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Syndicated october 20, 2016

Museum Exhibit Celebrates Strange Architectural Contraptions

Artist William Heath Robinson's peculiar genius is on display in this recent show with wiggling ducts, jumbles of planks and coils of cable

Syndicated october 17, 2016

Why An Acclaimed Comic Artist Is Declaring War On The ‘Graphic Novel’

The Walking Dead artist says the now familiar label marks off the term as restricted to children, when it should be for everyone

Syndicated october 13, 2016

Confronting Diversity In The Fashion World

The author of the new Devil Wears Prada speaks to The Guardian about the American Dream and identity politics

Syndicated september 26, 2016

Banned Books Week Urges People To Seek Out Controversial Works

Joining the annual celebration of the right to read, US author Jessica Herthel called for 'more information, more voices' to protect diversity

Arts & Culture september 26, 2016

Artist Designs Covers For Books That Don’t Exist

Published by the fictional 'Specious Books,' the subversive works facilitate a conversation regarding the artistic integrity of graphic designers

Millennials september 20, 2016

Bookstore Uses Clickbait Titles To Get People To Read The Classics

A store in Dallas is trying to get people to read books by framing them as online articles

[Inspiration] This reading list provides a literary map of the United States
Food august 15, 2016

Photographer Brings To Life Famous Meals From Literature

The project involves elaborate planning and staging to capture precise recreations of fictional foods

Syndicated august 11, 2016

The Diverse Influences Of Sci-Fi Game Design

Hello Games’ No Man's Sky is one of the most visually interesting games of the past decade. But where does its approach to sci-fi come from?

Entertainment august 1, 2016

Scratch Off The Novels You’ve Read From This Beautiful Poster

Pop Chart Lab has devised a clever way to help you keep track of your reading list

Syndicated july 1, 2016

Looking At Cities Through The Eyes Of A Burglar

Burglars look at buildings in a different way, seeing lift shafts that can be shimmied up and plasterboard walls to cut through

Asia june 20, 2016

Singapore Introduces Vending Machines Of Books

The devices are being stocked by a bookstore as a promotion of local writers

Technology june 16, 2016

A Paris Bookstore Prints Books On Demand

The store has reinvented the process of buying physical copies in-person

Technology june 10, 2016

Wi-Fi Hotspots Turned Into Impromptu Poetry Readings

An art project turns Wi-Fi network names into a broadcast of lines from classical poets


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