HONG KONG—Hong Kong’s chief executive CY Leung’s recent claim that Hong Kong’s citizens were too poor to allow direct elections was greeted with outcry here and astonishment overseas.
Olivia Palermo and her husband Johannes Huebl dress super chic while attending the launch of the Ghurka Woman handbag collection on Tuesday (October 21) at the brand’s Soho store in New York City.
Here are the “Evil Vinyl” from the British studio Evil Corp, which designed some beautiful art toys inspired by characters from cult movies and series!
“Neko Land” is a project of French photographer Alexandre Bonnefoy, who documents the life of Japanese alley cats, he meets by chance during his wanderings in the streets… His photographs have been published in his book Nekoland, a cat life in Japan.
The “Impossible Magnets” series from illustrators and graphic designers of Snack Studio, based in Portugal, which transforms the cult places of Pop Culture into impossible holiday memories… From Jurassic Park to Hill Valley through Gotham City or Mordor, a nice collection of animated GIFs and magnets (available here) for your fridge!
“A Tale of Momentum and Inertia” is a funny and cute animation short film that tells us the disastrous adventures of a stone giant… A pretty video directed by Kirk Kelley and Kameron Gates from the studio HouseSpecial.
Lumiere Studios’ experiments in RealFlow software seamlessly flow out of the territory of tech and funnel into something rather lovely.
Kate Middleton and Prince William announced in September that they are expecting another royal baby and just this week Kate made her first two appearances since the exciting news.
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After splitting with former partners in production Eterna, Porsche Design breaks news about a new line of independently manufactured timepieces.
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“A sight, an emotion, creates this wave in the mind, long before it makes words to fit it.” “A crisp sentence, an arresting metaphor, a witty aside, an elegant turn of phrase,” Harvard psycholinguist Steven Pinker wrote in his wonderful modern guide to style, “are among life’s greatest pleasures.” A century and a half earlier, Schopenhauer proclaimed that “style is the physiognomy of the mind.” Undoubtedly one of humanity’s most beautiful minds and greatest masters of elegant, pleasurable language is Virginia Woolf — a mastery that unfolded with equal enchantment in her public writings as well as her private, as both sprang from the same source of passion and perspicacity.
The rise in the number of media streaming services has been scarily rapid in the last couple of years.
Amazon's Fire TV connected set-top-box is now available in the UK. Previously only listed as coming soon, the box is now in stock on Amazon.co.uk and has started shipping to customers who pre-ordered it.
Japanese design firm Nendo has reinvented the circular, ubiquitous rubber bands by giving them a chic, geometrical makeover.
I don’t care how nice the wallpaper or the lampshades may be, there’s something creepy about the stereotypical American motel featured in films, novels and plays.
France's PMI figure, a common business survey measure, fell to 48 and is now at an 8-month low. Anything below 50 represents contraction.
You know those really terrible Tinder first dates when you wish you could phone a friend and get the hell out of there?
Facebook is launching an advertising campaign in the US, across TV, outdoor, cinema and online on Sunday that is aiming to get Americans to use its standalone app Messenger in more creative ways.
Graeme Souness is one of the better pundits to grace our television screens, with the experienced former player and manager often saying things how they really are.