Blogger of the Week: Mey Feng of Every Sundays

by: Isaac Perez Solano

A look behind the camera at the lives of some of your favorite street style bloggers. This week, we speak with Mey Feng of Every Sundays.

Tags: Blogger of the Week, Celine, China, Every Sundays, Facebook, Fashion, Hong Kong, Instagram, Isaac Perez Solano, Mey Feng, street style, style, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, Venezuela
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Fire and Smoke: Everyday Life in the Venezuela Riots

by: Haley Houseman

Jose David, a student at the Universidad de Oriente in Venezuela, discusses the state of everyday life in his city.

Tags: Leopoldo Lopez, Nicolas Maduro, political unrest, Protest, riots, Social Media, Twitter, Venezuela

These Times They Are a Changin’

by: Jenni Zellner

Magazines are not a dying industry.

Tags: Anna Wintour, Bullett, Cosmopolitan, Facebook, Fashion, Instagram, Jenni Zellner, Joanna Coles, Kate Moss, Kate White, Magazines, New York Magazine, Newsweek, Playboy, Self, Spotify, The Atlantic, The Wild Magazine, Tumblr, Twitter, Vine, Wired

(NSFW) Nipple Nonsense

by: Emily Kirkpatrick

Sometimes a nipple is just a nipple.

Tags: Alex Perry, Aqua art fair, Aquilano Rimondi, Basel art fair, Blogger of the Week, Brooklyn gallery, Emily Kirkpatrick, Evan Rachel Wood, Fashion, Frances Kwon, HumanNYC Gallery, Instagram, Linda Fargo, miami street art, New York Magazine, Pink Horrorshow, Rachel Yaeger, The New York Times, The Wild Magazine, Twitter
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If Art Could Tweet

by: Claire Voon

A lot of artwork speaks to us, stirring up emotion or memories. I feel a sense of calmness when I gaze upon Van Gogh’s Starry Night, terror at Goya’s Saturn Devouring His Son and annoyance […]

Tags: ART, Charging Bull, Claire Voon, Damien Hirst, Edvard Munch, Mummies, The Scream, The Wild Magazine, Twitter
Teju Cole WILD magazine

A Dictionary of Modern American Usage by Teju Cole

by: Blaine Skrainka

Do you follow Teju Cole on Twitter? I only recently discovered his 140 character prose, but immediately felt the need to follow and share his public thoughts (Twitter provides the peculiar opportunity to do so […]

Tags: Ambrose Bierce, Blaine Skrainka, cliche, Dictionary of Received Ideas, Gelett Burgess, Gustave Flaubert, Literature, Mark Twain, Samuel Johnson, Social Justice, Social Media, Teju Cole, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, writing
Sen. Wendy Davis

Erick Erickson calls Sen. Wendy Davis an ‘Abortion Barbie’

by: Blaine Skrainka

Earlier this afternoon, conservative thought leader Erick Erickson tweeted this little gem about one of our newest political heroes out of the great state of Texas, Wendy Davis: It is a bit embarrassing that Abortion […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Erick Erickson, misogyny, Politics, Sexism, Social Media, The Wild Magazine, trolls, Twitter, Wendy Davis
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I’m Not John Galliano’s Daughter.Â

by: Andrea Avidad

One of the best memories I have, from a night most consider to be a nightmare -a.k.a. my high school graduation party- consisted of me finding my dad facedown on our magnificent dining room table […]

Tags: Cannes, Charlie Rose, Dior, Givenchy, Hitler, iPhone, John Galliano, La Perle, Lars Von Trier, Mark Zuckerberg, Mephistopheles, Natalie Portman, Parsons, The Wild Magazine, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube
Locked Up

In Case You Missed It, the First Week of May

by: Blaine Skrainka

Here’s what we’ve been paying attention to this week Lawyers of the prisoners at Guantánamo say that at least 100 of the 166 inmates are now on hunger strike, with a handful now required to […]

Tags: Bangladesh, Bangladeshi garment workers, Baron Davis, bible, birth control, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Conservatives, contraceptives, Crickett, FAA, garment workers, Global Warming, Guantanamo, Guantánamo Bay, Gun Control, gun deaths, hunger strike, illegal immigrant, Immigration, In Case You Missed It, Jason Collins, Kobe Bryant, labor rights, LGBT, May Day, Michelle Obama, Morning Joe, NBA, New York Times, Politics, rifles, sequester, Steve Nash, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, Women's Rights, workers rights, world
Press Play Pause doc

Press Pause Play: The Digital Revolution

by: Joseph Johnson

This week saw the floatation of Facebook on the stock market after its owners placed a value of more than $100 billion on the social networking business. The historic debut meant over 1,000 investors in […]

Tags: ART, Bill Drummond, blogger, creative agency, Culture, debate, digital, documentary, Facebook, Film, Hot Chip, House of Radon, Joseph Johnson, MOBY, music, Myspace, photography, physical, Press Play Pause, Robyn, Social Media, Swedish, Technology, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, virtual, YouTube