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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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The Zestful Art of Japanese Craft

27/08/2020 design & fashion visual culture

The Zestful Art of Japanese Craft

From woven barkcloth craftsmen in the northern island of Hokkaido to longbows specialists on Kyushu-the southern reach of this slender collection of masses on the Pacific-Japan has a rich heritage of handicrafts. Through Handmade in Japan, writer and photographer Irwin Wong reveals the mastery and dexterity of the individuals keeping traditional Japanese craft alive.
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Cynthia Rowley's Blissful New York Surf Shack

24/08/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion visual culture

Cynthia Rowley's Blissful New York Surf Shack

Surf culture is bound to that of creativity; the personalities that define both the sport and lifestyle are often bursting with charisma. When away from the waves, surfers sprawl into unique shacks, apartments, and sometimes huts that fuse a lust for the oceans with other passions. Surf Shacks Vol.2 is a rare glimpse into surfer homes and the artistic habits that define the day-to-day.
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Visions of a Visionary, The Designs of Eero Saarinen

19/08/2020 architecture & interior visual culture

Visions of a Visionary, The Designs of Eero Saarinen

The exemplary career of Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen demonstrates how talent can indeed run in the family. An individual who looked to the future, and often sky, with his bold visionary designs where both loved and loathed. On what would have been his birthday, we remember two iconic designs from this mid-20th-century master.
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The Atlantic Forest: People vs. Politics

17/08/2020 Escape visual culture

The Atlantic Forest: People vs. Politics

Once a thriving forest spread across 2,000 miles of Brazilian coastline, The Atlantic Forest is the most abundant biodiverse land in the nation, but also the forest most in peril. Farming and logging are soaring at an alarming rate while politicians fail to pay these actions the attention it’s due. Social commentator Renato Stockler has been documenting local communities resisting deforestation, but fears it may already be too late for the forest.
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The Intimacy of Forgotten Coastal Cultures

11/08/2020 visual culture

The Intimacy of Forgotten Coastal Cultures

At the turn of 20th-century England, a stretch of coast from Skegness to Southwold became a glistening vacation destination that was romanticized in popular culture, but the arrival of budget airlines accelerated the East Coast's economic dwindle. Labeled as forgotten and divergent from the cities, photographer Max Miechowski shines his lens into these communities.
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