BY Emily Rems
on Nov 06, 2013
“I feel like I’m a war photographer,” says photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur in Liz Marshall’s brave new documentary The Ghosts In Our Machine. “I am photographing history, and photographing changes in history right now, in terms of animal rights and where it’s going.” This sense of global shift—of an old world order being cleverly undermined by a newer, more compassionate one—permeates Marshall’s graphic, often upsetting meditation on how the animal kingdom is used and abused by humanity at large. Read More
BY Katharine Ernst
on Aug 22, 2013
Neko Case, BUST's upcoming October/November cover girl and crooning songstress extraordinaire, has a new album, The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You, out on Anti- September 3rd, and it's some of her most revealing stuff yet. Her unique, full voice ain't hiding anything on this record.
Since her move to Vermont, Case seems to be showing a deeper side of herself to her audience. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 12, 2013
When shopping for shoes, we're typically attracted by appearance and, of course, price point. Human rights and sustainability don't enter the equation as much as they should. But that can change thanks to Nicora Johns, a spankin' new footwear company with both environmental and labor considerations driving its business.
As a longtime cobbling connoisseur, 32-year-old founder Stephanie Fryslie decided to take matters into her own hands. Literally. Fryslie works alongside fellow shoemakers to create handcrafted footwear for her L.A.-based brand. Read More
In case you need another reason to love Ryan Gosling, here you go. Last week, proud Canadian, actor, eye-candy, and animal lover Gosling wrote a charming letter to The Globe and Mail to declare his outrage at the inhuman treatment of pregnant pigs, and praise Canada's National Farm Animal Care Council for trying to help stop it.
He noted that he was "so heartened to learn that Canada is taking steps toward improving the treatment of animals in the food supply. Read More
BY Katrina Pallop
on Feb 12, 2013
Looking for eyewear that's both stylish and philanthropic? Check out Fetch Eyewear, the Portland-based, independent company that is dedicated to providing fashionable, affordable eyewear that supports an awesome cause. Not only will you flip for Fetch’s adorable shades and frames, you’re sure to dig their mission: funding animal rescue and animal rights activism in Portland.
Founded in 2004 by Ann Sacks, Fetch is dedicated to working with independent optical shops—sourcing high-quality materials directly from manufacturers and suppliers while keeping costs low. Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Aug 09, 2011
While most of us are unable to watch Sarah McLachlan’s BCSCPA campaign video without tearing up and frantically changing the channel, there’s a hero out there actually facing the pain and doing everything she can to help diminish America’s growing problem with abandoned pets and shelter euthanization. Laura Flynn-Amato (above), an animal rights crusader hailing from Staten Island, dedicates her life to changing the fate of puppies born in mills. Read More