Five rebellious fashion zines to drop your cash on

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Too stuffy, too posh, too hetero. A generation of fashion fans, bored of mainstream media, have spent the last year curating independent zines, holding a kaleidoscope to the communities and subcultures to which they belong. From trashy Y2K cornershop mags, to sensitive trans+ photo series, to working-class style bibles, these zines aren’t vying for mass attention – it’s about giving their own people what they want, decorating entire spreads with the kind of off-kilter, regional stories andhellip;

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Bright Tufts, Coils, and Lengthy Stitches Are Embroidered into a Textured Typographic Series

All images © Panna Eszenyi, shared with permission

Graphic designer Panna Eszenyi shifts her practice to a more tactile medium in a series that deftly merges embroidery and typography. Created as part of the 36 Days of Type challenge, the thread-based alphabet is Eszenyi’s foray into the craft and an exercise in utilizing a wide variety of stitches. The resulting series fluctuates in font, color, and style with both ornate cross-hatched letters, tufted flourishes, and more minimal, geometric interpretations.

Eszenyi just finished her second year at Eszterházy Károly Egyetem in Eger, Hungary, and you can follow her projects on Behance and Instagram.



Never before seen Andy Warhol photographs go on display

Andy Warhol, Grace Jones (6/1984)

Andy Warhol carried a camera with him obsessively. Similarly to his tape recorder, he used this technology not only as an artistic medium and a means of documenting his life, but also as a way of negotiating the world around him. ”I think everybody should be a machine,” he famously claimed, arguably preferring to mediate intimacy and social anxiety with his lens rather than embrace the unalloyed chaos which the emotional life of humans invariablyhellip;

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The teen who recorded George Floyd’s murder won a Pulitzer Prize

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After 17-year-old Darnella Frazier recorded and posted the video of George Floyd’s May 2020 murder in Minneapolis, Black Lives Matter protesters all over the world took to the streets to condemn police brutality. Now, Frazier has been awarded ahellip;

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Paul Mescal, Saoirse Ronan, and Lakeith Stanfield star in sci-fi thriller

Paul Mescal, Saoirse Ronan, and Lakeith Stanfield

Paul Mescal, Saoirse Ronan, and Lakeith Stanfield are set to star in Lion director Garth Davis’ forthcoming sci-fi thriller, Foe.

The film is an adaptation of Iain Reid’s 2018 novel of the same name, which is set in the near future when Earth is on the brink of destruction. The story follows Junior (played by Mescal) and Hen (Ronan), a young married couple living on a remote farm, whose lives are thrownhellip;

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28 Must-Stay Appalachian Trail Shelters (State by State Guide)

America’s oldest mountain range stretches all the way from Georgia to Maine. And in between those states lies the Appalachian Trail, a journey over 2,000 miles that crosses through 14 states. As you travel along the strenuous expedition you’ll come across the Appalachian Trail Shelters. You’ll want to be ready for whatever your travels throw […]

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Marina Abramović reveals the secrets of her famous Method

Marina Abramović, WePresent (21021)

Marina Abramović has today released a never-before-seen introduction into her famous Abramović Method – a practice developed by the legendary performance artist as a continued way of enabling artists to connect with what she’s previously described as “the human now”. In a series of brand new video material, Abramović will herself guide viewers through a series of four fundamental exercises in anhellip;

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Eden Rain sings about scary new starts on ‘Rent In The City’

Eden Rain

Fans of girl in red, Billie Eilish, and Beabadoobee: here’s your next obsession. 21-year-old Eden Rain makes what she calls “sad bitch songs”, layering intimate lyrics about Gen Z existence over pared-back instrumentals. Counting influences as diverse as Barbra Streisand, Sufjan Stevens, and Drake, the rising songwriter’s voice goes from tender, read more raquo;