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Create Pink Leopard-Spotted Hair Alongside Dye Savant Rebecca Mateydes

It’s hard to know what the future looks like in light of coronavirus, with ongoing quarantines and outbreaks making it ever more challenging to feel comfortable venturing outside the house. Indeed, the little things that brighten our days are more valuable then ever. Enter Rebecca Mateydes, a Ukrainian influencer keen on introducing the uninitiated to […]

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Young Black Designers Want to Dismantle the Fashion Power Structure

The fashion industry is facing a reckoning. Since the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement and protests against racial injustices spread all over the world, companies are being forced to confront their racist behaviors. The public has criticized some brands for releasing statements supporting the fight against racism while failing to address a lack […]

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What Does a Game Owe to Its Player?

This article contains significant spoilers for The Last of Us and The Last of Us: Part 2.On June 20, a few hours into playing the PlayStation 4 title The Last of Us: Part 2, the gaming YouTuber Justin McCarthy uploaded a video onto his channel, J’s Reviews. “I’m in utter shock,” he said. “It’s a […]

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8 Drops You Don’t Want to Miss This Week

With another week upon us, we have yet another installment of our product drops series. Leading the list is the release of Supreme’s newest Spring/Summer 2020 offerings, along with Palace’s Hesh Mit Fresh Summer 2020 T-Shirts.Week 19 from Supreme prepared its latest Vans collaboration comprised of two Sk8-Hi Pros and two Slip-On Pros. The team-up is […]

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Christopher Raeburn Shows How to Make a Bucket Hat at Home

Christopher Raeburn is renowned for his forward-thinking designs and commitment to sustainability. From his RÆMADE collections that use recycled materials to craft new products, to RÆDUCE, using locally sourced produce and biodegradable materials, he remains at the forefront of this important movement.This summer he’s teamed up with online marketplace Depop, to launch his own shop […]

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Art for Your Home: Virgil Abloh Chair, Joy Yamusangie Mixed Media Piece & More

Every week we curate notable art releases by diverse artists, studios, and art platforms across the globe. Listed items typically encompass limited edition artworks, books, collectible figures and more. Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd, we are highlighting the work of Black artists as a way to […]

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A Growing List of 90+ Black-Owned Galleries and Museums to Support Across the Globe

Black Lives Matter demonstrations have erupted across the country since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. Protesters from New York City to Los Angeles are calling for racial justice and pressuring local officials to to defund police departments following Floyd’s death in the hands of local authorities as well as […]

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Become a Calligraphy Artist With Seb Lester’s Ingenious Techniques

Though many parts of the world have begun to lift quarantine restrictions, there’s no reason not to add another technique to your stay-home to-do list. Central Saint Martins grad, internationally recognized typography artist and a consultant for countless companies seeking stylized branding Seb Lester is one of the world’s foremost living calligraphy experts, and he […]

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How to Drive a Manual Transmission Car

With the world converting over from gas-powered to electric cars, and more on-demand car services popping up, the passion for driving is arguably diminishing. One feature self-proclaimed “true drivers” are noticing less of is the manual transmission, an option disappearing thanks to a higher demand for ease of drive-ability, higher fuel costs, and more. For […]

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Next Level: Kevin Angeloni Only Collects The Games That Marked His Generation

Nintendo is the starting point for most gamers of any era. That’s mostly due to its eclectic cast of first-party characters like Mario, Link and Donkey Kong, all introduced in the 1980s. These household names have spanned the decades to become the forefathers of gaming, staples in any generation of the medium. For Switzerland native […]

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