In his new design book, Ryan Korban: Luxury Redefined (Harper Collins), Ryan Korban not only reveals his approach, but also reminds us that sometimes creativity can’t be taught.
If there’s one thing this year’s Oscars taught us, it’s that the world (read: the Internet) really wants Leonardo DiCaprio to win an Oscar . After failing to follow through on his fourth nomination, you might expect DiCaprio to give up and start making ill-advised…
From 1995 to 1996 photographer Carrie Mae Weems created a groundbreaking body of work titled “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried”. The series is made up of 34 appropriated images from the 19th and 20th-centuries which she reprinted using a red filter and framed under glass that had been sandblasted with overlying text.
With Delaney Mills and new bassist Michael Roberts, Mat Cothran is in the process of crafting his first proper full length under the Elvis Depressedly name, called New Alhambra .
Love what we are seeing in the works of Duarte Vitoria, a Portuguese painter who does variations on portraits. For over 12 years now, the artist has shown in galleries around the world, most recently with Witzenhausen Gallery at Art Copenhagen.
Petit Bateau x Satu Maaranen
To mark the release of her new book “Berlin Street Style,” the L.A. expat shares her favorite places for eating, shopping and taking in the fashion scene in her adopted hometown.
Rufus Wainwright is in an enviable place: established and celebrated enough to warrant looking back, by way of a “Best Of” collection out this month; but constantly working and challenging himself, too. He’s currently writing his second opera, based on the life of Emperor Hadrian and due to debut at the Canadian Opera Company in 2018.
In Justin Go’s debut novel, The Steady Running of The Hour (Simon & Schuster), the search for love is tangled in the past and its mysteries.
Well, this is fun. Halley Docherty, a Google Street View specialist at The Guardian, took classic album covers and put them into their exact locations around the world