Artist and Creative Director Hassan Rahim Always Begins By Asking “Why?”
Artist and creative director, Hassan Rahim designs with purpose and always begins by asking “Why?”
Fracture and Jumble: The Curatorial Life With Hilton Als
Following his James Baldwin group exhibit at David Zwirner, The New Yorker’s theater critic, Hilton Als, is continuing to explore questions of becoming.
Creative Producer Polina Zakh Doesn’t Design For Instagrammable Moments
Creative Producer Pauline Zakh’s visionary work is using VFX to recast the impact of stadium concerts.
Eli Russell Linnetz: Creative Director, Renaissance Boy
The ERL designer, Kanye West and Lady Gaga Collaborator on money, music, and coping mechanisms.
The Art Of Formal Friction With Creative Director Veronica Ditting
Veronica Ditting, Creative Director of The Gentlewoman, speaks with Rosie Prata about design language, typefaces, and her dream cover subject.
Nothing is Sacred for Creative Director Mike Meiré
The influential designer sits down with Adriano Sack to talk logos, 032c magazine, augmented reality, and Le Corbusier’s ass.
Patrick Li, Creative Director Of The New York Times’ T Magazine, Thinks Ideas Can Be Luxuries
Patrick Li, Creative Director of The New York Times’ T Magazine in conversation with Kyle Chayka.
Creative Director Willo Perron Designs Alternate Dimensions (And Floating Ferraris For Drake)
Molly Lambert visits the creative director at his office in L.A. to discuss the vision behind building international retail spaces and the last two decades of his career. Category: Culture
Famous Feelings With Painter Sam McKinniss
On image-making, small talk, hell, and Henri Fantin-Latour, painter Sam McKinniss in conversation with Thora Siemsen.
Eileen Kelly: Killer and A Sweet Thang
Arabelle Sicardi speaks with the founder of Killer and A Sweet Thang about the downfall of Tumblr, offering relationship advice to strangers, and her dreams for the future of sex education.
User Experience: Glossier NY
Glossier’s New York flagship pushes face-frosting, recalling an era in the mid-2000s when cupcakes were exciting.
Off the Wall with 17-Year-Old Rock Climbing Superstar Ashima Shiraishi
The 17-year-old climbing champion talks to Romany Williams about her family and the highs and lows of life as a professional athlete.
Rachel Kushner’s American Gothic
Rachel Kushner, the two-time National Book Award finalist and bestselling author of The Flamethrowers and The Mars Room, in conversation with Ana Cecilia Alvarez.
How Did We Get Here? DIS Speaks To Christopher Glazek On Crisis And Tech
The NY Collective Talks Tyrannical New Capital and Rose-Colored Glasses With Writer Christopher Glazek.
Into the Future with Makeup Artist Isamaya Ffrench
The newly appointed creative director of Dazed Beauty speaks with Ed Pagington about the transformation of beauty ideals in the digital age.