How can we remember those who drown at sea? Kelly Grovier looks at a floating memorial to Syrian refugees who have died in the Mediterranean. The death at sea of a loved one is a fate that haunts survivors
The winners of this year's aerial photography competition run by online site Dronestagram have been announced. The winning pictures taken using drone cameras were selected from thousands of entries by
Scientists have designed a robotic stingray that could help our understanding of the human heart. The miniature robot, one-tenth the scale of the actual fish, moves using heart cells taken from a rat.
From pale pink numbers to a veil adorned with children's doodles, this bridal fashion is among the world's prettiest. From pale pink numbers to a veil adorned with children's doodles (leave it to Angelina
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Sources of millennial anxiety may include a tough job market and student debt as well as psychological causes I've covered previously such as ambition addiction, career crises and choice-overload. But
Artist Shantell Martin's quirky, creepy, wild adult coloring book unfolds into a nine-foot work of art. In the midst of an unprecedented wave of adults turning to coloring to ease their anxiety, artist
Congratulations. You just hired a great new employee with a great work ethic and a lot of experience. But as the ink dries on the contract, you start wondering … will he like the culture? Will she be Will
The most successful people I know make navigating business and life look easy, often because they have their crap together more than most people. They get up early, stay in front of health issues, and
In this extract from her new book, The Lonely City, Olivia Laing explains why Edward Hopper’s urban scenes so expertly capture the experience of loneliness. What is it about Hopper? Every once in a while
Mayfair, home of the 1 percent’s 1 percent, has seen a flare-up of drama of all sorts in recent months. The Taubman family feud, which should come to a resolution at a multi-million-dollar Sotheby’s auction
In good times and in bad, the ladies of the Dictators' Wives Club sure put up with a lot: corruption, political uprisings, and often other wives. Some, like Rwandan first lady Jeannette Kagame, use their
The fashion industry was a very different place ten years ago, when 3.1 Phillip Lim debuted its first collection. For one thing, there was no 3.1 Phillip Lim—which may seem like a master-of-obvious fact
Love isn’t pornography, argue its directors. Sure, there’s sex in it, but the whole point of the film is to look at a “non-pornographic exploration of the beauty of love making”. The controversial 3D from
Internet users who have apparently shared a movie illegally have received letters threatening them with legal action if they don't pay up Dozens of UK broadband customers have been accused of pirating
Jesse Eisenberg in "The Social Network" Counterintuitive new research suggests we’re often our most dynamic selves when we’re completely drained Madhuvanthi Kannan June 12, 2015 8:30am (UTC) This article
More and more people in education agree on the importance of learning stuff other than academics. But no one agrees on what to call that "stuff". There are least seven major overlapping terms in play.
While the glitz and glam of the fashion world are usually limited to the designers, celebrities and models who strut in fashion weeks around the world, illustrators are making their way into the spotlight.