The “Support Black Designers” mural at the University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty contributes to a larger discourse on equality.
As we all become more aware of the degrading impact we have on our home planet, more artists are stepping up to talk about it.
Scotland’s capital city has romantic appeal, defined by its gothic architecture and a skyline littered with spires that have inspired reams of poetry.
For some reason I can’t precisely define, photographs of windows are evocative—sometimes calming, sometimes unsettling—but nearly always intriguing.
This portrait, translated from an old photograph into a painting by Varla Bishop, shows us an image of happiness in spite of poverty.