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Boys don’t cry? Meet three young men in Moscow who are obsessed with make-up

Beauty in LGBTQ unfriendly Russia

Eyes of Exodus: refugee stories told against a breathtaking backdrop

The heartbreak behind one couple’s – and one tiny Greek island’s – attempt to help Syrian migrants

Nobody Dies in Longyearbyen

Is it really illegal to die in the northernmost city in the world?

Growing bananas in an Austrian winter

Oasis No. 8 is part art installation, part greenhouse, part eco-experiment

‘Concrete Horsemen’ shines a light on Philly’s urban cowboys

Photographer Cian Oba-Smith explores ideas of race and class in Northern Philadelphia

‘The Swimming Club’ mini-doc reveals an intimate, inclusive space for trans bodies

Opening up a conversation on public spaces

Being Gay in Sierra Leone

Photographer Lee Price captures what it means to be illegally LGBT in Africa

We’re in love with this Lebanese band’s ode to Arab women & their fight for equality

Helmed by a female director for an all-male indie band

Medina Dugger’s eye-popping, contemporary celebration of ‘a very political issue’

Millennia-old Nigerian hair culture meets modern photography and sculpture

Pixy Liao explores sex & power roles in China

The photographer and her boyfriend switched gender roles for her latest exhibition in Malmö, Sweden

Transgender women break with convention at the convention

A glimpse into a conference that hosts 150 trans women in their 50s, 60s and 70s.

The 14th Factory hits Downtown LA with 3 acres of art

The space focuses on meaningful art experiences with an emphasis on social responsibility.

A Commitment to Airbnb’s Community

A brand that serves all, no matter who you are.

Any Family Can Relate To ‘Homegrown’

Satirical photos with equally funny titles.

Kenzo Is Nailing These Campaigns

They’re playing their creative cards.

Designer Daniel de Bruin’s Analog Printer

The printer replaces the artist’s 3D printers, allowing him more control than ever.

Lars And The Real World

Shot in the Faroe Islands, North Atlantic.

Tyler, The Photographer

To him, they’re not celebrities, just people who want to make art.

Liquid Shards by Poetic Kinetics

Cue dream pop music.

Sophia Al-Maria’s First Solo U.S. Exhibition

Set to debut on July 26th at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Marfa: A Dusty Town Turned Enclave

We’re buying a one-way ticket to Marfa, TX.

Cristiano Ronaldo + Nike Present: The Switch

“Freaky Friday” meets ESPN.

The Man & The Sea

Derek Hynd: ex-pro surfer and lover of the sea.

Seattle International Film Festival’s Last Week

And we’re looking at the short films.

We Live This : A Short Documentary

The members of We Live This admit to panhandling, but they’re doing it differently: without words and with smiles.