A three-part analysis of "Mother Made Me" by Marlo Crocifisso, a founding member of Von Common and ART HAUS Fine… Keep Reading
"Eveline" by James Joyce, originally published in the short story collection Dubliners in 1914.
A three-part analysis of "Mother Made Me" by Marlo Crocifisso, a founding member of Von Common and ART HAUS Fine Art Framing.
This Thursday's Three Little Birds: Stormzy, Damon Locks / Black Monument Ensemble, and Hopsin.
This Thursday's Three Little Birds: Anderson .Paak, FKA twigs, and Mannequin Pussy.
Originally published in 1843, "The Black Cat" remains one of Edgar Allan Poe's most psychologically disturbed and narratively ambiguous short stories.
This Thursday's Three Little Birds: Rockwell Knuckles, Billie Eilish, and Lizzo.
Andrew Neff asks Chito his thoughts on "climate activism art," referencing David Attenborough's Our Planet and Lil Dicky's recent "Earth" music video as examples.
"Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street" by Herman Melville, a short story originally serialized in two 1853 issues of Putnam's Magazine.
This Thursday's Three Little Birds: Tash Sultana, Annalise Azadian, and Kevin Abstract.
Guava Island is a semi-short, semi-musical film that blurs the line between art and advertisement.
Eric S. Carlson's 'Elk and Butterflies' painting explores the interconnection of rot and reproduction in a living elk carcass sprouting butterflies.
"The Big Space Fuck" by Kurt Vonnegut, a short sci-fi story originally published in Again, Dangerous Visions (1972).