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Frida Kahlo on the Meanings of the Colors

From the color of madness and mystery to that of distance and tenderness.<p>More than a century after Goethe’s theoretical inquiry into the emotional hues of color, <b>Frida Kahlo</b> (July 6, 1907–July 13, 1954) contemplated the question from a far more intuitive place in a fragment from <b>The Diary of Frida</b> …

Invest in Startups You Love - Equity Crowdfunding

It's much riskier<p>Never invest more than you can afford to lose. Startups and small businesses are hard, and even the best founders fail.<p>The outcomes …

Bye, Twitter. All the cool kids are migrating to Mastodon.

In the battle between a massive prehistoric beast and a fluttering bird, we all know what's destined to come out on top.<p>But in the case of Mastodon, …

Social Media

Accidental Fashion Illustrator Captures the Elegant Woman in Her Element

Elusive yet alluring figures populate the work of Kelly Beeman.<p>Desiring simply to incorporate clothing into her illustrations, Kelly Beeman highlights the sumptuousness of fashion—the way it can transform a figure and serve as eye candy for the viewer. In this way, she became a fashion illustrator …

The Most Beautiful Illusion

<i>FILMMAKER, POET, NOVELIST, comics writer, mime, actor, theater director, soundtrack composer, “psychomagician,” Tarot reader: Alejandro Jodorowsky</i> …

Literature

works of Marc Montaret displayed at the gardens of the Hotel de Ville of Dakar,Senegal © Dembagueye

Meeting the Grandmaster of Japanese Pop-Psych Art

A talented 24-year-old graphic designer with dreams of becoming a painter, <b>Tadanori Yokoo</b> arrived in Tokyo in 1960, just as the city was erupting into …

Prune Nourry's Immersive "Anima" Exhibition at The Invisible Dog

For eight years now, sculptor Prune Nourry has been fascinated by what she refers to as "the frontier between the human and the animal." This exploration, as well as the concept of soul, has infused her works from inspiration to execution. Her latest exhibition, "Anima" at Brooklyn's The Invisible …

Anthropology

Not a Millionaire? Still No Reason You Shouldn’t be an Art Collector !

March 12, 2016<p>Gordana Sretenović. Teaching English and writing for a living. Obsessed with Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg. Desires to travel the …

5 best new illustration tools for March

If you work in illustration – or other areas of graphic design and art – you're probably too busy with a logo design or your latest mood board to …

The Only Thing Better than Plain Rice Is Crispy Rice

Rice is good. Crispy rice is better.<p>If you've been wondering how to add a thin, golden crust to your fluffy white rice without burning the house down, we've got a secret to tell you: It's way easier than you think.<p>Got a pot of rice that's a couple days old? This method reintroduces moisture and …

Cooking

The 16-year-old designer shaking up the music industry

Benji Taylor is not your standard 16-year-old. After building up a shamefully impressive graphic portfolio, the London designer has sent sky-high shockwaves across the pond – with artists like Ram Riddlz and A$AP Ant among the many tapping his talents. On top of that, he’s also casually managed to …

Rare Photographs of Frida Kahlo Shed Light on Her Legendary Life

Frida Kahlo

marcel lisboa's digital collages interweave ornamentation with avant-garde

<b>marcel lisboa’s digital collages interweave ornamentation with avant-garde</b><br>(above) ‘a heart on a famous hill’<br>all images courtesy of marcel lisboa<p><b>with</b> …

Why The 21st-Century Economy Needs More Polymaths

Many of the intellectual and creative greats of the past mastered many projects. Maybe this is a challenge we all need to take on.<p>When Picasso got bored with painting things as they appeared, he began to experiment with colors and shapes—an endeavor he would pursue for the rest of his life.<p>My …

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On the Red Couch with Style Icon Garance Doré

<i>The fashion industry is like a walled garden: beautiful inside, full of exotic and towering specimens holding court. Perched on a hedge you’ll find</i> …

Introducing The Reconstructionists: A Yearlong Celebration of History’s Remarkable Women

It can be extraordinarily challenging to write about notable women without ghettoizing it as “women’s issues,” and yet some of the most remarkable hearts and minds to drive humanity forward have come equipped with two X chromosomes. It gives me enormous pleasure to announce a new collaboration with …

The 7 Most Powerful Women to Watch in 2014

This story appears in the January 2014 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>These seven innovators are having a major influence on technology, healthcare and the government. Their ideas are changing the ways we do businessand addressing broader issues of national security, gender bias, world poverty …