The Daily Beast art team is leading the game in illustration, photo collage, and innovative gifs. Here, we round up some of our favorites from 2019.
Senior Photo Editor, illustrator, and photographer for The Daily Beast.
Higbee's book "Coincidences" showcases over a decade’s worth of photographs that reveal and revel in the happy accidents rooted in the chaotic wonder of New York City.
The new book, “Le Corbuffet: Edible Art and Design Classics,” provides an intriguing collection of 60 recipes that are inspired by an array of paintings, sculptures, and design.
An encounter with Picasso 64 years ago ignited Fred Baldwin's exceptional photography career.
Over the past several years, Joey Lawrence has documented Kurdish guerrillas, encapsulating the humanity and hope behind the faces of war fighting against ISIS.
Stephan Brigidi documents daily life in Italy throughout one of the most tumultuous decades in the modern-day history of Rome.
From pre-war gelatin silver prints to 21st-century digital images, from documentary to abstract, David Gibson provides a collection of exquisite street photography.
Kevin Horan photographs goats and sheep as though they were privileged, aristocratic gentlemen and ladies in his studio farm.
This exhibition depicts the importance of experimentation with use of saturated and striking colors to create an almost delusional effect that captures the pulse of the viewer.