Joseph William Raidt’s Visual Essay of his Grandma’s Alzheimer’s
Joseph Williams Raidt’s graduate collection, titled ‘Oma Gertrude’, is a beautifully crafted visualisation of his Oma’s Alzheimer’s, in which the designer imagines the way she interacts with her surroundings when she’s alone. Joseph’s collection was selected by the Lichting project and presented during Amsterdam Fashion Week in August.
Step Aside Influencers: The Era of the Geek Elite has just begun
“The Geeks, the ones that care, the ones that do it for free, they are the ones who stick around”, said Tyler, The Creator in an interview that has recently garnered traction over the internet. And we agree. Tied to the rise of meta cringe and our collective search for authenticity has us favoring interest […]
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How Mainstream Tv Shows Are Making Queer Relationships the New ‘Normal’
It is clear that pop culture loves gays — it commodifies, fetishises and consumes their intimate relationships. And while this is all happening, many questions regarding who gets to write queer stories, how does it represent the community, what can be sexually explicit — or at least suggestive — and the values they stand for are all debatable.