What’s That Enormous Grandma Face Doing on That Wall?Without waiting for permission, JR turns conflict zones into art galleries.
Say Cheese, Mr. PresidentA new traveling exhibit highlights the most captivating presidential photography of the past 50 years.
What It Means To Be Black in AmericaA new art exhibition in Washington, D.C., explores the place where racial identity and national identity intersect.
MTV's Video Music Awards: A History of InsanityA look back at some of the most outrageous VMA moments.
Back Before Warning Labels: Vintage Cigarette AdsLIFE returns to a time when doctors and smiling babies sold cigarettes.
Hurricane Sandy Pounds Into Atlantic CityPhotos of the storm's wave of destruction as it reaches land.
The Best Photos of Mars Since Curiosity’s LandingA look at the barren landscape where water once flowed.
The Mystery of the Little Norwegian ChessmenA new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases strange and charming chess pieces from the Middle Ages.
Beards, Theft, and Other Peculiar Factors That Turn Images Into IconsA new book traces how images become universally recognized icons.
I Wish I Were Like the Postman!A gallery of old advertisements reveals how we once idolized the men of the USPS and couldn't remember to use those newfangled ZIP codes.
The Glamorous and Groundbreaking World of Early Flight AttendantsPhotographs from the Life archives.
Fantastic Typing MachinesA gallery of old typewriters that look more like sewing machines, phonographs, and torture devices.
The Immortal Lives of Campaign WebsitesA gallery of the ancient online personas of current (and past) presidential contenders.
Remembering SeptemberTen years later, people in New York share how their lives have changed because of 9/11.
Come On Irene: Awaiting the HurricanePhotos of people up and down the East Coast preparing for the big storm.
Qaddafi Graffiti and Street Art Protest artists have created a wide array of caricatures inspired by the Libyan leader.