Dankland’s Green Party T-Shirt

The LA-based agency encourages Americans to vote pro-legalization when pot's on the ballot this November

America, for all its pros and cons, is constantly evolving. We have an astoundingly long list of scientists and innovators who’ve helped keep the nation―and the human race―moving forward. A strength that’s harder to quantify but visible in history books is that the United States is malleable, by design, and its residents have the ability to change laws when time exposes injustices. We’ll save you …

First Kiss

First kisses, net neutrality, Bill Cunningham and more in our weekly look at the web

There’s a beautiful, nervous energy surrounding a first kiss. Ten of those moments were recently captured in a short video, appropriately titled “First Kiss” and directed by Tatia Pilieva, for the fashion brand WREN. In a white room, with cameras rolling, strangers meet and lock lips. While there’s controversy over the casting of models as a handful of the 20 individuals shown, it can’t be …

Ar(t)chitecture

First kisses, net neutrality, Bill Cunningham and more in our weekly look at the web

Life imitates art and art imitates…buildings, thanks to Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina, who delves into a more literal exploration of the symbiotic relationship between art and architecture. Check out his collection of 27 images, titled “Archist,” to see Richard Serra, Piet Mondrian, Salvador Dali, Mark Rothko and more, imagined as houses or museums. Viewing the buildings not as virtual CAD or standard architectural …