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Universe: Exploring the Astronomical World
From ancient cave paintings to engravings from the 1600s, and modern-day animations to NASA photos, "Universe: Exploring the Astronomical World" is an investigation of space. With over 300 images, this hardcover spans all kinds of mediums and mindsets...
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A Very David Shrigley Playlist
Multi-talented British artist (and CH favorite) David Shrigley has teamed up once again with Melbourne-based design studio and store Third Drawer Down for a playful collection of trinkets and treasures. While it's a relatively small collection, it...
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Five Visually-Stunning New York City Fashion-Related Art Experiences
Fashion month has commenced and with it a cross-cultural, cross-pollinated series of art events. As always, it's more than clothes on display. Sculptures, illustrations and even theatrical performances are underway. Refinery29's 29Rooms certainly leads...
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Interview: Albie Alexander Hueston, Refinery29's Creative Director, Experiential
For a third year, Refinery29's immersive spectacle 29Rooms will unfold during New York Fashion Week (from 8 to 11 September). Quite literally 29 rooms worth of color, creativity, genuine substance and savvy for the digital generation, this experience...
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1. A Menagerie of 13,000-Year-Old Life In the low oxygen waters of a deep pit inside a cave known as Hoyo Negro ("Black Hole"), scientists have not only found the 13,000-year-old remains of a female body but also the skeletons of saber-toothed...
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1. Understanding the Natural Chemicals Within Magic Mushrooms Since 1968, scientists have explored the enzymatic process in magic mushrooms that produces its active chemical, psilocybin. Not until a brand new study—published in the German journal...
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Roman and Williams for eBay Collective
In October 2016, eBay Collective launched as a destination for fine art and interior design. An e-commerce platform with rigorous guidelines and harboring one-of-a-kind objects, it grew into a resource for both consumers and designers. Celebrated design...
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Bush-Dyed Robe
Carefully bush-dyed by Anindilyakwa women living in the remote Groote Eylandt Archipelago—an island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, about 391 miles from Darwin—each North Home robe is unique. The process is one full of rich history and creativity—using...
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1. Non-Melting Ice Cream At the Biotherapy Development Research Center in Kanazawa, an accidental discovery has resulted in the invention of non-melting ice cream. The ingredient is a polyphenol liquid, extracted from strawberries, that "make...
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Richard Deacon's "SOME TIME" at Middelheim Museum
Antwerp's Middelheim Museum is a surprise that's worth a trip to the Belgian city. The unique open-air sculpture museum—where nature and art establish a constant peculiar dialogue—is a 27-hectare institution that's home to sculptures of several...
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"Letters to Andy Warhol" Traveling Exhibition
by Nicolas Stecher The Cadillac-produced, traveling "Letters to Andy Warhol" exhibition is now calling a small but opulent wing of the grand Deutsches Museum home, under the title of Cadillac House Munich. One of the more well-received private...
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1. Mobile Architecture's New Radical Homes There's more to mobile housing units than the trailer category. As design writer Rebecca Roke notes in her new book "Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move" (published by Phaidon), everything from floating...
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1. Ten Women Who Built NYC's Art Scene The Whitney, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim—these are world-famous art museums and their founders (or co-founders) all happen to be women. New York's art scene doesn't hinge on three institutions...
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