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TMN Editor Nicole Pasulka believes she could beat a lie detector. When she sits in a chair she almost never puts her feet on the floor. Even though she likes the internet a lot, she is convinced that people will always read magazines and she is secretly building one in her basement.
America’s funeral parlors rely on one man to provide the theme music for your grandmother’s memorial service, the pop radio for your cousin’s wake. Welcome to “semi-spiritual” ambient music and the stuff of contemporary mourning.
In Thomas Woodruff’s paintings, Hippocrates’s Four Humors afflict beasties, batterflies, and tigers on tender, spooky landscapes.
For two months, critics of Occupy Wall Street have complained that the group has no recognizable demands, no plan for reforms. But that’s not the point. They don’t want to reform the system. They want a new one.
During the 1990s, Steve Powers painted lauded graffiti across New York City as ESPO, and published the dorm-room bookshelf staple, The Art of Getting Over. A selection from his recent “Daily Metaltations.”
The creatures in Alison Brady’s portraits escaped from an Ambien nightmare and are hanging around the house, scaring the cat. Some images may be NSFW.
Portraits and interviews from a new book that showcase the Korean diaspora, from novelists and athletes to actors and retirees.
The post-post-apocalyptic cityscape will see houses built in hammocks, and neighborhoods bound by chains. If you’ve ever felt that urban living depends on a wing and a prayer, welcome home.
Your dog sleeps in your bed, and there’s a picture of him in your wallet, but could you love a deer? How about a skunk? Lions, tigers, bears, and the Americans who love them—perhaps too much.
Though you can still count on it for antibiotic-free cheese, the farmers’ market has become a macrocosm of first-world food neuroses. True stories from behind the rustic wax-paper-lined baskets.
These meticulous, stylized portraits have the visual lure of advertising, but they’re not selling anything, merely asking you to look.
Sanna Kannisto’s photographs go behind the scenes of the natural sciences. A test tube full of nectar enticing a bat to pose for the camera is as beautiful and instructive.
Costco is cheap. Convenient, even, but should it be the subject of fine art? Here, the aisles of Home Depot and Target are the landscapes of the 21st century.