Objectively Correct Lists
Every Burial Song, Ranked
Forget the mystery and the fame, the producer born William Bevan's always been "about the tunes." So we ranked all of them.
In Poland, the Art of Confession Gets Personal
Artists use their own stories to create more universal visibility in 'Ministry of Internal Affairs. Intimacy as Text.'
Delicate Paper Calligraphy Showcases a Cheerful Alphabet
Find your paper-cut initials in Sabeena Karnik’s delicate typeface and calligraphy pieces.
Brilliant Text Animation Pits Bunny Against Robot
Nathaniel Akin's 'A Tax on Bunny Rabbits' uses text alone to create a charming and funny animation.
Meet the Artist Pickling Film In Tear Gas Remedies
Basim Magdy's colorful oeuvere of various mediums hints at a complex future.
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A Stark Animated Short Sheds Light on Trans Discrimination in Argentina
In Argentina, transgendered people face educational and employment discrimination. This animation explores the details.
Sext Daniel Radcliffe’s Corpse in a New ‘Swiss Army Man’ Feature [Premiere]
Have a chat with Manny by texting ‘FEELINGS’ to 25827.
What Happens When You Let Your Phone Take You on a Bar Crawl
A London nightlife website recently launched a “concierge” messaging service that responds to texts at any hour with bar recommendations. I tested it out on a quiet Tuesday night.
We Asked People If Sexting Really Counts as Cheating
What you can and can't send to Becky with the good hair.
Say Goodbye to Steve Powers' Love Letter to Brooklyn
Cope with an excerpt from the celebrated street artist's book, 'A Love Letter to the City.'
The Graphic Novel 'Baddawi' Looks Back at Life in a Palestinian Refugee Camp
Leila Abdelrazaq adapted her father's stories of his youth into a powerful and compelling book about coming of age in a region defined by conflict.
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In Today's Comic, Julian Glander Enters the Secret World of Best Friend Sleepovers
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