The Italian artist Maurizio Savini makes huge sculptures from pink chewing gum. His works are now exhibited all over the world and sell for as much as 50,000 Euros.
One of the reasons vinyl records are still so popular is that it's a great format for cover art. The British graphic design studio Hipgnosis were the visual pioneers of the progressive rock scene in the 1970s.
Faber and the young woman: the best-selling book by Max Frisch tells a disturbing tale of love and tragedy against the backdrop of the modern age and its technological advances.
After spending years criticizing the Chinese authorities, the dissident artist keeps dealing with difficult issues by focusing on refugees. As Ai Weiwei turns 60, here's a look back at the restless provocateur's career.
Some artists have taken art and recycling to a whole new level. They are working with materials that at first glance don't have much to do with creativity, like pencil lead and even chewing gum.
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