If you enjoy period dramas, you’ve probably caught some Hollywood examples of early twentieth century men’s fashion. But what was it really like?
Ireland’s beautiful tiles are part of a long tradition that dates back to medieval times and beyond. Let’s learn about the history of medieval Irish tiles.
During the middle ages and into the Renaissance, birth abnormalities were viewed with fear and suspicion. A monstrous birth was a rare and important omen…
Let’s talk about one of the most important tropes in art history: the memento mori. Literally meaning “remember death” or “remember that you die”…
This image is merely AI art, the result of computer AI (Artificial Intelligence) and a text prompt: Marie Antoinette Holding the Fluffiest Kitten.
We’ve been restoring some rather gorgeous vintage mushroom illustrations this past month, and learned a few things about mushrooms in the process.
Digital art isn’t just about the pixels. Infinitely scalable art exists too, perfect for billboard advertising. Let’s learn about vectors and vector art.
Sea Monsters have risen from their 16th century ocean depths and are swimming freely in the Public Domain! We released the kraken, and it is thrilled to be out!
We have plenty of strange art on TofuJoe, but today’s images are a different kind of nuts. Here are some of the best nut illustrations in the Public Domain.
Every year lakes and rivers are filled with thousands of pacific salmon still alive and swimming, yet rotting away. This is the story of Zombie Salmon.
Let’s talk spooky bats! We might be 5 months late for Halloween or 7 months early, but there’s no wrong time for bats. Here’s the best of the public domain.
Historical illustrations are beautiful, and also document biodiversity that is quickly disappearing. Fascinating animals can become extinct animals.