“Sound body, sound mind,” says Greg Travers when asked about exercise and his visual creativity. It happens that the line between creativity and discipline is thinner than what you might t
After more than 10 years of talks and wait, Sacha Baron Cohen is back with his Borat character. This time, however, having wreaked havoc right before the elections. “Into possibly the least hila
Photographers put their lives on the line daily and the protests in Philly over Walter Wallace’s massacre, yet again, prove this point. Civil unrest broke out Monday night in Philadelphia after
Xenophobia against Asians during the COVID pandemic has increased steadily, and bloggers are standing up to show awareness. “That was awkward,” read the Instagram post that Bryan Boy wrote
When we talk about Art, with capital A, we tend to prioritize senses of sight and sound. Things we can see like paintings or sculptures or hear like orchestra or operas. Yet, when it comes to includin
Sustainable Ecuadorian clothing brands are giving Americans a chance to re-up on some super cozy drip. The toxic and harmful behavior that human beings have towards the environment is no longer a ques
The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is boiling and may soon encourage world powers to enter the picture.
The McDonald’s rapper meals have captured the public’s attention, just as planned for the fast food titan. It comes to no ones surprise that fast-food giant McDonald’s could go above
While everyone wants things to “back to normal,” many are still procrastinating with their compliance to adapt to the “new normal.”
A few weeks ago, Apple released its new iPhone ad titled “Over Sharing.” While they admit their fault, this also proves there is a problem.