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What's Your Style? We've Got 4 Epic Dorm Looks to Help You Achieve Your #DormGoals
Summer is in full swing, and while your friends are lazing about poolside, you've got college on your mind. Wait, what? College? Yes, you're way ahead of the game, which is probably why you got into that super impressive program in the first place, nicely done! So first things first, you're probably thinking about your new digs, that rite of passage known as your dorm room. Your dorm will be your refuge, your sanctuary, that little corner of campus that you can truly call your own. So why not make it uniquely you?
Your Monthly Horoscope: July, 2016
Are you destined for greatness this month? Angie Banicki, Hollywood's top tarot reader and self proclaimed "explorer of the soul" shares her insights with us on what's to come. With illustrations by Jocelyn Mathewes, Angie's blend of…
Introducing Our Summer Essentials Lookbook
It's officially summer and we couldn't be more stoked. To celebrate, we crossed some of our favorite sun-drenched activities off our to-do list. Heat up, chill out, and shop the full lookbook here.  LAZY DAYS It's definitely too hot to do anything productive, unless doing nothing counts. Grab your bff, some soft-serve, and embrace the long hot days of summer…
Soul Mates: 4 Tips for Finding the Art Studio of Your Dreams
As an artist, deciding to find a studio can feel like things are finally getting real. Not only is it a commitment to paying extra rent, it's also a commitment to your craft, a pact with yourself (and your landlord) that you take your artistic endeavors seriously. As you sleep in your bedroom or cook in your kitchen, a studio is a space designated for chasing the creative muse through hard work. But, how do you find a place that inspires and motivates you without making your bank account cry? Writer and artist
POP ETC’s Chris Chu Takes Us To His Favorite Food Spots in NYC
The Brooklyn-based band POP ETC's latest album entitled Souvenir is just that: something to keep and hold onto. The band's frontman Chris Chu honed and crafted it over a few years, spending much of his time extracting the energy of New York and infusing it into his anthemic, yet intimate blend of pop music. As an artist who spends much of his time writing music in his apartment, the rhythm of the city suits him, providing him with a source of…
Cool Kids Book Club: 10 Ultimate Poolside Reads
Whether you consider yourself a bookworm or a literary bystander,  a great read is the perfect addition to all of your epic road trips and poolside hangs. Books make you wiser, give your eyes a break from screen-glow, and is it just me, or does everyone look immediately cool holding a vintage copy of their favorite novel?  If books make you cool, writer Leanna Robinson might be the coolest of them all. Here, she takes us to iconic indie bookstore
How To Design the Perfect Desk Space For Maximum Productivity Vibes
You probably spend most of your time sitting at your desk, whether you're pulling an all-nighter to get an assignment in or working at an office, making your desk a place you actually want to hangout at is key. Because really, your desk is a sanctuary of you, a place to think, create, and be 100% yourself. If it's a mess, then chances are your work is too. So we asked the interior design gurus over at
Six Pack: Week of June 27, 2016
This week's Six Pack brings us a powerfully positive selection of vivid art from Casiegraphics (Berlin, Germany), Orlando Aquije (Lima, Peru), Andy Westface (Hong Kong, China), Marc Urtasun (Barcelona, Spain), Crooks & Thieves (Baltimore, Maryland) and Geraldine Sy (Cebu City, Philippines). As a growing community, we appreciate every single person on the ride with us. If you like the work below, click through and give a promote. If you really dig an artist's work, follow them and stay up…
I Like It. What Is It? A Writer’s Guide To Describing Your Art To People
If you're an artist, you probably consider yourself a visual person. If you're an artist who can articulate the emotional, philosophical and aesthetic elements that drive your work into actual words, you are a unicorn. Most artists have trouble communicating their work to others, whether it's as an artist statement or in interviews or on their websites. While we all wish that people would just "get us" it's useful for artists to be able to talk about their work and themselves in a clear, articulate way. You don't have to be a wordsmith or a motivational speaker…
Virtue in Versatility: Casey Saccomanno's Multifaceted Creativity
Casey Saccomanno's nature inspired patterns have the delicate strength of an aged book of pressed flowers. As an independent print and woman's wear designer, she seeks to bring the outside in - taking a natural, handmade approach to anything she creates. Photographer and

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