Arts - Page 59

Graphic artist reimagines cityscapes into striking drawings

Yoni Alter's bold work utilizes skyscrapers, transportation icons and other elements.

Why your best camera also sends texts

Two accomplished photographers extoll the virtues of mobile phone photography.

Travel the world through this photographer's lens

Atalia Katz brings the world a little bit closer through her striking images.

National Medal of Honor museum to be built in South Carolina

Project helmed by Safdie Architects expected to break ground next year.

Photographer combines food and art in Colorfood

Dan Lev recruits famous chefs to create edible works of art.

Bringing Israeli television to American audiences

The new Fox game show "Boom!" is the latest in a long line of adaptations of Israeli TV series.

Director of 'Food Stamped' and 'Crime After Crime' embraces the unpredictable

Yoav Potash's award-winning documentaries earned him many awards. Learn what he's been up to since.

Hollywood producer looking for the next great idea

Ben Silverman travels to Israel to find his next TV program to produce.

Online art competition unites cultures

Israeli artists from around the world participated in the first official Social Network Art Competition.

Tiny is the new big when it comes to food art

Shay Aaron's miniatures look real enough to eat. Small as his sculptures are, this artist has big dreams.

Bringing 'Stomp' to the classroom

A drummer creates music programs in which participants use instruments made from nature.

Flowers that never wilt

Artists create ceramic flowers that are always in bloom.

Amy Winehouse's family and fans keep her legacy alive

Intimate exhibit touring the world tells a different tale of the late singer.

Saw serenade?

Creative musicians have figured out how to get an amazing sound out of a saw.

Jewelry made to fade

Noam Bar Yochai's designs are more than beautiful — they each tell a story.