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Rhea Cortado is Writing a New Surf History

21/09/2020 escape

Rhea Cortado is Writing a New Surf History

Too many surfing is a modern revelation created by a group of white men during the the 20th-century, a story forged by generations of mass media narratives. However, this isn't an honest portrayal of the sport. The role of women was almost erased, but surfer and journalist Rhea Cortado is helping to change that perception.
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Visualizing A New York Times by Amanda Cox

11/09/2020 design & fashion

Visualizing A New, New York Times

An instrumental part of New York Times and how this acclaimed media platforms visualises its news, Amanda Cox is one of the most prominent infographers in the business. Delve into her career and legacy as told through Visual Journalism.
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Bike Through a Volcanic, Post-Soviet Military Zone

09/09/2020 Escape travel

Bike Through a Volcanic, Post-Soviet Military Zone

"Kamchatka makes you feel like an explorer," says Tobias Woggon when contemplating the Russian peninsula often labeled one of the least populated and remote corners of Earth. A landscape carved by active volcanoes, thermal springs, and geysers—it has only recently opened up to the world after 50 years of Soviet military zone restrictions. Delve into one of the wonders of Nordic Cycle.
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Designing a New Cannabis Culture

05/09/2020 design & fashion visual culture

Designing a New Cannabis Culture

From dark alleyways to Californian boulevards, cannabis culture has flourished into a billion-dollar business in a matter of years since legalization. Anja Charbonneau, editor-in-chief and creative director of Broccoli discusses the rise of modern cannabis consumerism and reinterpreting a culture tarnished over the decades.
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Meryem El Gardoum is Signaling A New Era for Female Arab Surfers

04/09/2020 Escape

Meryem El Gardoum is Signaling a New Era for Female Arab Surfers

“As a Muslim, if you are a true Muslim, you have to do things with your heart,” Meryem El Gardoum said at the 2017 Agadir Open. She took the title for the women’s division, which was held for the first time that year. Now a four-time champion, Lauren L. Hill introduces the woman taking Arab female surfing to exhilarating new heights.
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Local Architecture in a Globalized World

01/09/2020 architecture & interior

Local Architecture in a Globalized World

Globalization brings faster and more streamlined knowledge-sharing and integrative solutions, but also the risk of standardization and homogenization. In the preface of Beyond the West, Tracy Lynn Chemaly and Faye Robinson explore the diversity of global architectural cultures and, in doing so, proves that this approach is possible, and indeed will flourish.
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