Double Exposure by Francesco Paleari




Gatsby Glamour

Riotous, decadent, excessive . . . the 1920s were an era of lavish, vulgar, complete sensory saturation. Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby, endeavors to capture this feeling of dizzying, glittering hedonism with … Continue reading

Tattoos: Pop Portraits, Japanese Traditional, American Eclectic

It seems that no matter how far we advance into the digital age, our bodies remain a place where we want to express ourselves. In this episode, we talk to three tattoo artists of differing styles. Vinny Romanelli embraces pop culture, tattooing detailed portraits of entertainment idols, Kiku works with the traditional Japanese form, and Stephanie Tamez embodies an eclectic mix of influences, with the occasional use of nice typography.