Nancy Fouts’ Surreal Artwork

Skateboarding Helsinki airport, picking Jeff Koons' brain, JetBlue stocks cricket bars and more in our weekly look at the web

When artist Nancy Fouts moved from Kentucky to the UK in the ’60s as a debutante, no one could have predicted she would go on to cofound Shirt Sleeve Studio—a prolific design company that would take on everything from album covers to advertising clients. Or, that she would produce years worth of striking surrealist art. In a new candid interview, Fouts talks shop, discusses her …

Nightmares of Halloweens Past

Artist Gary Baseman previews his "freaky" vintage photo collection going on display

Gary Baseman‘s work merges his life journey and family history with colorful pop images from his boundless imagination. Exploring the almost overwhelming amount of past and present projects in his studio, it’s becomes clear that Baseman truly loves Halloween. This weekend at KK Gallery in Los Angeles, the newest gallery space from KesselsKramer, Baseman will be sharing some of his beloved vintage photographs of costumed …

UNICEF Create-A-Character Contest

Get crafty this Halloween with a contest designed to help feed children around the world

For many adults, Halloween triggers memories of toting around a plastic pumpkin in search of the season’s finest sugary snacks, but for some it recalls those classic UNICEF boxes used to collect change for children who not only won’t receive candy for the holiday, but who go every day without any food at all. In an effort to put a creative spin on UNICEF’s Trick-Or-Treat …