In 2018, the cinema feels like a more precious space than ever. How many other places do we have in the world where we go to sit, in the dark, with our attention entirely transfixed on one thing for at
When you think of the famed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, skateboarding might not be what immediately comes to mind, but limited edition decks will be the product of her upcoming collaboration with MoMA.
It might be hard to believe due to his ageless nature, but Rick Owens has been designing his eponymous label since 1994. Originally debuting it in New York, he moved the company to Paris in 2003 and the
Collaborations between headphone companies, musicians, and fashion brands are nothing new – just think of Rihanna rocking a pair of crystal Dolce & Gabanna headphones, or Beats headphones teaming up with
In 1889, author Oscar Wilde penned in The Decay of Lying that life imitates art. “The self-conscious aim of life is to find expression,” he wrote, “and art offers (life) certain beautiful forms through
Damien Hirst is one of the most successful artists of our time, but he’s also one of the most controversial. While his Instagram is nothing new, recently @damienhirst’s tone has changed to a more direct,
Describing his account as, “the deadliest on Instagram” and himself as “the coldest person living in Massachusetts”, @godzdntdie is the alias of the C.Scangas – the man serving us fashion and gore daily.
One of Japan’s most prolific and controversial photographers, Nobuyoshi Araki, is set to release his new book Blue Period/Last Summer: Arakinema in December, which will focus on his lesser-known work experimental
He may be Britain’s most beloved living artist, selling out blockbuster exhibitions with new works into his 80s. But David Hockney still has room for improvement when it comes to painting, according to
When we speak to Gareth Pugh and Nick Knight, it is a few days prior to the premiere of an unorthodox, ambitious, and at the time top-secret project, slotted into London Fashion Week’s schedule where SS18
Back in March, we reported that a new era of Helmut Lang was coming – Hood By Air’s Shayne Oliver would be designing a collection, with Dazed’s Editor-in-Chief, Isabella Burley, acting as the brand’s Now,
It’s been ninety-nine-years since his death and 20th-century artist Egon Schiele is still as radical and prolific as he ever was. Now regarded as a leading figure in Austrian Expressionism, during the
If Xavier Veilhan’s diverse artistic record is anything to go by, his offering at this year’s Venice Biennale could cover pretty much anything – from film, to sculpture to architectural installation. it
Fashion, however, is another kettle of fish because it is an art that is lived, occurring at all hours of the day. Additionally, the high fashion industry is a made-to-order one, often based on a limited
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Burgers are about as fancy as I get at most cookouts, but if I'm really celebrating I'll ditch the ground beef and break out the steak—it's hard to look at an open flame
The curator for a new sci-fi exhibit at the Barbican explains how the genre has shaped design, from branding to architecture, over more than a century. The Barbican Centre has been a storied center for