Watch Millions of Years of Human Evolution Unfold on This Artist's Face

Emma Allen spent hours in front of the mirror putting together this stop motion self portrait.


Chile’s ‘Uber of Recycling’ Is Sparking a Recycling Revolution

ReciclApp is filling a void in places where door-to-door recycling simply doesn’t exist.


New Chilean Mural Brings a Tower-Sized Message to the World

Italian street artist Millo urges, “Nevergiveup.”


This Short Animation Will Make You Quit Your Job

Move over Dilbert, there's a sick and twisted office reality to be explored.


Watch Our Entire Three-Part Series on the History of Electronic Music In Cuba

In SUB.Culture:Cuba we learn how a few pioneering electroacoustic musicians and a younger generation of DJ/producers have bridged the island's gap between technology and electronic beats.


Meet DJ Jigüe, Cuba’s Answer to J Dilla

The producer helped bring hip-hop to the island—now he's ready to introduce his electrified Afro-Cuban rhythms to the world.


After a Historic Year For Their Music Scene, Electronic Music In Cuba Is Here to Stay

In the the third installment of the series, we head to Santiago de Cuba, to see how dance music’s path through the decades has resulted in the scene’s most vibrant moment.


Here’s How Cuba’s First DJs Turned Economic Turmoil Into an Underground House and Techno Movement

In the economically devastated early 90s, DJs like Djoy de Cuba, Wichy de Vedado, and DJ Jigue, found catharsis in a new community of parties, clubs, and sounds.


How do Cubans Make Electronic Music Without Reliable Internet?

The cost and inconvenience of getting online in Cuba is forcing its small but bustling dance music community to seek out creative ways to make beats.


Chilean Wineries Need to Earthquake-Proof Their Stock

Chile is famous for wine and earthquakes, which can be a disastrous combination as glass bottles are an all-too-vulnerable casualty of shaken earth and collapsing buildings.


I Tried to Find a Record Store in Cuba and Ended Up Participating in a Santeria Ritual

Hunting for records in Santiago, Cuba taught me about the beauty of the chase in a place where vinyl has nearly gone extinct.


Latin America's Largest Airline Says It Is Suspending Flights to Venezuela

The decision by LATAM Airlines to suspend its flights to Venezuela follows a similar announcement by Lufthansa. It comes at time when a deep economic crisis has triggered widespread food and medicine shortages, frequent power cuts, and sporadic looting.