? When it’s one of Gao Rong’s life-sized embroidered sculptures.
In Italy, an artist is converting manholes into teeny tiny rooms to raise awareness of homelessness.
Art and sport don’t always play nice, but the strange pastime of ‘Strava art’ – where runners and cyclists create images on maps – is a clear exception.
Sometimes the best art is hidden in plain sight. Like the mesmerising craft behind painting mundane road signs.
Canadian artist Guy Laramée turns decaying books into eye-catching landscapes.
They don’t look bad, either.
Want to adorn your walls with some handsome cetacea? Grab a copy of Smith Journal volume 27, on sale now, and these hand-drawn sea mammals will be all yours.
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