A typical member of the paparazzi can often be seen chasing down celebrities at literally any cost, taking high risks to capture a person at their best, or in many instances even at their worst. Bill Cunningham, however, is a different breed of a photographer. While he is known for his unexpected frames of celebrities and New York’s elite, the eighty-three-year-old fashion and street photographer has continuously earned the distinct respect of those he photographs.
If your dreams encountered zithers, glockenspiels, and synthesizers, it would sound something like Freelance Whales. The members of Freelance Whales use many different kinds of instruments in their music. Uncommon instruments like the glockenspiel and the zither make their way into the band’s songs. This is something that challenges, but also excites the musicians.
When I think of Jordans or J’s, almost immediately a picture of the classic Air Jordan 1’s pops up in my head, and also the thought of how I can get my hands on a pair of them. Most people can agree that a nice pair of fresh Jordans; with no creases can definitely uplift anyone's mood. When the words ‘art’ and ‘jordans’ show up in the same sentence, it now becomes a little harder to entertain the thought. Brooklyn-based artistMichael Murphyhas figured out how to perfectly blend the two together in a way that emphasizes the viewer's perspective; depending on where they are standing in the room.
One of the most enduring philosophical conversations is Hobbes’ and Rousseau's debate of whether a man is inherently good or inherently evil. This debate can be found – in its purest form – in children. They can be cute, naïve, and innocent, but often equally destructive and cruel. This duality of both good and bad is what defines most of our childhoods, and that duality can be found in the mischievous, yet cherubic children illustrated by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara.
The clothing and fashion industry has become increasingly dominated by fast fashion and non-eco-friendly practices, leaving so many aspiring and talented designers in the dust. Designers and creatives have had to try to forge their own way through the industry, which is exactly what Atlanta-based designer Rochelle Porter has done.
The world surrounding handbags is a marvelous one. Finding a nice handbag that matches your mood and your style isn’t as easy as it sounds. According to Management Today, a website centered around British business, the average woman in the UK owns 14 handbags! In 2007, 1 in every 8 handbags sold in the UK was a Radley & Co bag.