The Best of My Modern Met
10+ most popular My Modern Met articles, as voted by our community.
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My Modern Met on Art
The Rijksmuseum Has Digitized 709,000 Artworks and Made Them Available for Free Online
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has made 709,000 images of legendary artwork available for free.
You Can Download 1,000+ Japanese Woodblock Prints by Edo-Era Master Hiroshige
You can view and download thousands of woodblock prints created by a master Japanese artist from the Edo period.
My Modern Met on Beekeeping
Interview: Startup Creates Modern Compact Beehive for Easy Urban Beekeeping
“We developed a new concept of the urban hive which can be used easily by everyone—experienced or not—in any geographical context.”
My Modern Met on Climate Crisis
Powerful Aerial Photos Show the Consequences of Drought on the Colorado River
Photographer Paul Nicklen shows the devastating effects of drought in the United States.
My Modern Met on Drawing
What is Drawing? Learn About One of the Oldest Forms of Art
Did you know drawing is related to problem solving?
My Modern Met on Painting
Artist Uses AI to Generate Realistic Faces of Subjects From World’s Most Iconic Paintings
Denis Shiryaev created a neural network art project that generated realistic faces of subjects from iconic paintings.
My Modern Met on Pets
Super Bowl Ad of a Girl and Her Dog Growing Old Together Will Tug at Your Heartstrings
Is someone cutting onions?
My Modern Met on Photography
Photographer Captures Joyful Personalities of Playful Pups and Shows How You Can Too
Getting a dog to sit still for a photo is hard enough, but to also be able to capture their personality? That is an expert skill!
My Modern Met on Pollution
Mermaid Swims in 10,000 Bottles to Highlight Plastic Pollution
In his new project "Mermaids Hate Plastic," photographer Benjamin Von Wong brings awareness to the issue of plastic pollution.
My Modern Met on Symbolism
Pyramids Are a Dramatic Backdrop for a Mirrored Orb Inspired by Ancient Egypt
Inspired by Egyptian symbolism and mathematics, the mirrored piece is a new installation by anonymous Spanish artist SpY.
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Study Finds World Can Switch to 100% Renewable Energy and Earn Back Its Investment in Just 6…
This is a win-win for Earth and governments around the world.
Photographer Reveals the Psychedelic Beauty of Plants at Night
The visual beauty of plants, especially flowers, is usually appreciated during the day. But what happens to flora at night? Tom Leighton has an answer.
These Unexpectedly Fearsome Photos of Ants Will Keep You Up at Night
Photographer Josh Googler’s macro photography reveals that ants look fascinating—and a little scary, too.
Early Entries From the 2022 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards Are a Hoot
These early favorites will leave you roaring with laughter.
Photographer Waits 8 Hours in Scorching Heat To Snap His Dream Photo of a Lion [Interview]
“It took many years and multiple trips to Gir National Park, and finally, my most awaited moment was captured.”
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