Words

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Words About Love in Other Languages that Should Exist in English

These may come in handy next time emojis fail you.
Laila Tyack
4.12.17
relationships

What the Word You Use to Describe Your Partner Says About Your Relationship

"Babe", "Better Half", "Hubby", "Squeeze", or the worst: "Partner in Crime".
Angus Harrison
3.8.17
Stuff

24 New Human Emotions That Were Invented This Year

From Apron-huddling to a Zuckerpricking, we came up with some words to explain this total Dimbledown of a year.
Gavin Haynes
12.16.16
Features

We Quizzed Michael Mayer About Some of the Friends Who Helped Him Build His Best Album Yet

The Kompakt domo breaks down the art of collaboration on (and off) his best album yet.
Michaelangelo Matos
12.9.16
Cover Story

TRAVAIL FAMILLE PARTY: Welcome to Justice's Private Universe

Cover story: With their third album, 'Woman,' the Parisian hellraisers return to the church of their imagination.
Angus Harrison
12.1.16
thump news

Nina Kraviz Steps up for fabric 91 with a Plethora of Unreleased Material

The mix spans 41 tracks and ranges from Dutch electro to Russian IDM.
Alexander Iadarola
11.9.16
Art

Vivid Textiles Voice Unspoken Thoughts About Global Terrors

The psychedelic embroidered works of Henry Hussey combine religious vestments, military regalia and the written word.
DJ Pangburn
11.5.16
O2 Presents #NewNormal

These Mobile Dating Stories Will Melt Your Heart (Sort of)

The days of 'if anyone asks we met at a farmer's market' are long gone, and there's no need to be ashamed of meeting your partner online.
ADVERTORIAL
8.3.16
Stuff

What Your Choice of Drug Slang Says About You

From "hippy crack" to "high grade", the terms you use to describe drugs give away a lot.
Angus Harrison
7.25.16
Art

Quotes Become Symbolic Geometric Art in ‘Aretephos’

New York-based philosopher Apostolos Stefanopoulos wants to turn famous writers and philosphers’ words into highly symbolic digital art.
DJ Pangburn
5.9.16
language

A Twitter Bot Is Generating Fantastic New Words

Game designer Greg Borenstein’s new Twitter bot creates new words out of the “atoms of English”.
DJ Pangburn
4.27.16
Film

Learn the Depressing Vocabulary of '70s Korean Sweatshops

German filmmaker Nils Clauss guides you through the remnants of a factory boom town that peaked in the 80s.
Beckett Mufson
1.13.16