"When I started tinkering with technology, I saw what I could do and thought about what would make me the happiest," the artist told Newsweek.
Drugs took everything from me. Addiction is like having a twin whose one goal is to kill you.
"It soaks up all the negative energy," one user said.
The 12-foot-tall puppet symbolizes the journey of millions of displaced migrants around the world and will be in New York until October 2.
Peter Seaton told Newsweek that "it was art. It's not a diagram. It's metaphoric and it's about love."
David Popa creates the giant portraits by swimming out to sea in the freezing water and using charcoal and soil in a spray can.
Peter Seaton's street art was hit with a huge backlash when critics claimed it portrayed the soldiers as equals, rather than aggressor and victim.
The Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organizations [AFUO] told Newsweek it was "disgusted" with the image of Russian and Ukrainian troops hugging.
She has deemed her new collection "An Overrated Place" and encourages customers to "order now for guaranteed disappointment."
"I've been toying with going back to school for my dream career...being an art teacher. I just don't know now if I can do that," one commenter said.
"The Eye of The Serpent" features a caricature of Hitler with a snake twisted around his face and a cigar pipe sticking out of his mouth.
"Blue-Eyed Cool" features the works of six top celebrity photographers who captured Newman from different perspectives.
"Maybe book your daughter some counseling that's some pretty evil s**t," one user commented.
We Cambodians are the ones who must decide which objects can be shared outside Cambodia. After all, they have belonged to us for centuries.
James Colomina, a French artist who installed a sculpture of Putin in Central Park, has explained what he meant with the art.
Felix Semper has become an online sensation thanks to his incredible origami skills and astonishingly lifelike paper sculptures.
The anonymous artist Banksy was to be awarded a professorship at the graduation ceremony in the U.K. when 23-year-old Ben Wray stole the certificate.
Customs officials said they seized an original Picasso drawing worth nearly $465,000 after a traveler tried to smuggle it into Spain as a fake.
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"JumpStart" creator Robb Armstrong told Newsweek about his connection to the popular "Peanuts" character and how they've come together to help Black artists.
Google on Friday shared a "Doodle" by Alithia Ramirez, who died at the age of 10 during the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
From Bill Gates to Elon Musk, the Brooklyn-based art collective MSCHF has unveiled their next project, letting people "eat the rich" with customized popsicles.
Mariupol City Council members have publicly accused Russia of mimicking the looting of art by the Nazis during World War II.
In a statement to the press, Italian artist Dario Gambarin said: "The images speak for themselves."
The portrait by Nelson Shanks was painted during the most turbulent period of the princess' public and private lives with "strikingly honest" results.
New Zealander artist George Nuku has presented his latest work as an installation that imagines the state of the world's oceans 100 years in the future where plastics have totally changed the marine environment.
The 16th-century painting, named "The Depiction of the Madonna and Child," sold for $310,542.
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