The surprise joys of synchronization.
Why do good things come in threes?
A conversation with a doula.
When great art meets modern medicine.
The women who “inspire” artists are often treated as blank canvases. Rebecca Liu goes behind the scenes at the studio.
Change your style. Change your industry. Change the outlook of the next generation. Kyla Marshell meets the trailblazing editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue
Why flower power is perennial in the spring.
On the pointlessness of power moves.
A conversation about the affectations of austere aesthetics.
A bad concussion led John Urschel to reevaluate his career as an NFL pro. Robert Ito hears what happened next.
Fashion often looks to art for inspiration, so why not the other way round?
In praise of being in-between.
One element. Three states. When faced with change, be like water.
Meet Ai-Da. She’s a promising young artist who’s earned a million dollars in her first year of selling. She’s also a robot.
What did Danish design gallerist Rune Bruun Johansen do with his evening?
An abstracted exploration of cloth and color, produced in partnership with HaaT.
In defense of late learners.
How did one of Egypt’s leading architects end up walking the red carpet at Cannes?
Can a group of people born within a few decades of each other truly have a common cause?
A brief window onto the history of the seaside holiday.
What can video games teach us about reality?
Begin by changing one thing.
Meet the rising author who already longs for obsolescence.
The keeper of Copenhagen’s veterinary collection has a two-headed calf and a bisected lion in her collection.
Can a new sort of shame slow air travel?
An ode to Brazilian novelist Clarice Lispector, by award-winning author (and avid fan) David Keenan.
How to be both smart and vulnerable during times of change.
On the power of unseen characters.
Why catchy health guidelines require careful examination.
If you can hack a computer’s software, can you hack a person’s life?