Art

Photography

These Glorious Photos Show Off the Subversive World Where Drag Meets Wrestling

"With Choke Hole we want to take wrestling and amplify [its] queer subtext explicitly. We want to show that queer people can be strong."
Harron Walker
7.9.19
food-features

Why This Baker Turned Chernobyl and the Oklahoma City Bombing Into Cakes

Brooklyn-based Paige Heimark is a 'disaster artist' who uses cake to underscore how we consume trauma.
Emma Orlow
7.1.19
Art

Beautiful, Never-Before-Seen Photos of New York City's 1977 Pride March

Shortly after coming out, photographer Meryl Meisler attended and shot her first Pride march. She never looked at the pictures until now.
Meryl Meisler
6.27.19
Photos

Photos of LGBTQ People's 'Chosen Families'

Throughout history, LGBTQ people have found sanctuary from discrimination in chosen families – kinship groups and communities bound by shared identity, not blood.
Zing Tsjeng
6.24.19
Google

This Artist Is Hacking Google to Create Surreal Street View Art

Brooklyn-based artist Jason Isolini has inserted over 42 immersive pieces of art into Google Maps’s Street View tool.
Caroline Haskins
6.20.19
Art

Hugo Gyrl's Queer Feminist Graffiti Keeps the Spirit of LGBTQ Rebellion Alive

"I'm not saying pride should be a riot every year. But these rainbow flag binches need to know that people before them fought for their comfort."
Taylor Hosking
6.19.19
Art

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.
André-Naquian Wheeler
6.13.19
Culture

40 Years of New York City Captured Through a Taxi Driver's Photos

Matt Weber's new book "Street Trip: Life in NYC" captures a driver's eye view of the city's raw energy.
Miss Rosen
6.7.19
food news

Miley Cyrus Accused of Plagiarizing Fruit-Fingering Artist in New Video

Cyrus is also facing accusations of copying another Instagram artist's pro-choice cake for a Planned Parenthood campaign.
Jelisa Castrodale
6.6.19
Art

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.
Michelle Heimerman
6.6.19
Art

Delphine Diallo's Portraits Of Women of Color Come With Purpose

The French and Senegalese artist wants to change the way women are seen.
André-Naquian Wheeler
6.4.19
programming

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.
Samantha Cole
6.4.19
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