I really, really love this blog. Renee Ruin covers art, fashion, trends, with an emphasis on tattoo, fetish and grunge culture and she digs up the most amazing stuff. Ruin seems to like the same artists I do, including the seriously talented Brian M. Viveros.
The future, and how people imagined it back in the day, is the subject of the Paleo-Future blog by Matt Novak. Since Janury 2007, he has become what he calls ‘an accidental expert on visions of the future’, gathering a gigantic collection of retro-futuristic documents, art and media.
As most of us are re-evaluating our relationship to food in a post-industrial world, we often cycle through various diets and approaches to eating that make us feel good both physically and morally. But the more many of us learn, the more we understand that eating is no simple issue, and as much as we’d like an over-arching resolution to our evolutionary, intellectual, spiritual, and moral paradoxes when it comes to what we put in our stomachs, simply adopting a lifestyle such as veganism isn’t always sufficient or even healthy.
An anonymous public school teacher known as Mrs. Q, following Morgan Spurlock’s lead, decided to eat every school lunch served to her for the duration of 2010. At the risk of her job, she documents her experience on her blog, which features photographs of the atrocious, shrink-wrapped, processed poison that she and her students are [...]
The demise of our beloved print medium is a harsh reality that a lot of independent magazines have been dealing with for the past five years at least. So we all frequent a ton of different sites that we like and one in particular that’s really given itself a pick-me-up online, for the better good of longevity and legacy, is Planet magazine.