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Art

An Artist-Slash-Model Explores His Identity as an Immigrant

In the fashion industry, it is said that models are to be seen, not heard. Sang Woo Kim isn't playing ball.
Antwaun Sargent
2.14.17
Essays

What Leonard Cohen Taught My Dad (and Me) About Being a Man

The intellectual, detached masculinity of Cohen's music bridged a gap between generations.
Phil Witmer
11.14.16
video

Satanic Art: A Fight for Freedom

Is Satanism the most inclusive religion? Lucien Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple believes it is.
The Creators Project
10.25.16
Essays

Lights! Cameras! Azerbaijan! How I Lost My Life to the Eurovision Song Contest

When I left Harvard with a degree in experimental psychology eleven years ago, I had no plans to sacrifice my career, marriage, and sanity to the Eurovision Song Contest.
William Lee Adams
9.13.16
Art

The Personal, Experimental World of Performer Erin Markey | Not Dead Yet

Just when you thought alternative comedy couldn’t get more interesting...
Lorelei Ramirez
6.28.16
Stuff

Vomit, Anal Beads, and Crucifixes: The Things You Find When Moving into a New Place

The traces of the people who lived there before you can be horrifying.
Dana Alecu
5.26.16
Stuff

How It Feels When the Person You Love Has Depression

I'd never dated anyone who hadn't been on antidepressants, or spent time in a psychiatrist's office. That dark, brooding, introspective type: It draws me in.
Louise Mapleston
4.14.16
Stuff

Why I Ghosted My Boyfriend and Best Friends

We talked so much online that we became unable to deal with the emotional fallout of our lives IRL.
Georgina Lawton
1.15.16
News

The Infinite Loop Designed to Break the Data Mining Market

An endless loop of fake data.
Jordan Pearson
7.29.15
Words

GlobalGathering Was England's Thrust into American Dance Festival Culture

THUMP UK's John Calvert got stuck into the beauty and madness of it all.
John Calvert
8.1.14
Words

How Warp Records Took Me From Dork to Devotee

Joe Muggs looks back on a life guided by Warp Records.
Joe Muggs
7.23.14
Photo

Raiding an Online Archive of Weird Russian Photographs

Snooping around the back alleys of the web last month, I found myself in a Russian unsecured directory, where the residents of a region called Karelia back up all their files.
Zachary Pointon
6.4.14
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