Welcome to the world of DataArt: A conversation with Albert Laszlo Barabasi about beauty + data + SuperRare

DataArt is a new movement within art, that aims to bring alive the invisible, by merging the visual language of art and data science. It offers a deeper understanding of our word…

Dawid Planeta on telling the story of depression through art

Digital artist Dawid Planeta's project, "The Minipeople", tells the story of his depression through art.…

New Artists on SuperRare

Weekly introduction to new artists on SuperRare.…

Sougwen Chung: Human and machine collaboration

Sougwen Chung’s work bridges the gap between art and science, navigating the two spheres in a poetic and insightful way. Chung raises questions about what is human and what is the machine,…

Weekly Top 10 Picks by an

H.R Giger by @kimgryun HORSE by @bo_vk Sea of Souls by @noahkocher Parking Lot by @nikitadiakur The Exquisite One by @newcolossal Shape Study 06 by @dirk_koy Shine by @archannair Look Both Ways…

Imaginarium World of Alexandra Zutto

Interview by Arseny Vesnin (Twitter: @designcollector), founder of Designcollector Network Alexandra Zutto is a Russian artist based in Brooklyn, working as a freelance Illustrator and Designer since 2009. Her style is very interesting. She uses vibrant…

50 Years of Pride: A project by Juan Carlos Pagan

Originally commissioned by The New York Times, The 50 Years of Pride cover marks a seminal moment in the gay community, 50 years since The Stone Wall Inn Riots. The riot poured…

Provoking the imagination through self-portraiture: An interview with Iness Rychlik

Iness Rychlik's self-portraiture provokes something visceral in the viewer. Her work bites down and tugs at conflicting emotions. Sometimes alluring, sometimes unsettling, it doesn't let go.…

Where wilderness meets the wild within: An interview with Cath Simard

Cath Simard's work captures the universe's vast, unsympathetic magnificence. It evokes those ephemeral moments when we're overcome by the beauty in our own insignificance.…

The intersection of fine art, technology and storytelling: An interview with Till Janz

Till Janz doesn't call himself a photographer. Instead, Till Janz says he's an image maker, blending the practices of photography, art direction, and creative direction.…