Mathematical concepts can be very useful for us to generate beauty.
Bet you’ve never seen anything like them.
Inserting feelings into Artificial Intelligence music — the future is kinda happening already.
An artist and naturalist, a woman who braved a wild continent and tropical diseases for her passion and left behind remarkable works.
Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa has started a new project where he monitored everything he ate during a year and made a work of art out of it.
“A laugh star floating in space, above all our heads, is my attempt to create a contemporary metaphor for the hanging ‘Sword of Damocles,’ a reminder that the beauty of human life is so fragile.”
The story of how a 12-year-old boy from Vienna snuck out the Sistine Chapel’s biggest guarded secret by genius alone.
Art and science go hand in hand.
Your brain is hardwired to like some rhythms more than others, neuroscientists report.
An artsy calendar that makes you stop and think about how you spend your time — with a bit of help from science.
At the age of 7, surrealist genius Salvador Dali wanted to become a chef. It’s a good thing he didn’t.
Bulgarian artist Christo Guelov turned boring pedestrian crossings into works of art.
From trash to art.
Mathematics is a very powerful tool to create beautiful works of art.
The end result is a perfect example of what can happen when art meets science.
We’ve talked about 3D printing being useful in fields like engineering or medicine, but in the right hands it can create amazing pieces of art and bring back to life creatures gone for hundreds of millions of years.
Not only does it look gorgeous, but it also has many remarkable properties that could transform the way artists work.
There were some pretty epic works of art made throughout the Middle Ages and especially the Renaissance. But these elephants are not among them.
Fulfilling the job that scientists and unlucky undergrads have been doing for years, the kinetic machine Jller selects and sorts pebbles found on a 6 1/2 x 13 foot platform into a grid organized by geologic age. Without any assistance, the machine analyzes rocks based on their shape and sizes, understand their correct placement and transports them to the right place on
The theremin is a unique musical instrument which involves two antennas and which you can play with your bare hands, without touching anything. We’ll talk about its history, the working principle and how you can play/build your own.