Tag: Features

Overtime: Sept 17 – 23

Posted by YESNIK, September 23, 2018 More stories below from this week (click on bolded words for more information): Jeffrey Deitch left MOCA amid controversy. Now he’s returning to L.A. to launch a gallery on his own terms. United Talent Agency Fine Arts head Josh Roth dies at 40. The American architect and theorist Robert […]

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Videos: Nuart Aberdeen BBC Documentary

Our friends from Nuart Festival recently received another fantastic recognition – the 2nd edition of Nuart Aberdeen festival (covered) organized in collaboration with Aberdeen Inspired, was captured in the Obair Ealain (Street Art) documentary by BBC ALBA. Shot on location during the duration of the 2018 edition of the festival, and narrated in indigenous Gaelic, the 60min feature […]

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10 features from other ROMs, skins, and platforms we’d like to see in stock Android

Stock Android has improved massively over the years, receiving plenty of polish and functionality since its launch roughly a decade ago. In the beginning, we didn’t have copy and paste, multi-touch, or even Wi-Fi tethering. Despite how far it’s come, there are plenty of cool features in ROMs, Android skins, and rival platforms we’d like […]

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Pixel 3, OnePlus 6T, and more – Every phone launching in October 2018

WinFuture New phones get launched every month of the year, but it looks like the October 2018 smartphones are going to be something else. Not only are we seeing six major launches in the span of only a few weeks, but some of those devices are the most highly anticipated releases of the entire year. […]

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Art Focus: Invader – The Elegant Nexus

Invader’s work is made from conventional, individual tiles whose simplicity and uniformity belies the intangible mass of history, knowledge, and experience with which these mosaics are imbued. The artist’s practice is intimately associated with both graffiti and video games, which have proven to be two of the most dominant and enduring strands of youth culture over […]

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Streets: Said Dokins & Fintan Magee // Nuart Festival (Stavanger)

We’ve recently written a lot about what was happening in Stavanger during the 18th edition of Nuart Festival, but we wanted to give you a heads up on the background of two of the arguably most impactful projects that took place. Both murals created by artists that came from other parts of the globe, Australian […]

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The best prepaid and no contract plans in the US (September 2018)

When we first started this prepaid carrier list in 2012, things were starting to get exciting. We were seeing processors with more cores, screens in true HD, and things were starting to get really interesting for Android. It’s now 2018 and the mobile industry has undergone a striking revolution. Carriers are becoming less aggressive, off-contract phones […]

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Streets: OG Slick (POW! WOW! Worcester)

Continuing to work with the POW! WOW! family, OG Slick recently finished a wall for this year’s event in Worcester, Massachusetts. The mural features a motif the Los Angeles-based artist has worked on in the past featuring his familiar Micky Mouse hands spray painting a smiley face. We’ll have more from POW! WOW! Worcester soon, […]

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Pop quiz: Google edition

This week’s quiz is all about Google. It contains 10 questions that revolve around the company’s products, history, and more. Think you know enough about the tech giant to get all of them right? Find out by pressing the Start Quiz button below — and don’t forget to share your result on social media at […]

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Apple iPhone XS vs the Android competition

With every new iPhone release, Apple earns accolades from the press about how beautiful, powerful, and most of all desirable the latest iteration of its flagship product is. Meanwhile, the Android-centered press usually tends to focus on how most (if not all) of the features and upgrades introduced with the latest iPhone appeared on Android […]

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Studio Visits / Interviews: Rowdy

Rowdy is perhaps best known for his crocodiles, which stalk the urban landscape with a quiet menace, and his cast of other characters which abound with abrasive energy. But the Bristol-based artist’s abstract landscapes, which can be read as both highly political but also deeply personal, represent a far more reflective and contemplative side to […]

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Streets: Nuart 2018 (Part III)

A few days after the official opening of Nuart 2018, we’re bringing you the final view of the new works produced for the 18th edition of the festival. The unprecedented lineup of 26 artists, two times more than their average over the years, included a significant number of stencil artists, a technique that has a special […]

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