BY Natalia Hadjigeorgiou
on Oct 14, 2014
The Dirty Girls were a group of teens in the '90s who supported the riot grrrl movement and feminism, but the bulk of the Internet didn’t know about them until a short documentary surfaced on YouTube in 2013. Read More
Art critic John Berger’s text Ways of Seeing suggests that women in art are often displayed for the pleasure of men, tilting their heads and looking at the viewer with an air of suggestion and submission. There’s a connection between this idea and his claim that advertising sells fantasy more than it does products; ads seem to suggest, “Buy this, and this girl will want to sleep with you.” The objectification of women sells.
Motorcycle advertising is no exception. Read More
BY Eileen Milman
on Jun 08, 2011
1)The Hermes Apple Carrier:
Maybe this is just the Hermes way of helping out the "Obesity Problem" we've been facing, or maybe its just a ridiculous way for amazingly rich people to spend their money… Regardless this Hermes new apple carrier is SILLY.
This bright granny smith-green, apple-holder is made out of lambskin, and lined with a stainless palladium shell. The strap has a horn handle knife, to slice up your apples and maybe fend off apple thieves. I want it. Read More