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Electronic musician Alexis Georgopoulos (aka Arp) is no stranger to collaboration or experimentation.
Nahanni Arntzen was born inside a teepee on the shore of the Kingcome River in remote British Columbia.
Though the Venice boardwalk may once have been the place to see the eclectic beach town, Abbot Kinney Boulevard has become the go-to destination for shopping and eating, making it the perfect location for Warby Parker’s first free-standing shop on the West Coast....
Walk down the streets of Bristol—a university city in England’s West Country—after dark, and while passing under a streetlight, you might find yourself sharing the illuminated circle with the ghosts of visitors past: someone else’s shadow walking...
The old adage "They don't make them like they used to" insinuates that modern products don't stand up to the test of time like those of yesteryear.
As an electronic musician, Holly Herndon spends more time than most with her laptop. And, though this relationship is serious, she's indignant about the possibility of a threesome with an unknown surveillor—a sentiment felt by many after...
When artists (and real life couple) Wade Jeffree and Leta Sobierajski decided they wanted to collaborate, an idea arose that allowed them to explore their symbiotic relationship.
Shaving can be an uncomfortable experience—anyone who's felt the burn of the razor can attest to this—yet it doesn't have to be.
by Caroline Kinneberg Tom Dixon might have received an OBE from Her Majesty in 2001, but that hasn't made him blasé about winning other awards.
by Adam Coghlan One of more intriguing culinary experiments we've seen in some time comes from an unlikely source: award-winning architecture and design practice AL_A.
While the judges contemplate the entries for the fourth annual The Lovie Awards (the European sister to the Webby Awards), those who are interested now have a chance to be at the event in person,...
The worlds of technology, culture and entrepreneurship have never been more connected. Success in any of the aforementioned disciplines requires not just a significant knowledge but a reverence for a diverse range of topics that were once thought unrelated.
Always sensual and always grandiose, electronic music veteran Sébastien Tellier recently released his sixth studio album L’Aventura this past July via French independent label Record Makers.
Seemingly very in tune with 20- and 30-somethings of today, Shuggie's Sweet Revenge makes T-shirts and tote bags emblazoned with cleverly combined Simpsons characters—and cartoon images of Larry David's face....
During this past New York Fashion Week, we had the opportunity to see the latest shoes from designer Paul Andrew.
"Food is a major part of my life," British designer Sebastian Wrong tells us while sitting in the back garden of the new Hay and Wrong for Hay showroom in London's historic St James's neighborhood.
Kehinde Wiley searches the world to find models to paint. His travels have taken him to Israel, Lagos and Dakar, China, and Jamaica.
Born in Russia, London-based artist Sasha Tugolukova's first training in illustration came in the form of Khokhloma, a folk art drawing technique.
Lo Fang: When We're Fire (Cello Version) After garnering much acclaim while supporting Lorde on her most recent tour, Lo Fang has just announced a new mixtape and a listen reveals the work to be as impressive as his live act.
1. A Mysterious WTC Photographer In his research for the National Geographic Channel documentary "9/10: The Final Hours," filmmaker Erik Nelson was missing one vital piece.