In the 1960s and '70s, Andy Warhol's famous New York City studio was busy producing art, making films, throwing legendary parties, and playing host to some of the era's most talked about it crowd. Known as the Factory, the studio's three different locations over two decades saw some of the world's most prized art and most legendary social scene. Home to the Warhol superstars and of course the boss man himself, here's a look into the artwork and the lifestyle that made history inside the Factory.
The Montreal Biodome is made up of replicas of four ecosystems that can be found in North and South America. Originally constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games, it now hosts the four environments along with a variety of animals and other species living in each habitat. It may never have been inhabited by Pauly Shore and Stephen Baldwin, but we still think this biodome is tops.
Zaria Forman has an impressive ability to create ultra-realistic images using her hands. What on first glance look like photographs of pristine, icy waters are actually pastel drawings by the talented artist. Inspired by a lifetime of travels and solidified by her formal training, Zaria's work is as breathtaking as the geography that influences it. We had the opportunity to chat with the artist about her process, her travels, and trying her hand at set design.
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