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Audra's Embraced Imperfection

Like this entry? Favorite it below!<p>Name:AudraLocation:Dallas, TXSquare Feet:860Division:SmallWhat I Love About My Small Home:I love that our home …

Celine's Perfect Size

Like this entry? Favorite it below!<p>Name:CélineLocation:Paris FRANCESquare Feet:430Division:InternationalWhat I Love About My Small Home:It's hard to …

Arctic Monkeys Cover Tame Impala's "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards"

Arctic Monkeys recently participated in Triple j's "Like A Version" cover series, which features bands covering the songs of other bands. Check out Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner covering Tame Impala's "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" (which was also recently reworked by Kendrick Lamar for …

Arctic Monkeys

These Gorgeous Screenprints Showcase a City's Most Famous Structures

As part of a project called "Shapes of Cities," London-based designer Yoni Alter takes a handful of iconic buildings from various metropolitan areas …

Members Of Slint, Grails Form Watter

There's something stirring around Louisville, Kentucky.<p>The area has long been a hub for experimental musicians, producing a slew of genre-smashing, …

Features

Fashion<p>/ Vincent Levy / 14 · 08 · 2017<p>Clarks Originals Introduce the Trigenic Evo<p>Fashion<p>/ ClashFashion / 21 · 03 · 2018<p>Nike: Air Max 270<p>Fashion<p>/ …

Step Into: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

The transporting set of director Wes Anderson's film <i>The Grand Budapest Hotel</i> is actually situated some 400 miles north of the Hungarian capital—in …

Wes Anderson's 6 Most Stylish Characters

<b>Over the last twenty years</b> Wes Anderson has proven himself among the cinema's most dedicated perfectionists. These days every image he shoots looks as if it's been meticulously, painstakingly handcrafted, designed down to the smallest detail. But unlike notorious control freaks such as, say, …

Harold Budd: the composer with no urge to make music

It's a strange thing for anyone to say, but from a renowned composer it's especially baffling. "I'm not much of a music fan," says Harold Budd towards the end of a warm, engaging if occasionally mystifying conversation. "I just don't listen to music – at all!" Even more surprising, perhaps, is the …

Damon Albarn – ‘Blur Recorded 15 New Songs’

Damon Albarn speaks to NME about winning the Award For Innovation at the NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas, why he’d give the prize to XL’s Richard …

Listen: Inventions (Explosions in the Sky, Eluvium Members): "Peaceable Child"

Inventions: "Peaceable Child" (via SoundCloud)<p>Explosions in the Sky guitarist Mark T. Smith and Eluvium's Matthew Cooper have teamed up to form Inventions, a new collaborative project. The duo's eponymous debut arrives April 1 via Temporary Residence Ltd. Following "Entity," they've shared another …

Inventions

‘Wrinkle’, a clever piece by Tim Lahan - The Fox Is Black

I’m a huge fan of Tim Lahan who makes super clever illustrations that I’m always happy to see. Earlier today he released a one-of-a-kind print called</i> …

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Mark Rothko on the Transcendent Power of Art and How (Not) To Experience His Paintings

Between January and July of 1956, a pivotal point in art when abstraction and realism confronted one another in a particularly fierce conflict and fine art was exorcising its ambivalence about the “organic” and the “formal” on canvases the world over, the celebrated writer, poet, critic, and public …

Feature | Rub-down revolution

Autumn 2013<p>Rub-down revolution<p>A generation before home computers, Letraset’s dry transfer lettering made desktop typography possible – and gave a …

Typography

Noted #58

Friday, 3:37pm<br>14 February 2014<p>Postcards from the Letterform Archive; Ronan Guillou’s ‘This is Not a Map’ of Las Vegas; No Fixed Format: The Sochi …

Love and Math: Equations as an Equalizer for Humanity

French polymath Henri Poincaré saw in mathematics a metaphor for how creativity works, while autistic savant Daniel Tammet believes that math expands our circle of empathy. So how can a field so diverse in its benefits and so rich in human value remain alienating to so many people who subscribe to …

Paris's best bakeries

Marie-Anotinette knew it: bread and cake (and brioche) are very different things. As patissier Eric Lanlard has told The Telegraph previously, there is a rivalry between bakers and pastry chefs in France, and woe betide he who confuses them. Pastries may steal the show when it comes to aesthetics - …

Pastry Paris - Telegraph

Feature | Scribble and strum

<b>The Journal of Popular Noise</b><p>The moment you see it, you know this is something unusual. The music that comes with <i>TJPN</i> matches its esoteric look and …

Book of revelations

Thursday, 9:00am<br>13 February 2014<p>Multiple Signatures: On Designers, Authors, Readers and Users<p>By Michael Rock / 2x4<br>Designed by Michael Rock and …

Lemony Snicket and Lisa Brown’s Charming Illustrated Allegory about Curiosity, the Imagination, and the Subjectivity of Observation

Few children’s book writers today could compare in humor, sensitivity, and sheer creative irreverence to <b>Lemony Snicket</b>, the young-readers pen name of grown-up author Daniel Handler, under which he has penned such magnificent creative collaborations as <i>13 Words</i>, illustrated by the great Maira Kalman,</i> …

The beautiful magazines setting out to prove print isn't dead

The magazine is dead, long live the magazine. It's not so much a resurrection of the magazine in the digital age as an explosion. A visit to any of the larger bookshops – Foyle's in London, or independent shops such as Colours May Vary in Leeds, Material in east London – will reveal an array of …

Recent Works of Photographer Richard Caldicott

British artist and photographer Richard Caldicott’s latest exhibition, Recent Work, 2010-2013, displays his photogram and paper negatives at New York …

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What The Hell Is This Radiohead App All About Then, Eh?

This morning, news emerged that <b>Radiohead</b> – you know, that really popular band with all those highly acclaimed albums… that one – were releasing an …

Richard Russell Remixes Damon Albarn

Aside from being head honco of one of the biggest labels in the country, <b>Richard Russell</b> is also no mean shakes in the production department.<p>The XL …

Clash Likes To Score: Ten 21st Century 10/10s

Clash is crunching through what it means to assign number ratings to album reviews. We’ve reconsidered our scoring guidelines and made them <b>public</b> so …

John Lennon’s Semi-Sensical Poetry and Prose, Illustrated with His Charming Drawings

There is something singularly heartening about famous creators with secret talents, about discovering such little-known delights as William Faulkner’s Jazz Age art, Richard Feynman’s drawings, Marilyn Monroe’s poetry, Rube Goldberg’s political art, Liberace’s culinary zest, Hans Christian …