B. David Zarley

dogs

Your Yorkie Was a Killing Machine

Many of the pups we now think of as purebreds and watch in the National Dog Show on Thanksgiving actually owe their existence to Victorian England's taste for blood sport.
B. David Zarley
12.3.17
art collector

A Chicago Home Transforms Into a Museum of Latin American Art

The Salgado family loves art so much they filled their house with it.
B. David Zarley
7.11.17
apps

Become Takashi Murakami Art with This Facebook Messenger Filter

Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art teams up with Facebook to bring Murakami to the masses.
B. David Zarley
6.20.17
esports

Beware The Wolf: Can Esports Prevent Its Inevitable Match Fixing Scandal?

Esports are uniquely vulnerable to a widespread match fixing scandal. Can a network of organizations prevent it before it begins?
B. David Zarley
5.2.17
Social Media

8 Artists Put Their Instagram Feeds on Display in Chicago

A new show at Chicago’s Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art explores the role of social media in contemporary art practices.
B. David Zarley
4.27.17
50 states of art

Artists Pioneer a "Fairer Form of Gentrification" in Indiana | #50StatesofArt

Tube Factory Artspace invigorates the Garfield Park neighborhood in Indianapolis.
B. David Zarley
2.25.17
esports

​A Sliver of the Future: How Virtual Reality Pushes Esports' Boundaries

Is the newest wave of spectator sports already facing a huge evolution in how it's consumed?
B. David Zarley
2.14.17
esports

​The Sporting Singularity: How Traditional Sports and Esports Are Dovetailing

Several developments in September pushed two disparate fields closer together than ever. What does that mean for the future of sports?
B. David Zarley
11.9.16
Art

These Munchie-Shaped Pipes Will Give You the Munchies

Snack-themed ceramic pipes offer a new way to play with your food.
B. David Zarley
11.7.16
Art

This Towel Covers Your Private Parts with Private Parts

Ken Kagami’s collaboration with THE THING Quarterly undresses censorship and body politics with a fluffy bath towel and an essay from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
B. David Zarley
10.26.16
Skateboarding

A Tribute to Dylan Rieder from Skaters Who Never Knew Him, But Loved Him

It was impossible to see Rieder at work and not feel the immense desire to skate yourself.
B. David Zarley
10.18.16
Art

For This Photojournalist, People Are More Important Than Pictures

Through immersion and collaboration, photojournalist Alyssa Schukar adds context to a complicated world.
B. David Zarley
10.16.16
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