Automated trucks will transform an industry and put millions out of work… Read the rest
A new t-shirt campaign aimed at raising awareness of press freedom and human rights has been launched this month by MOTHER Magazine.
The t-shirts on offer has been designed by three prominent young creatives – namely British artist Ed Atkins, Russian rebel author Slava Mogutin, and Sang Bleu editor Reba Maybury. Their merchandise will be on sale until December 1st, with 100 per cent of profits being divided equally between the Freedom of the Press Foundation, Reporters Without Borders and Kaleidoscope Trust.
According to a spokesperson for MOTHER, the charities were chosen for their incredible work towards promoting freedom of information, media transparency, and LGBTQ rights.
“These are concepts currently under threat, and we wanted to fight back in some way,” they … Read the rest
The city has been chosen to host the 2022 Gay Games. But not everyone is happy… Read the rest
I was born in Honduras, Tegucigalpa in the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch in 1999. A year later, my family moved to Brighton in the UK, where I have since spent most of my life.
From a young age, I’d heard a lot about the problems in Central America – especially in Honduras, which is often called the “most violent country in the world.” Growing up, I couldn’t understand what was driving people to behave this way or where this violence was coming from.
This year, after turning 18, I returned to Honduras for two weeks to find out more about my country of birth. Even though my Spanish is a bit broken and I wear very British clothes, it was only my shock that … Read the rest
In 2011, a box of old photographs changed my life. I spend every summer in South Africa but this particular one was difficult because I experienced a lot of violence, including a carjacking which caused damage to one eye.
People in New York wanted me to come home but I knew from experience that something good usually happens in the last week of every visit. I had bought a stack of photographs in Cape Town and my friend’s daughter said,“You know what? I have this collection of negatives I should give you.”
They’d been sitting in a garage for 15, 20 years. I pulled out a few, held them up to the light and started freaking out. They were so strong, even in that form.… Read the rest
The Company’s Coming author has sold 30 million books by perfecting everything from casserole to pie… Read the rest
The Basque city’s food scene is finally a match for the style and substance of the Guggenheim… Read the rest
When Harvey Weinstein’s abusive behaviour became public, he reportedly checked into rehab as a sex addict. But does sex addiction exist? As Emily Bobrow found, a growing number of therapists suspect the idea may do more harm than good… Read the rest
An exclusive look at allegations against the executive editor and vice-president of New York publishing firm W.W. Norton… Read the rest
If you want to make friends, master the art of self-deprecation and don’t mention Brexit… Read the rest
The trend for films about pensioners is still going strong… Read the rest
A surreal horror farce about the troubled wife of a creative genius is suspenseful and funny, but ultimately shallow… Read the rest
In this new role, Jessica will oversee art and editorial content on all platforms… Read the rest