Climate change. Two words that have become staple ingredients in our daily news feed. Words that point towards the darker side of our existence on planet Earth. Yet darkness can also enlighten and educate, as ‘Save the Earth!’ by Ukrainian shadow theatre group ‘Fireflies’ beautifully reveals.
It doesn’t happen often that a teen without any music records to her name features in Rolling Stone. Yet Paris Jackson, daughter of the late King of Pop, graces the magazine’s February 2017 cover. Her striking semi-religious portrait reflects the artistic vision of David LaChapelle (1963). Here’s a closer look at some of the symbolism and imagery LaChapelle may have used.
If there’s one small Irish community that’s made a name for itself, it’s the Claddagh. Not only does it boast its own ring, but it also has its own king. Nowadays, the area is a sought-after property location in the south of Galway’s city centre. The Claddagh has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a traditional fishing village.
Imagine you’re part of a Vogue photo shoot with Michael Jackson. Tightly wrapped around his body, your sleek, shining curves catch the light and make people wonder who you are. Or rather, what you are. But that doesn’t bother you. After all, you’re a piece of art. You’re the Tangle Museum Chrome.