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Zoe Buckman’s Let Her Rave Packs a Punch

Zoe Buckman Let Her Rave

I didn’t physically participate in the Women’s March on Washington today (or one of the many others taking place around country). But I fiercely support that for which we are marching and I’ve chosen to feature the work of artist Zoe Buckman today as a result. The bulk of Zoe Buckman’s unique artwork promotes gender equality and feminism. Her inspiring series, Let It Rave, is a new body of work that marries the masculine with the feminine inspired by a line in a John Keats poem. (more…)

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This Year’s Immersive Christmas Tree at Claridge’s and The Seven Before It

Claridge's Christmas Tree Designs 2009-2016

The posh Mayfair hotel Claridge’s has unveiled its 2016 Christmas Tree, an annual tradition. Designed by Apple Chief Design Officer Sir Jony Ive and Industrial Designer Marc Newson, two of the world’s most respected and influential designers, this year’s was more than just a decorated tree, it was – in industry parlance – an ‘immersive’ experience. (more…)

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The 30+ Best Photos From Burning Man 2016. [UPDATED]

Best Photos Burning Man 2016
Embrace by The Pier Group was set afire, as is the tradition, at a previous Burning Man, photo @adventurpreneur

As the second day of the annual music and art festival comes to a close, the photos from burners in Black Rock City are rolling in. Here’s a look at many of the best photos from Day 1 and Day 2 at Burning Man 2016, courtesy of talented festival-goers and photographers via Instagram. (more…)

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