Editor’s Pick: Teng Yung Han

Inspired by the idea of dreams and their meaning in our universe, Taiwanese artist Teng Yung Han navigates a made-up world in which her drawings exist in the peripheral. First featured in Editorial Mag over six years ago, Teng now critiques the persona that she’s…

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Vereja

An elaborate cast of covertly knitted, imaginary forest-dwelling characters exist in Vereja’s garments alongside more anatomical symbols of the natural world, like dragonflies, birds, and stars.

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Editor’s Pick: Marc Kokopeli

For his exhibition die Pampertaarten, New York artist Marc Kokopeli takes up a popular craft practice known as “diaper cakes.” Diaper cake ideas use baby diapers to fabricate fanciful, themed objects, which are then offered as gifts at baby showers and gender reveal parties.

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Interview with Andrew Callaghan

Andrew Callaghan is drawn to annoying people like a moth to a flame. But partly maybe because he isn’t as immediately dismissive as the rest of us. He practices what he calls “radical listening” in his interviews, which is quite radical considering his subjects include Chet Hanks, the QAnon Shaman, attendees of the Hollywood antivax rally, a pickup artist bootcamp in Las Vegas, and numerous QAnon, Flat Earth, Conscious Life, and Bigfoot hunting conferences, to name only a few.

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Editor’s Pick: Natalia González Martín

Bringing together ancient and contemporary worlds, mythic stories with popular culture and subtle imprints of her own personal experience, A change (would do you good) is a solo exhibition of new works by Natalia González Martín that present the enduring power and symbolism of mythology.

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VeniceW

Venice Wanakornkul is among the herd of emerging designers going against the traditional and outdated systems of the fashion schedule and mass-production, while still creating longevity and community around her one-of-a-kind pieces.

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Tex Crick’s Valentine’s Day Mix

Tune in to Tex Crick’s collection of romantic songs this Valentine’s Day. The Australian musician offers up an eclectic mix of bossa nova, folk, and soft rock, capturing the highs and lows of this moody day. See our feature on Tex’s recent album, Live In…New…

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