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Read of the Week: Mid-Century Ads by Taschen

Taschen has delivered some brilliant books on fashion, art, film and music -- over the years. One of my favourite series of books they...

Read of the Week: Bauhaus. Updated Edition by Taschen

Germany's Bauhaus School of Art and Design is known to have changed the face of modernity. In this brilliant 400-page book by Taschen, dive...

Read of the Week: The Adidas Archive. the Footwear Collection by Taschen

In 1947, two brothers, Adolf and Rudolf Dassler separated and went their separate ways. Rudolf, the older of the two, founded Puma. While, Adolf,...

Read of the Week: Abandoned Cold War Places by Robert Grenville

Abandoned Cold War Places by Robert Grenville looks into deserted places left from the Cold War around the world, including the Davis-Monthan AFB in...

Read of the Week: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Delia Owens' latest bestseller follows 'Marsh Girl' from Barkley Cove, a quiet town on the North Carolina coast. In late 1969, when handsome Chase...

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Left behind as The Earth Dies Screaming

Empty streets, deafening silence, and the feeling that it’s just too late to do anything; these are the pillars on which Terence Fisher constructs...

The Shape of Revenge: Revenge of the Creature and The Shape of Water

Since the release of Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water (2017), much has been said of its threads to Jack Arnold’s Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). An...

Conversations with Frances Ha: The Intersection Between Sally Rooney’s Millennial Fiction and Greta Gerwig’s Mumblecore Classic

It might sound quite frivolous to compare two works of fiction based on the mere fact that their protagonists share the same name, but...

Back to Sincerity, Hope, and Love: Metamodernism in Sci-Fi

Science fiction films are often expressions of highly complex philosophical ideas. By utilizing genre tropes such as time travel, artificial intelligence, and space exploration,...

Inglourious Basterds at 10

Please note: This article from the offset contains spoilers for Inglourious Basterds and other Tarantino movies, including Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. This month...

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Album Review: My Morning Jacket, ‘The Waterfall II’

In a press release, Jim James said that the decision to finally release what fans had dubbed as My Morning Jacket’s “lost” album came...

Kanye West Drops New Song ‘Donda’ in Honour of His Late Mother’s Birthday

Kanye West has shared a new song and video, 'Donda', in honour his late mother, Donda West, on what would have been her 71st...

Fairport Convention Singer Judy Dyble Dies at 71

Judy Dyble, the singer-songwriter known for her work with British folk-rock band Fairport Convention, has died at the age of 71. She passed away...

A Deep Dive into Mazzy Star’s ‘Fade into You’

In this series, we take a deep dive into a significant song from the past and get to the heart of what makes it...

The Abandoned Motel by Ralph Graef

Ralph Graef, a German photographer, has presented a superb surreal-like series in which explores an abandoned motel. Writing about the series Graef stated: "Just by...

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