2137 minutes in category  Art

Browse through a vast collection of documentaries filed under the arts. Defined as a subdivision of culture, it represents the human creative impulse. Literature, performing arts, visual arts.

Using an array of techniques and styles, illustrators evoke stories and meaning in a variety of mediums, from editorial illustration in magazines and newspapers, to comics books, to activist media.

A documentary crew followed photographer Steve McCurry to document the momentous last 36 frames that would ever be shot on that film.

Type is everywhere. Every print publication, website, movie, advertisement and public message involves the creation or selection of a fitting typeface.

Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane shares his experiences as a photojournalist in a combat environment as well as the mental and physical toll it takes on him.

Graphic Design surrounds us: it is the signs we read, the products we buy, and the rooms we inhabit.

Theo Jansen creates skeletons that are able to walk on the wind, so they don’t have to eat.

Known in his early days as graffiti icon ESPO, Steve Powers has been a charismatic figure in both New York’s art and graffiti world throughout the past 20 years.

Dutch photographer Rob Hornstra is using a technique called “slow journalism” to document the years leading up to the Russian 2014 Winter Olympics.

One of the architectural glories of New York, the Met stretches 1000 feet along Fifth Avenue.

Color intersects the worlds of art, psychology, culture, and more, creating meaning and influencing behavior every step of the way.

We follow photographer Donald Weber to the buffer zone at Fukushima, Japan.

The film is about Dre Urhahn and Jeroen Koolhaas, who use art in their quest to help change the lives of people who live in socially troubled neighborhoods in Rio […]

The video game industry is now bigger than Hollywood, with hundreds of millions of dollars spent developing these interactive experiences.

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