THINX Underwear: Feminism, Grapefruit and Corporate Issues

Miki Agrawal created Thinx in order to help women live a normal life during the "week of shame". With the help of bold grapefruit campaigns she has built an image of taboo-busting brand, standing up for women's rights. Yet, her employees feel suppressed...

/ March 27, 2017

Clippers’ Chris Paul On Instagram Popularity And Embarking New Philanthropic Venture

Los Angeles Clippers' star Chris Paul knows how to gain success indeed. Now, seems like he's building a huge fanbase on Instagram and expanding his focus with social impact investing.

/ March 27, 2017

How ‘Charity: Water’ Makes A Connection Between Donors And Whom They Help

Founded in 2006, Charity: Water is aimed to provide developing countries with clear drinkable water. Since then the organization managed to attract various partners and now plays a comanagement role, controlling mapping, long-term planning, and strategic investing on the ground.

/ March 27, 2017

Saint Hoax: How To ‘Make America Misogynistic Again’

Saint Hoax, a.k.a. Syrian, has created a new series entitled “Make America Misogynistic Again”. The artist has taken vintage American print ads from the 1940s-1970s and replaced their slogans with controversial Donald Trump quotes about women.

/ March 27, 2017

“Meet Walter”: Inside The “Alien” Franchise And Creepy Power Of AI

Meet Walter - an advanced synthetic companion that is created to serve and help enhance human experience. Created by 20th Century Fox together wth 3AM, AMD and 48 Communications, the short film promotes the anticipated Alien: Covenant movie.

/ March 27, 2017

Beyond Church Attendance: Rapidly Flourishing, Entrepreneurial INC Christianity

INC Christianity is one of the most powerfully growing religious structures in the US. It determines the main objective not to help prayers directly, but to control main institutions in the country, bringing «heaven to earth».

/ March 23, 2017

“HEROES. A Duet In Mixed Reality”: How To Combine Choreography And VR/AR

“HEROES: A Duet in Mixed Reality” is a new project, created by Melissa Painter. Inspired by the historic architecture of the Theatre at the Ace, she created a real beauty, combining VR, AR, dance and iconic song Heroes by David Bowie.

/ March 23, 2017

Awake Dating: The Place For Truthers To Find Love

Do you believe that the world is controlled by secret organizations and aliens already exist on the Earth? Meet Awake Dating: a website where your conspiracy theories might cost you a date.

/ March 23, 2017

Canan Dagdeviren: Life-Saving Devices That Bring Borderless Medicine

Born in Turkey, Canan Dagdeviren has been in the US for 9 years already, putting her far-off infant dream to help heart patients into life. At the moment she works as the director of the Conformable Decoders research group at MIT Media Lab, engaged with deep-brain...

/ March 22, 2017

Rokas Sutkaitis: The Hunter Of Soviet Era Trademarks

How much do we know about USSR art and design? I bet the answer is - pretty little. Rokas Sutkaitis, a Lithuanian graphic designer, and his special hobby - collecting rare and non-published logos and trademarks of USSR.

/ March 22, 2017

Jesse Hazelip Paints Tattooed Animals And Speaks Out About Racism and Police Brutality

Jesse Hazelip, Brooklyn-based graffiti artist and activist, covers urgent topics like mass incarceration, racism in white neighborhoods and prisons. Surprisingly, he uses the images of animals to reach his audience, let’s see how it works.

/ March 22, 2017

“Water & Power: A California Heist”: NatGeo’s New Doc Exposing Greed In The Water Business

Don’t be tricked by all the rain and snow this winter: another drought is likely around the corner. As “Water & Power: A California Heist,” a National Geographic documentary, narrates the state is facing problems that go deeper than just filling its reservoirs.

/ March 22, 2017
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