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C-Heads Exclusive: Raisa by Ugur Araz

Turkish photographer Ugur Araz took cute Finnish Model Raisa with Option Management on a little motorbike trip to create this fab exclusive C-Heads story. The Styling was realized by Burcu Erim. MUA by Cenk Aydinlisoy and Hair by Alpay Atay. Photo Assistant was Yusuf Kasap. And the video credits go to Ozan ozcelik.

2015 Fall Art Preview for Europe - artnet News

The long summer days are gone and it's back-to-school time for everyone, but if there's one thing that's truly uplifting about September it is the number of exciting art exhibitions that lie ahead, to ease us into the season.

Why You Should Dress Like Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent spent his life working in the fashion business, but the man made no secret of the fact that he hated "fashion." He believed only in style. And his ability to divine the difference between the two is what made him a genius. "Fashions pass," he liked to say.

An Interview with Master Calligrapher Seb Lester

Calligrapher and type designer Sebastian "Seb" Lester is one of my favourite people to follow on Instagram (@seblester). The hand drawn calligraphy videos that he creates are so satisfying to watch that I find myself returning to them time and time again.

Quirky Erotic Illustrations By Aurel Schmidt

New York-based artist Aurel Schmidt created a series of drawings, titled 'Fruits', that blends human body parts with various fruits and vegetables. Through

1966: A teenage Iggy Pop keeps his shirt on

James Osterberg, Jr. was born in 1947 and grew up in a trailer park in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He played drums in a few different bands while attending high school in Ann Arbor, including one called The Iguanas, which inspired his later stage name, Iggy.

The most beautiful bookstore on the planet is in Venice

Contributor If you're a bookworm, you've probably got a list of bookstores you need to visit around the world. And this little gem in Venice, Italy is on our book bucket list: Libreria Acqua Alta. This tiny bookstore is an attraction in itself with books piled high to the ceiling and gondolas full of classics in the middle of the store.

An Interview With Artist Beth Cavener Who Captures Human Emotions Through Sculpted Stoneware Animals

Briefly NSFW?] Artist Beth Cavener ( previously) explores the extremes of human emotion and psychology through the articulated forms of animals. The twisting shapes of oversized predatory cats, foxes, goats, and other animals are meant to depict the internal and external human struggles of fear, anger, love.

Transform Your Race Bike Into The Ultimate Street Warrior

Motorcycle enthusiasts can try their hand at design with this cool bolt-on kit by Huge Design, which allows you to transform your Honda CBR1000RR into an ultra-modern street machine, all from the comfort of your own garage.

What if Super Mario Bros. characters were hipsters? - ACCLAIM

File this under: (More) Things That Will Make You Feel Old. Super Mario Bros. is 30 years old. Yep, the enthusiastic Italian plumber has been jumping up and down on our screens for three decades, even if it feels like we only inserted that game cartridge yesterday.

Artis Makes $200,000 in Grants-artnet News

Artis, the New York nonprofit organization that supports artists from Israel, has announced a new round of grants for exhibitions, artists, and researchers totaling more than $200,000. artnet News got an exclusive look at the list of recipients this year.

10 NYC Art Events to See This Week - artnet News

WEDNESDAY, September 16 Making Room: Cultural Production in Occupied Spaces at ABC No Rio This exhibition shares its name with a new book about the post-1968 squatting movement in Europe. Make connections between the two at this historic LES space for art and activism. ABC No Rio, 156 Rivington Street at 7 p.m.

Why American Apparel employees want former CEO Dov Charney back

Jan Willem Hubner first began his career at American Apparel working in a store in Amsterdam. He then went on to work close to ten years at the label's head office as visual merchandising director & store standards.

Contemporary Art Daily

September 14th, 2015 Artist: Korakrit Arunanondchai Venue: Palais de Tokyo, Paris Exhibition Title: Painting With History In A Room Filled With People With Funny Names Date: June 24 - September 13, 2015 Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of video, images, press release and link available after the jump.

Mikaela Dörfel Designs Spice Holders That Rest On An Elegant Concrete Tray

Mikaela Dörfel Designs Spice Holders That Rest On An Elegant Concrete Tray The word concrete brings to mind adjectives like solid, modern and timeless. Now, thanks to Chicago-based art, design and innovation studio IntoConcrete, it evokes a new modifier - spicy!

Spirits project above objects at Secrets of North Japan show

Finnish design duo Company has created a range of products combining traditional skills and designs from northern Japan with craft from Finland and has given each one a "spirit" - a person dressed in a costume to represent the soul of the object (+ slideshow).