The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul

by C.S. Jobson When you think of art, as in paintings, sculptures, and illustrations, from the 1980s, three names come to mind for the general public: Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. Warhol continued to create artwork for clients and celebrities, including the cover of Diana Ross‘ 1982 album Silk Electric but had delved further into becoming a media and TV personality. He headlined two … Continue reading The Whitney Museum’s “Fast Forward” To ’80s Paintings Was Nostalgia For The Underground Soul

It’s A No For Me When It Comes To “Millennial Pink”

Oh, God! The Cut! Are we doing this! “Millennial…pink?” Last week, on the historic date of March 19, 2017, (in online journalism) The Cut officially tried to make millennial pink happen. According to Instagram, it’s already happening as It girl Hannah Bronfman used it as the caption for one of her photos the day after the listicle was published. The Cut‘s contribution is a somewhat revisionist … Continue reading It’s A No For Me When It Comes To “Millennial Pink”

A Look Inside RESIST! The Illustrated Newspaper of The Women’s March

by Shae I heard of RESIST!, the (somewhat unofficial) newspaper of the Women’s March on Washington online.  It was from one of the many posts about the then impending march and stood out amongst the ready to rumble excitement as women and their allies were readying their shoes to walk all over President Trump’s xenophobia. To be exact, it was social media that alerted me of RESIST!, a special … Continue reading A Look Inside RESIST! The Illustrated Newspaper of The Women’s March