The work of Polish artist and graphic designer Igor Morski, who uses his art to comment on the state of Western society and the world, is a kind of mix of surrealist painting and editorial […]
Everyone uses the slippery slope argument when it suits them and opposes it when it doesn’t. It was used by the Left against the partial-birth abortion ban in 2003. It was used by the Right […]
Every time we sit another Congress, I inexplicably think of this painting by Vito Campanella.
Politics is a professional sport. It has regularly scheduled contests in which score is kept and a winner is declared. It has annual seasons full of masterful plays and career-ending catastrophes. It has a daily […]
Everybody sees what they want to see. art by Amy Sherald, Brian Kenny, David Hammons, Faile Library, Icy & Sot, Jasper Johns, Keith Haring, Niels Kalk, Robert Carter, and Tony Futura.
William Gibson famously observed, a couple decades ago now, that the future had arrived, it just wasn’t evenly distributed. The fact that he had to say that and that people still find it insightful suggests […]
As far as we know, the alphabet was invented only once* — in Phoenicia (covering modern-day Lebanon, Syria, and Israel). It spread and persisted because with it, you can render any word in any language. […]