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Making of the October Cover

Making of the October Cover

Our graphic designer talks about the making of the October Cover.

Artist Creates Incredible Photo-Realistic Pencil Drawings

Artist Creates Incredible Photo-Realistic Pencil Drawings

This young artist has only been drawing for three years - but wields a pencil with the skill of an accomplished craftsman. Marcel Kiss, from Male Trakany in eastern Slovakia, has been wowing his hometown with his mind-blowingly photorealistic pencil portraits of Hollywood actors.

A Poodle That Paints

A Poodle That Paints

Polo a poodle living in Kentucky can paint.

Renderer Clark Smith Sticks to Traditional Media

Renderer Clark Smith Sticks to Traditional Media

Rather than digital rendering, Clark Smith uses watercolor paints and pencils to create illustrations of high-end homes. His renderings can take up to 40 hours to complete and range from $3,000-$6,000. Photo: Julie Bidwell for The Wall Street Journal

Shantell Martin: Following Her Pen

Shantell Martin: Following Her Pen

Shantell Martin, an artist known for her stream-of-consciousness drawings, moved to New York from Tokyo five years ago. She draws on people, on airplanes, and on clothing; her whimsical white button-downs are not (yet) for sale.

Art Spiegelman Tours His Retrospective

Art Spiegelman Tours His Retrospective

The cartoonist Art Spiegelman gives a tour of his retrospective at the Jewish Museum.

At Home with Roz Chast

At Home with Roz Chast

Roz Chast published her first cartoon in The New Yorker in 1978. On a recent morning, we rode the train to Connecticut and stepped inside her colorful and cartoon-filled home to talk about her parrots, obsessions, collections, and cartoons.

Landscape with Charon Crossing The River Styx

Landscape with Charon Crossing The River Styx

Much of art history and art education has been devoted to discovering meaning in historical works of art. Holly will discuss an alternative critical path, wherein scholars need not always talk about what an artwork represents as much as what it presents. Works of art are about something far more magical, mysterious, and poetic than the transmittal of subject matter.

Henna Heads: Hair Loss Sufferers Get Beautiful Head Crowns

Henna Heads: Hair Loss Sufferers Get Beautiful Head Crowns

Women who have suffered hair loss are being given beautiful henna crowns to help overcome their confidence issues. The practice was started by Toronto based photographer Frances Darwin and has since been adopted by more than 150 artists worldwide.

Naked Contortionist Models Transformed Into Animals By Body Paint

Naked Contortionist Models Transformed Into Animals By Body Paint

A contortionist is transformed into a human tarantula. The super-sized spider is the handiwork of body painter Emma Fay, who used water-based paints to turn the flexible model into a giant arachnid. Fay's other realistic animal transformations include a stunning seahorse and a giraffe.

Art of VIBE: Pete McKee Animates London

Art of VIBE: Pete McKee Animates London

Pete McKee takes his animated art to the streets of London for a wall in partnership with VIBE and Global Street Art. The Sheffield-based artist has a long history of putting an animated spin on his artwork. His comic strip-like paintings feature subjects ranging from musicians like the Beatles and David Bowie to animals and soccer fans. Here, McKee paints a portrait of his beloved canine Frank.

Sketching Superman’s Power

Sketching Superman’s Power

The illustrator John Romita Jr., a decades-long veteran of Marvel Comics is now making his DC Comics debut. His first assignment: drawing Superman.

Abandoned Masterpiece: Raphael's Great Disappointment

Abandoned Masterpiece: Raphael's Great  Disappointment

The Frick Collection - During the early sixteenth century, rulers and courtiers all across northern Italy commissioned portraits that not only captured their appearance but also subtly alluded to their status and accomplishments. By examining such portraits-in particular, those of the most fastidious of all patrons, Isabella d'Este-this lecture will place Parmigianino's enigmatic Schiava Turca (the subject of the special exhibition).

Art of VIBE: Michalopoulos Channels New Orleans & Music In His Art

Art of VIBE: Michalopoulos Channels New Orleans & Music In His Art

James Michalopoulos is perhaps one of New Orleans' best known artists. His art -- modern impressionism painting and post-modern sculptures -- captures the movement, energy and liberty of NOLA. From his paintings of NOLA's creole cottages that he started doing in Jackson Square some 30 years ago to his playful sculptures, Michalopoulos shares his art insight in this special NOLA edition of Art of VIBE.

11-Year-Old To Credit For Gorgeous Animated Google Doodle

11-Year-Old To Credit For Gorgeous Animated Google Doodle

The illustration on Google's homepage on Monday may look pretty whimsical, but it's spotlighting a very serious issue: clean water. Not bad for an 11-year-old from Long Island.

Who Is the Woman Behind Parmigianino's 'Schiava Turca'?

Who Is the Woman Behind Parmigianino's 'Schiava Turca'?

Parmigianino's exquisite Schiava Turca (Turkish slave) is shrouded in mystery. Who is this woman whose elaborate, almost theatrical, costume inspired an early eighteenth-century writer to give the Renaissance beauty her fantastical name?

Secrets Behind Velázquez's 'Las Meninas'

Secrets Behind Velázquez's 'Las Meninas'

In the belief that personal circumstances play an important part in shaping the work of art historians, Jonathan Brown reflects on his career as a specialist in Hispanic art. He will also take a fresh look at Las Meninas (Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid), discussing how it was understood by Velázquez's contemporaries at the court of Philip IV.

'Antiques Roadshow' Gets A Big Banksy Surprise

'Antiques Roadshow' Gets A Big Banksy Surprise

A Banksy work with a complex past recently surfaced on beloved television series "Antiques Roadshow," ArtNet reported.

Art of VIBE: Apex On Being Saved By Street Art

Art of VIBE: Apex On Being Saved By Street Art

In college, San Francisco-based artist Apex dove into shallow water, broke his neck and was never suppose to walk again. It was art that got him back on his feet. Today the street artist, known for his intricate superburners and their more formal mono-chromatic offspring, isn't afraid to push the envelope using everything from jeans to the ol' concrete wall as a surface. "My true being paints," says Apex.

The Making Of Michael Jackson's 'Xscape' Album | VIBE Digital Cover

The Making Of Michael Jackson's 'Xscape' Album | VIBE Digital Cover

Michael Jackson's posthumous Xscape album is truly a treat. Out tomorrow (May 13), the nostalgic-yet-modern LP unites the likes of Timbaland, Stargate, Rodney Jerkins and Justin Timberlake to update unreleased tracks from the MJ archives. To celebrate the release, VIBE unearths an art piece commissioned to Mr. Brainwash for the album cover—one that was ultimately not chosen for the final project—and rounds up the album collaborators for an in-depth making-of piece. Remember the times with us.

Mr. Brainwash On The Lost Artwork From Michael Jackson's 'Xscape' Cover

Mr. Brainwash On The Lost Artwork From Michael Jackson's 'Xscape' Cover

Michael Jackson is the definition of iconic. So depicting the King of Pop on his stellar second posthumous LP, Xscape, was a task reserved for the heavyweights. Legendary visual artist Mr. Brainwash answered the call, and while his painting/stenciled portrayal was not chosen as the final album artwork, it's now revived as VIBE's digital cover, celebrating Michael's everlasting music. In the above clip, Mr. Brainwash talks creating the Michael Jackson piece, and reflects on memories with MJ.

Lost Vincent Van Gogh Painting Discovered In Safe Deposit Box

Lost Vincent Van Gogh Painting Discovered In Safe Deposit Box

A painting by Van Gogh that went missing 40 years ago might’ve finally been found.

Dramatic Result for Classic Painting's Restoration

Dramatic Result for Classic Painting's Restoration

Gustave Caillebotte's famous painting "Paris Street; Rainy Day" was recently restored by the Art Institute of Chicago. The restoration's dramatic results are chronicled in this video produced by the Art Institute of Chicago.

Art of VIBE: Street Artist Ders Adds Color To Shoreditch

Art of VIBE: Street Artist Ders Adds Color To Shoreditch

London-based street artist Ders is known for mixing bright colors and his smooth lines with his unique tags. A founding member of the highly regarded RT ("RepresenT") crew, Ders is usually one part of much larger scale walls that he does with his mates Vibes and Towns. Here, Ders hits a shutter alone in East London and flips his signature to SRED for a wall in conjunction with Global Street Art.

Banksy's Back!

Banksy's Back!

We haven't heard much from Banksy since he ended his month-long residency in New York City, painting the town red -- sometimes literally -- with his signature street artworks. But two new pieces in England seem to signal that the cheeky graffiti icon is back in action, adorning English walls with scenes of sinister surveillance and technology-obsessed lovers.

Art of VIBE: Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada Scales Down For London Wall

Art of VIBE: Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada Scales Down For London Wall

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada is known for his larger than life canvases, often preferring acres of land for his charcoal portraits best viewed on Google Earth. The Cuban-American contemporary artist scaled down for his latest wall in London, where he painted a mural of a local resident, one of his trademarks, for street art aficionados Global Street Art. Check out footage from the first Art of VIBE and Global Street Art collaboration.

Shantell Martin Draws on Cosmo's CJ

Shantell Martin Draws on Cosmo's CJ

Artist Shantell Martin stops by Cosmo to show us her art and draw on CJ and Charles.

Art of VIBE: Rene Turrek's Clean Lines Defined By His German Roots

Art of VIBE: Rene Turrek's Clean Lines Defined By His German Roots

German-born Rene Turrek was tagging up a wall in Miami's Wynwood Wall district with his street name WEST when VIBE ran into him. Turrek explains his neat process and the two sides to his artwork. "I got no picture. I got no sketch. If I do a photo realistic picture, I do it out of my brain, so I see you, save it in my brain and I start it."

Art of VIBE: Chor Boogie & His Street Romantic Voodoo Modern Hieroglyphics

Art of VIBE: Chor Boogie & His Street Romantic Voodoo Modern Hieroglyphics

Chor Boogie has been painting walls since he can remember, but he doesn't call it art or street art. "It's Street Romantic Voodoo Modern Hieroglyphics," says the Cali native. VIBE caught up with Chor Boogi while he was painting a wall titled "Tiger Blood" in the middle of Miami's Wynwood Walls district.

Artwork Stolen From Cuban Museum Worth $1.5 Million

Artwork Stolen From Cuban Museum Worth $1.5 Million

An art dealer in Miami helped a Cuban museum discover about 70 pieces of artwork, worth $1.5 million, had been stolen.

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