This morning, Stan Lee, the grand old man who created countless universes, left us. However, to dorks like me, his work will forever remain, and thusly, he shall too.
Over in Canada, patients are treated with a heavy dose of free art. Considering the true value of the form against our everyday ailments, more of it, I say.
You might not know my name, but you might understand my struggle. I’ve donated my life to writing, and don’t think I regret it every day. That doesn’t mean I’ll quit.
After one AI-created artwork sold well above the original estimation at auction, the art world believed that this “children’s painting” was nothing more than a blatant rip-off.
As Australians enter a discussion about advertising space on the Opera House, it is Banksy that has already spoken on the issue.
We asked author, editor, journalist and friendly neighbourhood spider-dude Robert Whyte to tell us about some of the books that inspired him to become a writer.
We might have recently lost Mirka Mora, but to me, she is inexorably linked to the past, and the memories of home that never waver.
In times of short attention, art seems to be a passe institution. However, the more things change, the more we should covet the methods of the old masters.
In the past, as I’ve been prone to overindulging on photo-apps. But I’ve reformed my ways. Really. A bit. Sort of. Can you just stand in the light a bit better, please?
I have a morning ritual. Get up, look out the window. My cat has the same routine. For reasons unknown to either of us, I started documenting it.
After a recent wave of images that look like the renaissance went viral, I’m wondering if it is actually art, or we’re just framing that way.
Banjo Patterson’s classic Australia poem retells the tribulations of an impossible pursuit. So, I wrote the millennial version of it.
The name Hercules is famous the world over. He’s been a cartoon, an adhesive pitchman a punchline to an Eddie Murphy joke. But what did he actually do? Well…
‘Blood, Sweat & Vinyl’ is a weekly introspective dip into the bubbling cesspool that music forgot. BYO gumboots.
Almost 60 years ago, Lady Chatterley’s lover brought sex and lust into the courtroom and changed the way we thought about censoring literature.
A new play is the setting for a revisionist take on God’s wrath, as he descends to Earth with a brand new set of commandments.
In an age where we overanalyse art (and those who created it) to death, poetry is a singular force. It is what it is and forever has value because of it.
A circadian novel is one that follows their characters over a 24-hour period. It’s tough to produce, but when done correctly, the results are spectacular.
Abstract art is a wonderful form, beset by confusion. Sure, it looks good and all, but what exactly are we looking at? We tasked Anne Spencer to fill in the mental gaps.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.
Stop-motion filmmaking is an ornate, highly skilled medium that is fast being consigned to history’s bin. It’s best we pay homage to the true masters.