Meet Nick Dahlen, the illustrative artist providing a new perspective on the classics
We speak to the Minneapolis-based illustrative artist on his growth from art hating, graffiti loving teen to a fine artist in love with the classics.
Exclusive: Documents Reveal Erik Prince's $10 Billion Plan to Make Weapons and Create a Private Army in Ukraine
Documents obtained exclusively by TIME reveal the American businessman's ambitious plans to take over Ukraine's military industry.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the High Church of Grievance - The Bulwark
Sarah Huckabee Sanders is near-certain to win the Arkansas gubernatorial election in 2022. She could make her campaign about virtually anything. She could say that her first priority as governor will be to lure the Houston Astros to Little Rock. Or to ban the use of Brazilian sugar in sweet tea. None of it would […]
Overlooking Whitby harbour. England, 1974
This image, taken one Sunday morning in Whitby, Yorkshire, has become synonymous with English country life. Ian Berry took the picture as part of a wider project in the 1970s to document the culture and traditions of the country during a transitional time.
The Essential Jacques Demy - The Criterion Channel
French director Jacques Demy didn’t just make movies—he created an entire cinematic world. Demy launched his glorious feature filmmaking career in the sixties, a decade of astonishing invention in his national cinema. He stood out from the crowd of his fellow New Wavers, however, by filtering his self-conscious formalism through deeply emotional storytelling. Fate and coincidence, doomed love, and storybook romance surface throughout his films, many of which are further united by the…