Arts/Culture

Adrian Grenier’s Eco Website SHFT Launching Pop-Up Shop

by Michael dEstries

Entourage star and environmental activist Adrian Grenier is taking his eco-friendly website SHFT into the physical realm with the launch of a new pop-up shop in downtown LA. Running May

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Draw Al Gore Day Scheduled For May 20th In Light Of South Park Drama

by Elizah Leigh

Scheduled for May 20, Molly Norris never expected that so many people would rally around her suggestion (and on the flip side, that so many others would give her a hard time due to lack of PC and religious sensitivity), so she’s instead asking the public to focus on Al Gore, instead.

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10 Post-Apocalyptic Visions Of A World After Humans (Gallery)

by Daelyn Fortney

The end of the world has been predicted throughout time from the days of the ancient Greeks to the writings of the Bible. Our modern era has been no different

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MoMA Exhibit Explores New York City Life Post Sea Level Rise

by MPD

Put on those galoshes and get ready for some culture! New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) recently welcomed “Rising Currents: Projects for New York’s Waterfront” –  an exhibit showcasing

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Nature Skull Sculpture Reminds You Who Ultimately Wins

by Michael dEstries

Fight as we might to separate ourselves from nature, we’ll one day (with the exception of Keith Richards) all lose that battle. Artist Jud Turner has put a unique spin

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Mechanical Steampunk Turtle – Art Or Creepy?

by Michael dEstries

Artist Lisa Black has reimagined the slow, methodic movements of a turtle as a robotic steampunk sculpture. It’s beautiful take on nature as a machine, but is it also a

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The Hummer Horse-Drawn Carriage (w/VIDEO)

by Michael dEstries

Jeremy Dean is an artist that set out on a unique mission: Take a massive HUMMER H2 and convert it into a horse-drawn carriage. The goal? To show just how

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