With her gorgeous, haunting photographs, artist Uldus Bakhtiozina documents dreams, working with daily life as she imagines it could be. She creates everything in her work by hand — from costumes to stages — without digital manipulation, bringing us images from the land of escapism, where anyone can become something else.
Design-centric companies have a competitive advantage
Source : www.truthdig.com With detention camps along the U.S. southern border and the president’s revised Muslim ban upheld by the Supreme Court, Karen Korematsu thinks it’s important for people to know the history of 120,000 Japanese-Americans, two thirds of them native-born citizens, who were incarcerated during World War II without due process. Korematsu, director of
When a newly wedded Nidhi Kapur began decorating her newly purchased home in Manhattan, she hopped online to search for modern pieces that were made in the traditional, American way. “I wanted to invest in high-quality, heirloom pieces,” said Kapur.
Or, how I justify teaching my students the dying art of writing
“The golden age of television has become the gilded age of television,” John Landgraf
Yui and Takaharu Tezuka’s Tokyo Home