Sailing the Distance

Lauren Camp honors the creative accomplishments of a California man who also happened to be an illiterate immigrant.

Being Brave Is So Much More Than Forcing Your Way Through A Hard Situation

How do you keep going when you’re gripped by fear? Artist Alex Cook shows you how.

Prequels, Sequels, Threequels and The Age of the Franchise

It’s been said before, but these days it truly appears Hollywood has run out of original ideas.

Musicians, Artists, and Entertainers Have a Home (and a Stage!) on The Good Men Project

We at The Good Men Project love lessons and stories from artists.

Poetry as Practice in the Preservation of Life

Creativity can be a support for men when their life starts to fall apart.

Has Technology Killed the Guitar?

If a keyboard can play like a guitar, will the guitar continue to lose popularity?

The ‘You Are Loved’ Project Uses Murals to Change Lives

Artist and musician Alex Cross uses his creative gifts to spread hope and encouragement.

Out of Touch on the Titanic While Education Sinks

When is the last time you challenged your beliefs about hiring (or getting hired) and the role education plays in business success?

Van Gogh Comes to Life

Vincent Van Gogh created some of the most distinct, enduring images ever: sunflowers, starry nights, painfully honest self-portraits. Now, you’re about to see them in a completely new way.

The Shatner Album That Is Actually Really Good

There are so many albums out there, it’s easy to miss some good ones. Here’s one you’ve got to listen to.

‘The Revenant’ is an Unforgettable Picture of a Father’s Love

Leonardo DiCaprio portrays a father who will sacrifice everything for his son.

The Protestant Work-Ethic Aesthetic

John Faithful Hamer on an unsatisfying criticism of Jackson Pollack.

An Interview with Mike Roy, Visual Effects Artist

Believe it or not, art IS a valid career choice.

Becoming A Better Man: The Personal Development Journey Of Trial By Fire

Jump in. The fire is fine.

Give Recovery The Finger

Sean Swaby wonders if maybe it’s time to give your recovery the finger?

Where Are the Artists to Answer Trump?

Other decades of unrest brought out artists who used their art to create both empathy and social change. It’s time for that kind of uprising again.