Unpublished photography by Lloyd Ziff offers an intimate look at the early days of the cultural icons' fabled relationship. Photographer Lloyd Ziff first met Robert Mapplethorpe in 1964. The pair had started
The elusive Bristol street artist Banksy has hit the headlines again recently after opening a store named Gross Domestic Product in South London. It is (literally) a shop window where people can see displayed
Nearly a century of branding, advertising, and graphic art are showcased in a new exhibit celebrating Japanese designers. Japanese media has long been celebrated for its uniquely graphic visual language.
Did you know that only around 7% of United States-based pilots are women? Though low, this number is fortunately on the rise—thanks in part to equality awareness efforts by Delta Air Lines. On October
If you’re creating work about the imminent end of the planet we live on, we have some good news for you! (It’s not about the planet, the planet is still very much in danger.) Our world’s climate emergency
Tony Ray-Jones took this picture at the Windsor horse show in 1967. He was 25, and engaged in an all-consuming personal project to capture the essence of “the English way of life … before it becomes more
Since she arrived as a young Cumbrian folkie recycling the canon, Maz O’Connor has transformed into a highly individual singer-songwriter, whose vocals have acquired a swooping freedom reminiscent of Mitchell,