Saul Steinberg + Inge Morath

Paper-Bag Masks from 50 Years Ago

In 1942, after publishing his first cartoon a year earlier, The New Yorker sponsored Saul Steinberg's entry into the United States from an increasingly anti-Semitic Italy. Thus began his lifelong relationship with the publication as cartoonist and illustrator, creating over 90 covers and 1200 illustrations in the six decades thereafter. He also exhibited drawings, paintings, prints, collages, and sculptures in galleries and museums around the world.

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Feb 25, 2017 10:48:00
Kate Moss

Moving Kate

Photographer Nick Knight is dedicating a SHOWstudio exhibit to Kate Moss. Specifically, 30 interpretations by rising fashion illustrators of some of the supe's more iconic runway looks, including McQueen, Galliano, Westwood, and so on.

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Feb 22, 2017 18:45:00
Fantasy coffins

The Fantasy Coffins of Ghana

Imagine a funeral in which the polished mahogany coffin is replaced by a whimsical wood-carved sculpture. Imagine a last farewell not accompanied by uncontrollable sobs but by celebration. Imagine a journey to the other side with style.

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Feb 17, 2017 14:20:00
Thom Browne fall 2017

Backstage at Thom Browne

Backstage fashion and frolic at Thom Browne, photos by Sonny Vandevelde...

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Feb 16, 2017 22:53:00

Sex at Sotheby's

Judging from the unabashed lots in Sotheby's auction of erotic art, there is no sexual act — either on the hetero- or homosexual spectrum — that hasn’t already been perfected by our forebears.

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Feb 16, 2017 13:00:00
Supreme X Louis Vuitton

Did They or Didn't They?

LVMH may have just acquired Supreme for $500 million, according to Hypebeast. Some are putting that figure even higher.

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Feb 09, 2017 14:39:00
Cats that Look Like Pin Up Girls

Pinup Cats

Why should male models have all the fun? The frisky Tumblr Cats that Look Like Pin Up Girls shows exactly that, cats resembling vintage pinup beauties, side by side. It's catcalling done right — simply meow-velous!

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Feb 08, 2017 12:06:00
J.W. Anderson Workshops X Alasdair McLellan

Full-Frontal Sunsets and Man Splendor

Jonathan Anderson has a kind of art laboratory called J.W. Anderson Workshops, in which the London designer invites a variety of artists and image-makers to experiment with new and often provocative ideas. That's how the first collaboration of 2017 came to be, nude male posters lensed by British photographer Alasdair McLellan.

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Jan 06, 2017 13:55:00
Miss Soviet Union

There She Is, Miss Soviet Union

Beauty pageants were banned in the USSR in 1959. No scantily clad women, no swimsuit portion, no "world peace" quotes.

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Dec 30, 2016 14:02:00

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