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What Women Want

A hundred years on from when (some) women were granted the right to vote, are we listening to what they, as consumers, really, truly want? This is the question posed in a new exhibition backed by Kantar.

By Izzy Ashton

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The Financial Times

To redress the gender imbalance, the Financial Times have developed a bot that analyses their journalists’ work and alerts them if they quote too many men.

By Izzy Ashton

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The Future Library

Ever wondered what the world will look like when we enter the next century? A new project from the Scottish artist Katie Paterson aims to capture the nostalgia of the present in anticipation of the future.

By Izzy Ashton

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Massive Attack's 'Mezzanine' DNA album

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Massive Attack’s pioneering album Mezzanine, the Bristol dance act have another world debut: the first album to be released as encoded strands of synthetic DNA.

By Kara Melchers

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Skullfades Foundation

Horrified and appalled at the number of homeless people on Manchester’s streets, Ged started giving free haircuts to the homeless. It was from this that Skullfades Foundation was born.

By Izzy Ashton

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All I Know is What's On The Internet

Photos have become our social currency. They allow us the space to offer up our reality in a particular light, to curate a life that perhaps isn’t quite as accurate as our messy, sometimes chaotic but often dull daily existence.

By Izzy Ashton

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The Most Vicious Cycle

Gun violence in the US pervades global news feeds, at points seeming to be happening every single day. The atrocities play out in similar ways with comparable media reports in the days following and the same old empty comments of thoughts and prayers from those in charge.

By Izzy Ashton

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Banksy

When a Banksy piece recently went up for auction as the final lot of the Contemporary Art Evening Auction of 2018 Frieze week in London, many thought it was too good to be true. Which, in the end, it turned out to be.

By Izzy Ashton

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Upprinting Food

The printer’s use has seemingly been mechanical, assisting with engineering parts more than anything else. But now a Dutch design graduate and amateur chef has created a way to sustainably print food snacks.

By Izzy Ashton

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Parallel Lives: From North to South Korea

Imagine being able to stand next to the equivalent of you, somewhere else in the world? Arguably your lives resemble one another’s, at least on the surface. And yet you live in completely different countries, with completely different ways of operating.

By Izzy Ashton

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Captain Marvel

For young people today, a new conversation is happening, a new hero emerging. And they may be wearing tight spandex but this time, our hero is a woman. Welcome in Brie Larson who stars as the lead in Captain Marvel.

By Izzy Ashton

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V&A Dundee

Designed to be a link between nature and the city, the V&A Dundee museum is an important part of the culture-led regeneration taking place across the city and along its dockside.

By Izzy Ashton

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Insta Novels

When was the last time you read, and more importantly finished, a book? Fiction or nonfiction, digital or paperback, the chances are for many that you can’t remember. And yet we are constantly consuming words through our phones.

By Izzy Ashton

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WGSN and Coloro 5 key colours for S/S 2020

Over the course of five weeks WGSN and its sister company Coloro have released five key colours for S/S 2020, through a series of inspirational videos.

By Kara Melchers

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Fashion

Wikipedia's streetwear collaboration

By Izzy Ashton

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