Nike’s announcement that it was going to include former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for its 30th anniversary advertising for the company’s iconic “Just Do It” campaign was unsurprisingly met with waves of both supporters and detractors bitterly divided

Facebook has announced that 126 million of their American users may have encountered 80,000 published pieces of inauthentic, Kremlin-conceived content throughout the last two years (BBC, 2017). In the photo: Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. Photo credit: The Atlantic Accounts that can be

The word taboo, throughout history, has had a broad spectrum of meanings: forbidden, magic, frightening and untouchable are just a few examples of how the word has been translated and understood. It was Judy Grahn, however, who most notably brought

Book Review: Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley by Antonio Garcìa Martinez (HarperCollins, 2016, 528 pages) Silicon Valley continues to be hot news in the age of Trump and anti-globalization and it should come as no surprise

Brenton Clarke Little is a musician, graphic designer, and an iPhone photographer. His works explore the connection between nature and the urban landscape. His bold graphic design echoes this sentiment as we see the marriage between light, natural elements, and man-made structural

Matt Scutt is the Creative Director of London Agency, working across a variety of mediums: photography, television and music. Although he started off as a painter, he quickly discovered his considerable talent for the arts and graphic design. He started using Instagram as a way to share pictures for

Hank Willis Thomas is a contemporary African-American photo-conceptual artist working primarily with themes of race, identity, history, advertising and popular culture. His work goes beyond just making art, to examining and exposing deeper divides in our culture. Thomas sees cultural disconnects everywhere in day-to-day

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