As archaeologists dig deeper into the burial mound, ancient sources tell a tale of family drama and palace intrigue.
Over at Gizmodo, writer Alissa Walker takes a look at the implications of the successful campaign of some Hollywood-sign-adjacent NIMBYs to obscure public paths to the popular tourist attraction. “Mapping companies might blur satellite imagery in the name of public safety, like certain international borders and government buildings.
Tom Kondrat is a Polish-born photographer who recently moved to Taiwan. Right after moving, he developed a fascination with typhoons from the reports he would here on the news and stories from the locals
Faced with a large pile of cedar brush, Celine from Pure Green Magazine decided to make smudge sticks. A quick and simple seasonal DIY, the cedar will help cleanse the air and make your home smell fresh. READ MORE »
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
Following their signature hybrid of ambient and indie rock, the latest track from Brooklyn-based band Snowmine is beautifully haunting from beginning to end.
Ry X: Sweat “With ‘Sweat’ we wanted to convey a sense of rawness that inherently lives in this track, a live take in a bathroom studio,” says Ry X of his latest video, co-directed with long time collaborator Dugan O’Neal. “I tend to go more linear with ideas, Ry wants go as abstract as possible but the same creative energy is there,” adds the Los Angeles-based director O’Neal.
Here, courtesy of the National Book Foundation, a video montage of the evening’s best moments from behind the podium.
A series from the Brooklyn-based photographer Zachary Smith captures the meta sight of tourists snapping their own shots.
For the past two years, Irish artist Oliver Jeffers has explored the fickle, yet forgiving nature of human memory through his live performance and painted series Dipped Paintings , which we recently experienced firsthand .