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The Drunken Canal is Making a Portable Version of Downtown New York
March 1, 2021
Founders Claire Banse and Gutes Guterman discuss their infamous newspaper.
For Artist Tobias Spichtig, Shopping is a Way of Sculpting
November 6, 2019
In perfectly dystopian fashion, the Swiss artist has taken his series of “Gheist” sculptures—ethereally thin, human-like figures that at first glance may appear to be some sort of demented mannequin—to Balenciaga.
Denise Scott Brown Thinks “Tacky” is A Term of Endearment
July 9, 2019
A new book by the legendary architect proves the Los Angeles cityscape is just as gloriously unhinged as ever.
Nine Architects (and Elvira) Rank L.A.’s Most Gloriously Ugly Buildings
June 24, 2019
From The Donut Hole to The Schindler House, award-winning architects pick the most egregious paradigms of the postmodern jungle.
What Is An Idea? Yngve Holen Has No Idea
May 24, 2019
With his lego sculptures and a fetish for splicing open objects, Yngve Holen wants to hack your brain.
Ten Diamond District Denizens Explain Life On the Most ‘New York’ Block in All of New York City
February 21, 2019
What’s life like on New York’s most “New York” city block? We spoke to ten of its denizens to find out.
Doomsday Preppers on How to Beat the Apocalypse
December 31, 2018
From nuclear war to bunker decor, everything you need to know about the last hurrah.