Shooting the 2016 Pirelli Calendar. Photo courtesy Annie Leibovitz studio/Vogue.
3D printed shoes. Image via Dezeen.
The Super moon in 2010. Photo by Johnny Horne.
Cosmo's EIC Joanna Coles. Photo via AP.
Andy Warhol rendered in Pop Art. Photo via Telegraph.
Kanye West in a music video directed by Steve McQueen. Image via Complex.
Fairey's artwork. Photo by Todd McinTurf/The Detroit News.
Rembrandt's long-lost painting. Photo via The Art Newspaper.
Gormley's fallen art. Photo via Art Forum.
Leopold Rutlinger's La Belle Otero, on display at the Musee d'Orsay's new exhibit.

PIRELLI’S 2016 CALENDAR WILL FEATURE CLOTHED, INFLUENTIAL WOMEN LIKE SERENA WILLIAMS AND YOKO ONO

In a departure from their notorious nudity, the 2016 Pirelli Calendar will feature clothed, influential women, photographed by Annie Leibovitz [Vogue]

See shoes made using 3D printing [Dezeen]

The super moon eclipse is this Sunday – the first in 32 years [Popular Science]

A drama based on Cosmo Magazine is being produced [The Hollywood Reporter]

The Tate Modern is opening an exhibit on women in Pop Art [The Telegraph]

United Talent Agency is hoping to offer their services to artists [Art Market Monitor]

Ever hoped a famous street artist would grace your building with their art? It’s not as fun as it sounds [The Detroit News]

An ancient painting thought to be by Rembrandt was discovered in New Jersey [The Art Newspaper]

A sculpture by Antony Gormley fell into the ocean [Art Forum]

The opening of a show on prostitution at the Musee d’Orsay has been delayed due to a worker’s strike [The New York Times]

Shooting the 2016 Pirelli Calendar. Photo courtesy Annie Leibovitz studio/Vogue.
3D printed shoes. Image via Dezeen.
The Super moon in 2010. Photo by Johnny Horne.
Cosmo's EIC Joanna Coles. Photo via AP.
Andy Warhol rendered in Pop Art. Photo via Telegraph.
Kanye West in a music video directed by Steve McQueen. Image via Complex.
Fairey's artwork. Photo by Todd McinTurf/The Detroit News.
Rembrandt's long-lost painting. Photo via The Art Newspaper.
Gormley's fallen art. Photo via Art Forum.
Leopold Rutlinger's La Belle Otero, on display at the Musee d'Orsay's new exhibit.
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