Jean-Michel Basquiat's Untitled

"Untitled," a 1982 painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, brought $110.5 million during a 10-minute bidding war at Sotheby's yesterday, making it the highest priced artwork sold at auction for any piece created after 1980. The graffiti-leaning skull masterpiece is also the sixth most expensive work ever sold at auction, putting him in the same league as Picasso and Francis Bacon. That also means that Basquiat, the brilliant Manhattan artist who died at only age 27 in 1988, has painted the most expensive piece by an American artist ever sold, breaking a record held by his good friend Andy Warhol.

  • Infrared NYC

    New York City is one of the most photographed places on Earth. View it from a fresh perspective with Infrared NYC. As the name suggests, this series of fine art prints sees photographer Paolo Pettigiani capturing views of the Big Apple as seen from Central Park using infrared digital photography to capture only the light that we can't see. The resulting creations are salmon pink-hued portraits of places that are at once familiar, yet fantastical, and a perfect way to show your love for the city without hanging a cliché on your wall.

  • Dead Bookstore Art

    Plenty of books and magazines have incredible artwork inside. Typically, though, you have to actually open them to enjoy it. Dead Bookstore Art frees these spreads from their folded constraints, letting you enjoy them like most other artwork: hung on your wall. The selection includes works from books and mags both old and more recent, each of which has been freed from its binding and stitching, its staples straightened and ready for display. Feel like doing it yourself? Each listing has a "Find" button to search for the title on the Internet, as well as how-to instructions for creating your own.

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