Italian photographer Claudia Cuomo is making sure instant photography sticks around in the digital age.
Living in Cuba, Rose Marie Cromwell encountered the strange, the surreal, and the spiritual. With her photos, she wove it into a story full of surprises.
Amanda Feilding once drilled a hole in her skull to broaden her consciousness. Today, she is a leading advocate for the use of psychedelics to cure mental illnesses. She told us why LSD is not a party drug but should be considered taking in a museum.
Ukrainian painter Kazimir Malevich considered the art of painting shackled by natural forms and colors. In 1918, he wrote down why it needed to be set free – a manifest equally fascinating and crazy.
This is how you turn music into color.
Why looking at the past in color is such an uncanny experience.