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Paint It Black: Robert Knoke's Portraits of the Hipster Avant-Garde

German artist Robert Knoke may be known to the contemporary art world as a traditional portraitist, but unlike his forbears he's not interested in prettifying stuffed shirts. Instead, Knoke trains his ballpoint pen and markers on an unruly universe of hipsters, avant-garde artists, and visionaries, including Patti Smith and Marc Jacobs, rendering them in stark, expressive images. Here, Knoke walks us through eight of his most representative portraits, all of which can be found in his book 00 Volume 01: Black Material, hitting bookshelves this month. read more
November 08, 2010
Culture & Trends

Introducing the First Dropper

Say so long to the Early Adopter. Today, the most influential guy in the room is the tastemaker who senses when a trend's 15 minutes are up. read more
November 2010
Culture & Trends

The New Face of Faith

From celebs like Joe Jonas to Silver Lake hipsters, the young, beautiful, and God-fearing are flocking to Reality LA, a small-batch alternative to big-box megachurches. read more
August 2010
Culture & Trends

Time Line: Great Moments in Craft Culture

Great moments in craft culture, from antiquity to the present. read more
August 2010
Culture & Trends

Accidental Artisans: Inmates, Hippies, and Fundamentalists

The modern artisan has a lot in common with some rather unlikely types. read more
August 2010
Culture & Trends

Handmade in the USA

Our subjective guide to the nation's best purveyors of factory-free goods. read more
August 2010
Culture & Trends

Mephedrone: The New Nightlife Drug

Known as meow meow, sunshine, drone, and bubble, the newest designer dust combines the rush of coke with the sensory bliss of Ecstasy. So why is it legal in 49 states? read more
August 2010
Culture & Trends

Artisanal America

Exalting the handmade, the painstakingly crafted, the authentic, is not just for hipsters in Portland and Brooklyn anymore—small-batch has mass appeal. How the artisanal movement became our national consumer religion.

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August 2010
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