This Makeover Artist Dismantles Traditional Constructs of Beauty
Unlike other artworks, the cosmetic creations are inherently ephemeral.
The Art of the Makeover | Perspectives, Erica Prince
We get a firsthand experience inside the Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist's colorful characters.
The Creators Project
Home Games: The Strange Overlapping Borders of Sports Fandom
To be a fan is, first and foremost, to join a tribe. But the borders of these sports homelands, and what's at stake, are more confusing than they first appear.
Everyone Is Pretty Much Lying All the Time, According to a Professor Who Studies Deception
On the continuum between total truth-telling and dishonesty, most of what people say falls somewhere in between.
A Psychologist Explains Why People Get Bad Tattoos
Clichéd tattoos are "kind of like a safety blanket to give your life meaning," says Dr. Kirby Farrell.
Why Madonna's Unapologetic 'Bedtime Stories' Is Her Most Important Album
When Madonna found herself in the middle of a scandal 20 years ago, she apologized by saying she wasn't sorry with 'Bedtime Stories.'
Mary von Aue
Science Suggests Humans Are Biologically Wired To Like Art
This is your brain on art.
Could 'Birth Credits' Stop Overpopulation?
Is it time to look at options that will help curb population growth to protect the environment and the human species as a whole?
The Brutal Lens of YouTube
In 1969, Eddie Adams won the Pulitzer Prize for Photography for his shot of "General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing a Viet Cong prisoner in Saigon." Later, he would lament the notoriety of the image and how it become synonymous with the atrocity and...