If you think about it, were he still with us today, Warhol would still be inspiring artists, one soup can at a time.
Ukranian-based photographer Anna Tea certainly has a unique perspective.
Taking an inside look at Dixieland, a new film by director Roman Stills.
Because what better way to reward the nation that is the biggest illegal downloader of your TV series?
In what for many will feel like karma, Robin Thicke’s latest album, Paula, has managed to sell a mere 530 copies in the UK in its launch week. And while the George Michael lookalike has fared better in his native U.S., selling 24,000 copies, it’s still a far cry from the 177,000 copies of Blurred Lines that were sold.
Back when the internet was in its "difficult adolescent period", and we were all celebrating entering Y2K unscathed on 1 January 2000, one of the funniest sites online was launched from a couple of guys named The Brothers Chap.
Ann Coulter, depending on who you speak to, is either an ultra-conservative and inflammatory columnist, or a brilliant performance artist. In her most recent column / installation at The Clarion-Ledger, Coulter launched an assault on the sport of Soccer, which — as can now be expected of her writing — is half based on what she’s heard about Soccer, and half based on whatever gripes Coulter has with liberal America.
Los Angeles’ Marz Leon debuted her trip-hop styled single “L O N E R” this past week. The track is a pulsating yet minimal arrangement (which she co-produced) that layers within lovelorn lyrical messages. We took the chance to briefly connect with Leon in the midst of her coming out party to the world.