Most teenagers are contrarians, but few capitalise on their inconsistencies as well as Bridie Monds-Watson. She is a teenager who has been skateboarding longer than she’s played guitar yet writes world-weary
Ten tracks related to the brilliant, bald musician There was a New Yorker article, published over the summer, explaining how musician-producer Brian Eno allowed randomness to take control of his work,
The World Architecture Festival wrapped up its 2014 contest earlier this month, bestowing awards upon 33 buildings that are making innovative design a priority across the globe. From a community library
Mike Breach, barista extraordinaire, is stepping up his game as the Academy Awards approach. He’s in the process of “painting” this year’s Best Picture nominees — in lattes. So far he’s finished Dallas
Over the past 50 years, wind, water, fog, 3D, and even Smell-O-Vision have graced our theaters in the name of cinematic enhancement. How then, has the humble book remained largely unchanged for centuries?
8-bit-inspired art has made a big splash in recent years, touching on the nostalgia many feel for old-school gaming. Artist Adam Lister's work is no exception. In an email exchange with The Verge, Lister