"To breach the blackout, one of us would fly to Delhi and upload a couple of stories from there. We lived one story at a time—forever wondering if it would make it online."
Photographer and founder Pete Voelker wants artists to have a visual conversation with other photographers.
Divisive and flawed it may have been, but it was also utterly inspirational for a generation of rock fans stuck between the traditional music press and the innovations of the internet.
A new museum in Chelsea devoted to the ephemeral art of the poster is plastered with collectible gems. Touring a pop-up preview show in advance of next year's opening, GARAGE found even the building steeped in New York nostalgia.
Not very practical, but extremely cool.
Asks first grade teacher Russell Powell, who needs canvas panels when you have your palm?
Eric Nado joins the history of type with the history of war in his thought provoking series of typewriter-guns.
Bristol-area residents just have to take a picture of their ballot to receive a limited edition "souvenir" in the mail—gratis.
We spoke to writers and editors involved in the making of music's most discerning and open-minded publication.
The British Museum is showing their copy for a temporary exhibit this year before putting it into storage for conservation purposes.
HBO is co hosting a 'Veep'-themed art show in Los Angeles at Gallery 1988.