New Zealand Is Burning Out a Generation of Young Artists
The country is being praised for their “wellbeing” budget, which measures quality of life alongside money. But artists are still feeling the impact of funding cuts that have made it seemingly impossible to forge a fair living as a creative.
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Are Seth Rogen's Ceramics Any Good?
We asked some legit ceramicists.
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Photographer Idris Solomon Shoots The Kind of Black Love Seen in Rom-Coms
Inspired by movies like 'Love Jones,' Solomon aims to show Black love existing beyond the screen.
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How it Feels to Deliver (and Receive) the World’s Most Hardcore Blackwork Tattoo
We interviewed the creators of "Feris Tergo"—the ultimate in performance art BDSM.
Striking Photos by Teenagers Living in Jordan's Za'atari Refugee Camp
These photographers balance the traditional teen complexities of adulthood and identity with having to redefine their sense of home.
Watching AI Slowly Forget a Human Face Is Incredibly Creepy
This time lapse of a neural network with the neurons slowly switching off is a haunting experiment in machine learning.
A Psychoanalyst Explains Why Men Draw Dicks on Everything
Since time immemorial, men have been drawing dicks on stuff. But why? We attempted to unravel this timeless mystery.
Stephanie H. Shih's Food Ceramics Nourish Asian-American Memory
"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."
What Makes A Gay Icon?
A new gallery show at Lévy Gorvy delves into Andy Warhol's relationships with the women he immortalized in art.
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I Ate Cat to See if Invasive Species Could Be a Part of Our Diets
Contemporary artist Kirsha Kaechele also served up some pigeon, horse, and cane toad in an attempt to reframe the way we think about "pests".
These Photos Depict the Bizarre, Eerie Beauty of the All-American Road Trip
Photographer Joshua Dudley Greer's new book, 'Somewhere Along The Line,' distills seven years and 100,000 miles driven into images.
We Spoke to Joan Cornellá, the Artist Who Really Should Have Been Cancelled By Now
You will have almost definitely seen his work on Instagram, whether it's an influencer being shot point blank in the face or a mother jump-shotting her newborn baby.