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Ep. 248: The Star Who Pays In Exposure Bucks – and more

 Episode 248 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.

10+ Of The Best Signs From The 2018 Women’s March

A year on from Donald Trump’s inauguration women have taken to the streets once again, as a follow up to last year’s Women’s March.

16th century church in Milan repurposed as orange tennis court

Italy is known to the world as a cradle of religious architecture. So it’s no surprise that another one of its churches is under the spotlight.

Nendo creates Kanji-inspired furniture and stone-shaped tableware for Zens

Japanese studio Nendo has created a collection of furniture and accessories in its trademark minimalist style for Chinese lifestyle brand Zens.

North Korea Has Launched Its First-Ever Beauty App

Photo manipulation apps are nothing new to many societies, but for the Hermit Kingdom, ‘Bomhyanggi 1.0’ that’s also known as ‘Spring Scent’, is the Communist country’s first-ever beauty app.

Modern Electric Luxury ‘Kathreen’ Yacht

Kathreen by Marko Petrovic is a design study of an electric sailing yacht with the elements of modern contemporary art.

A Modern Poet’s Timeless Word Bank

“I’m partly made by romantic poets and writers (as a person who’s long read in and taught and written about that period),” says poet and scholar Maureen McLane in reference to her latest book of poetry Some Say.

North Korea Finally Launches Its First-Ever Beauty App

Photo manipulation apps are nothing new to many societies, but for the Hermit Kingdom, ‘Bomhyanggi 1.0’ that’s also known as ‘Spring Scent’, is the Communist country’s first-ever beauty app.

There’s A “Stranger Things” Ouija Board

Netflix has partnered with Hasbro and Mystifying Oracle to create an upside down version of the classic Ouija board inspired by the popular Stranger Things television series.

Women’s March 2018

Above are some of the signs that stood out to me during the Women’s March here in NYC yesterday. I marched with the remarkable Vicki Saunders, wearing my big red heart from last year.

‘Lagom’, The Balanced Swedish Way Of Life That Has No Direct English Translation

Some of you might have heard of the term ‘hygge’—pronounced “hoo-gah”—before. This Danish concept of living cozily grew in popularity in 2016, with books sharing the joys of decluttering sprouting up on shelves.

An Artist’s Devotion to Exactness

“Susan York: New and Recent Work” at Del Deo & Barzune (January 18 – March 30, 2018: installation view (photo courtesy Del Deo & Barzune, New York) I first learned about Susan York from the poet Arthur Sze in the winter of 2012.

The Incredible Art Of Maciej Kuciara, Who’s Worked On The Last Of Us, Ghost In The Shell & Crysis

Maciej Kuciara is one of the most talented concept artist on the planet. And you’re about to see just why.

A Night Session in Potsdam

Le photographe Andreas Levers est ambivalent. Il photographie aussi bien la couleur et la joie (en témoignent ses Colorful Series) que la pénombre et le mystère, comme ici.

The organiser of the Women’s March reflects on the world a year on

Starting with the inauguration of Donald Trump and ending with the downfall of Harvey Weinstein, it’s little wonder that 2017 saw ‘feminism’ named Merriam-Webster’s word of the year.

Designer of the Week: Jo Skillman

As an art director at The Black Sheep Agency, Jo Skillman has created impact-driven design for the agency’s clients for close to seven years now.

Catherine Murphy Sets the Bar Higher and Higher

Catherine Murphy, “Clasped” (2013), oil on canvas, 46 x 50 inches (all images courtesy Peter Freeman Gallery) My monograph on Catherine Murphy was published in 2016, with a foreword by Svetlana Alpers.

Hedi Slimane is headed to Céline

In the latest round of fashion’s musical chairs, it has been announced that Hedi Slimane will be taking over the role of creative director at Céline.

A Certain Vision of Consumerism Through Brilliant Photographs

Originaire de Brighton en Angleterre, le photographe Thomas Bertie Taylor examine minutieusement la relation entre ordre mécanisé et humanité à travers ses clichés.

Martha Sturdy uses resin to create bold, blocky furniture

Canadian designer Martha Sturdy has combined geometric shapes with bold, primary colours to create a collection of furniture pieces made entirely from resin.