Bored Panda has created a gallery of people’s recreations of famous works of art at home. “The Getty Museum challenge, where you have to recreate your favorite work of art with 3 things lying around your home, was inspired by the Tussen Kunst en Quarantaine (Between Art and […]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made 502 art books free and available online for your enjoyment!
London’s Wellcome Museum has released 100,000 images from their collection for your use. “[T]he Wellcome Library houses objects and artworks that range across the spectrum of history, art, culture, and, above all, the curious.”
So much art available for your browsing pleasure as the Smithsonian puts 40,000 pieces of Asian art from the Freer and Saeckler Collection online.
Tom Burtonwood has created Folium, a book of three-dimensional printing of bas relief, for the Art Institute of Chicago from its collection. (Via Boing Boing)
Quartz writes about “Camera In The Mirror,” an Mario Santamaría’s Tumblr art project collecting the Google Streetview camera’s photographs of itself in museums. “Collected together, the Google-camera selfies are at turns unsettling, revealing, and absurd—unintentionally upstaging the art they’re meant to quietly document.”