Thousands of police brutality protesters rally at Mall of America
A mass of demonstrators chanting, 'Black lives matter,' converged in the Mall of America rotunda on Saturday as part of a protest against police brutality and caused the mall to close.
CA exclusive: Iceland’s first type foundry
by anyone’s standards, icelandic graphic designer guðmundur úlfarsson is pretty busy these days. on top of his usual client work he’s also hard at work setting up the country’s first ever type foundry, or, with fellow graphic designer mads freund brunse. we took time out of our inspired by iceland tour to catch up with him at his home in reykjavík…
Behold, Political T-Shirts That Actually Mean Something
Political slogans have become the fallback for brands to address societal issues on the runway — but Ashish proved that these can actually be powerful (and not gimmicky) statements at its London Fashion Week show.
Bridget Christie: I’m having my Jeremy Corbyn moment. Have you had yours?
‘Suddenly I understood Corbyn-mania. I understood how this principled, unassuming 66-year-old man had captured the hearts of so many young people and disheartened Labour voters’
Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.
Since February 1st a new exhibition is held at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) on the Islamic arts of Arab countries and Iran: Islamic Art Now. World famous Shirin Neshat, iconic artist o…
Hard-Boiled Photog Blends the Old With the New
Bill Eppridge has shot many of the historic events of the last half-century and believes the power of documentary photography will always live on, no matter how many photos are out there in however many formats.
Ferguson in the art world
Sid Monroe, of the Monroe Gallery of Photography, explains how news coverage from Ferguson, Mo., ended up in one of the world's foremost art photography shows.