Hugs Are Weird, These Sculptures Explain Why
Artist Rosalie Yu's 'Embrace' project seeks to "reveal the seemingly interminable feeling of vulnerability brought on by an embrace."
[Books] Taschen Explores the 'Art of Burning Man'
It's definitely a collector's item, so maybe don't burn it?
Goldroom Is a Beach-Tinted Songwriter, But Don’t Label Him Tropical House
"I could write a song that's as good as 'Free Fallin'' or 'Wonderwall,' then I can die happy."
Why Fugazi's Politics Are as Frighteningly Relevant Today as They Were in 1988
From gentrification to sexual assault on college campuses, Ian MacKaye's dire predictions for the future have all come true.
A Date With RYME
We went for lunch with Meech and Rynecologist, after the release of their first EP on Boys Noize Records. As with all good dates, a mix(tape) was involved.
Apex Tour is the DJ-centric Concert Series You Shouldn’t Wear Kandi to
“The art of DJing kind of took a backseat in the recent past.”
Sasha Discusses His New Remix, and the Importance of Breaking the Rules
The deep-house legend opens up about the difficulty of perfecting a track, and how he’s avoided the mainstream EDM crush.
Djemba Djemba Wants to Blow Your Mind In and Outside the Club
We spoke to Djemba Djemba about Mad Decent pioneering the producer model, who he likes to work with, and kids running shit on the Internet.
Viral Style: A/C Vests And Social Media Bracelets
Scouring dashboards and the URL world to bring you a selection of fashion tidbits in digestible weekly portions.
William Edwin Wright and Charlotte McManus
The Photo Issue 2012
Anders Petersen was born in 1944 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 1966, he studied at Christer Strömholm's School of Photography in Stockholm. A year later, he began photographing the Café Lehmitz in Hamburg, which launched his photography career.