Researchers find that Immanuel Kant has been right all along: our brains prefer art made, not captured.
A new study confirms that adults seeking stress relief, no matter how artistically gifted or inexperienced, should stop making excuses and start making art.
When you think of bacteria, you don't usually think of art. In this case, though, one microbiologist has created Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" in petri dishes with the help of bacteria.
Health officials have found cancer-causing asbestos fibers in a range of children's crayons which are available online in Australia. Many of the crayons feature popular fantasy characters including Mickey Mouse, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Power Rangers.