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Kaarina Kaikkonen, “I Sprouted Into New Dimensions” (2017), Mixed media, 96.46 x 163.39 x 8.66 inches, image via Galerie Forsblom Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen (previously) transforms old consumer products into sculptural works that are presented both in galleries and as sprawling site-specific installations. In her large-scale apparel-based works, lines of shirts hang in orderly lines above city streets, while in smaller pieces like “I Feel Safe” (2015), she creates an angel-like formation

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Some of the pieces might make you feel kind of nervous, some might actually seem appealing. Lam’s works often look like modern versions of what you would describe as optical illusions, a few might even assume it’s digital art. The sculptures are in fact made with the base of polyurethane foam on top of a metal framework. The artist finds her first compositions in motifs and geometries found through nature, flesh, foods

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right now at the MOCO museum you’ll find a calcified room, an amethyst cave, and other excavations by daniel arsham. the exhibition, ‘connecting time,’ is on display in amsterdam until september 20, 2019. visitors between now and then are invited to forget what year it is as 11 rooms riddle them along architectural wonderlands. eroded looney tunes, volleyballs and tennis balls will bounce visitors back and forth between imaginary futures, where these ancient objects

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Come February, your winter outfits can already start to feel a bit redundant. And, they mean to tell you that you'll still have to wear heavy outerwear for at least another two months? Sigh. Fortunately, a couple marathon days of Copenhagen Fashion Week were brimming with outfit ideas, and the styling at many of the week's shows will have you taking notes on unexpected combinations, quirky tricks, and layered-up looks

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Lucy Boynton is what you might call a newbie on the awards show scene, but you'd never know it by how many times her name has already graced this season's best dressed lists. If you tuned into the Golden Globes and SAG Awards, then you're probably starting to get a sense of Lucy Boynton's edgy-feminine style. Her looks are perfect examples of how to work the emerging goth trend into

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I have a confession to make: I spend at least 20 hours a week on Instagram. While some of my activity can be chalked up to personal usage, the majority is work-related. As The Zoe Reports Social Media Editor, Im responsible for managing our Instagram account. In part, my job requires identifying emerging trends on the platform. Ive come to believe that while fashion trends begin on the runway and

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Jane Kim working on “the Wall of Birds” at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (courtesy Ink Dwell and HarperCollins)Artist Jane Kim spent three years creating a colossal mural at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York. Arranged across a map of the world are birds painted life-size, from a Great Gray Owl soaring over Europe to the Common Ostrich, the world’s largest living bird, gazing with big bright eyes at

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“There is very little in the world that brings people together like food,” says mixologist-turned-entrepreneur Missy Flynn. That's exactly why she’s centered her career, studies, and personal life around food and building community. In her early 20s, the lifelong Londonite noticed a gap in the food and drink scene: There wasn’t anywhere that offered the sense of community she craved. “There weren’t many restaurants that I, as someone in my early

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More often than not, the homes I find the most inspiration from are the totally unique and out of the box spaces. They have that special twinkle of character to them, tons of texture, and despite being a little weird they just work. You know what I’m talking about, the type of originality where you find yourself murmuring – Wow, how can I get my home to feel that special? Well, I put some

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