If you’re a fan of classic rock legends like Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, and Neil Young, then you should listen to Kurt Vile. The Philadelphia native first made waves with 2008’s “Constant Hitmaker,” a cleverly named collection of folksy, lo-fi bedroom … Continued
Author Archives: Liz Kulze
Matthew Stone, the London-based artist and party monster, opened a multimedia show earlier this month at The Hole on New York’s Bowery. The two-part eponymous exhibition was comprised of the visual series “Optimism as Cultural Rebellion” followed by the film-based … Continued
Born in Taiwan, where he lived until moving to North America at the age of 8, Alex Zhang Hungtai, better known by his stage name Dirty Beaches, has since drifted everywhere from Honolulu and Vancouver to, most recently, Montreal. On … Continued
Most art collectors pay for the pieces they love in dollars (millions, even, if you’re looking to invest in a Damien Hirst), but after immersing myself in Carsten Höller‘s Experience at the New Museum, I paid for it with a bruised tailbone, waterlogged ears, and a … Continued
It’s just as hard not to judge a writer by his novel as it is a novel by its cover. Fiction though it may be, we have a hard time not suspecting the work to be at least partly rooted in reality. … Continued
And boy-oh-boy are we glad.
The 19th century lens mistress takes us back in time with a series of intimate portraits.
The Parisian lenswoman reconfigures fashion photography—without the fashion.
We could sing androgyny’s praises for days—boys with gravity-defying cheekbones, girls in their boyfriends’ trousers—but why bother when photographer Marco van Rijt has so expertly turned up the heat on menswear-as-womenswear without uttering a single word? The Amsterdam-based photographer focuses his … Continued
Homer's 'Odyssey' as a cookbook? Yes, please.
Cars won’t stop honking, cabbies won’t stop yelling, and you just sat on the subway for way too long. Sometimes we just need to get out of the city. Luckily for BULLETT, leaving Gotham is just a stream away, thanks … Continued
The art of being fierce is one not easily learned. Nebulous and ellusive, it can involve scarlet lips, zip-up (and unzip-down) cargos, fishnets, fistfight rings, and biker-gang leather—thankfully, model Shanina was more than ready for the shape-shifting challenge. During a … Continued
Along the lines of flash-bulb induced blindness and obsessed fan heckling, press days are another downside of celebridom. That may explain why Das Racist was far from overjoyed at five in the afternoon, quarantined in a windowless room in a … Continued
Forget Doublemint Gum campaigns and outfit coordination, for us, twins are just another excuse to get a little weird. Chainmail, top hats, monocles, and more— check out our quirky twins styled in monochromatic mayhem. Photography: Ned & Aya Styling: Vava … Continued
Creation cannot escape destruction. Nature, be it human or science, will always see to its end. Ten years ago was a tragic reminder. In the flash of a fall morning, we learned of the bitterness of ruin and the harrow … Continued