Art + Design

At Matador we’re always stoking on the evolution in art and design around the world, and sharing our favorite street art, modern architecture, and international artists remixing old forms into abstract art, creating something new.

By definition, art is the synthesis of human emotions with available media and materials, such as painting, sculpture, and photography, while design is the process of giving a form (such as a bridge or a surfboard) to a certain function (crossing water, surfing on water).

While not necessarily intended to express emotion, design can reach the level of art when it evokes emotional responses or in some way informs our experience of place.

Art + Design Articles
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The world’s most spoken languages in one simple infographic

by Cathy Brown
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21 bizarre laws that still exist in the UK

by Matador Team
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Infographic: How eggs are served around the world

by Matt Hershberger
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These unofficial Olympic guidebooks are a hilarious trainwreck

by Matt Hershberger

This is the walking tour of London every Harry Potter fan needs to go on

by Matt Hershberger
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This is the ultimate US foodie road trip

by Matt Hershberger

11 coffee shops from TV and the movies (that you can visit in real life)

by Matt Hershberger
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20 liquors from around the world that you have to try

by Matador Team

How to travel Europe like a local

by Matt Hershberger
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Infographic: These are the greatest empires in history

by Matt Hershberger
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This company just made a luggage you can ride around the airport

by Amanda Machado
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What are the best and worst cities in the US to be in during a disaster?

by Matt Hershberger

100 ways to travel the world (almost) for free

by Matador Team
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These are the world’s strangest tourist attractions

by Matt Hershberger

Infographic: Around the world in 20 street foods

by Matt Hershberger
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10 etiquette rules for flying economy class

by Matador Team

Around the world in 42 hand gestures

by Matador Team

Where do the world’s most successful people go on holiday?

by Matt Hershberger
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