Artist Lainey Molnar continues to capture what it is like to be a modern woman in her ongoing series of comics. Initially sparked by the first COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020, her creative practice has blossomed online, with hundreds of thousands of people from around the world following her highly popular Instagram account. The success of her digital comics can be attributed to their honesty, understanding, and underlying messages of empowerment to all women.
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Artist Frida Kahlo is famous for her creative self-portraits and dramatic eyebrows.
Nearly 800 images were submitted to the Olympus Image of the Year Award 2021.
Victor Hugo's tragic yet beautifully spun story Les Misérables is considered to be one of the greatest novels in literature. However, this complex tale is equally beloved for its musical version—lovingly known as Les Mis—which has been running in London since 1985. While there are many standout songs in the adaptation's lineup, “Empty Chairs at Empty Tables” might be the most emotional.
There’s the old internet adage, “don’t feed the trolls,” and that is generally great advice.
If you’re a Swiftie, there was no better time to graduate from NYU than in 2022.
The U.S. national women’s soccer team has scored a major win for equal pay. In an agreement announced on May 18, 2022, the U.S. Men’s National Team and the U.S. Women’s National Team (USMNT and USWNT, respectively) will be paid the same. The new collective bargaining agreement also includes the “equalization of World Cup prize money” so that both men’s and women’s programs will be awarded the same.
Imagine finding an opening in the landscape and rappelling down more than 600 feet to see a thriving forest with...
The future is looking pretty bright for Otis College of Art and Design’s graduating class of 2022.
As a little girl, Brittany Davis of Bedford, Texas, dreamed of someday owning a Great Dane. Now, as an adult, she is the loving owner of the record-holding Zeus, who was just confirmed to be the world's tallest living dog (male) by Guinness World Records. The 2-year-old gentle giant stands 3 feet 5.18 inches (1.046 meters) from foot to withers. Zeus joined the Davis family when Brittany's brother, Garrett, gifted her the 8-week-old pup.
Photo of a Delivery Robot “Lost in the Woods” Is Sparking the Imagination of People Around the World
When we think of robots, we usually place them in urban areas and modern cityscapes—not the middle of the woods.
Artist Jon Foreman creates awe-inspiring work from the nature that surrounds him.