Top Glamping Tents Across China

Top Glamping Tents Across China

I am sure that you have seen movies where the crew goes camping and enjoys mother nature. Those campers set up their tent, hunt their food, arrange the drinking water, and get themselves ready for nature's call. Well, in reality, that is not what you should expect. Setting up a camp is not an easy […]

How To Create A Highlighted Wig using Human Hair Wig

How To Create A Highlighted Wig using Human Hair Wig

Highlighted hair is often beautiful, and it gives you a chic look. Traditionally, you had to bleach your natural hair if you wanted highlighted hair. However, this is no longer the case with the invention of wigs, including highlighted wigs. You can purchase a highlight wig from hair extensions or wig vendors online or offline. […]

Anatomy and History Collide in Borosilicate Glass Sculptures by Kit Paulson

Anatomy and History Collide in Borosilicate Glass Sculptures by Kit Paulson

Lungs, 2020. Flame-worked borosilicate glass. All photographs © Equipment Paulson, shared with permission In a stunning conflict of anatomy and antiquity, artist Equipment Paulson (beforehand) kinds impossibly fragile objects totally from glass. By referencing historic artworks by lace patterns, or traversing the constructions of blood veins and bones discovered within the human physique, she externalizes […]

30 Spooky But Chic Target Halloween Decorations Under $100

30 Spooky But Chic Target Halloween Decorations Under $100

Kelly Clarkson may already be gearing up to drop a Christmas single, but we still have our eyes set on the spooky season. Perhaps you’ve already booked a porch pumpkin concierge to come and deck out your home(yes, it’s a thing!), but for those who want to take things one step further (one step spookier, if you […]

New Collections: Pandemic Oral History Project

New Collections: Pandemic Oral History Project

This entry is part of an ongoing series highlighting new collections. The Archives of American Art collects primary source materials—original letters, writings, preliminary sketches, scrapbooks, photographs, financial records, and the like—that have significant research value for the study of art in the United States. The following essay was originally published in the Spring 2021 issue […]