Rare Photographs Inside Movie Theaters Circa 1943

Arthur Fellig captures a candid glimpse of moviegoers in a darkened theater in New York circa 1943 for a one-of-a-kind series of photographs. Using an infrared flash and a special film, the Austrian photojournalist was able to take pictures in a rare setting displaying a direct reflection of behavior at the time from teenagers stealing kisses to the commonality of men dressed in buttoned-up suits.

Our Favorite Super Bowl XLIX Commercials

Super Bowl XLIX wasn’t just about the Seahawks and Patriots battling it out for glory. It’s even more than halftime performance of Katy Perry shaking her toosh with Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott. For most, including us, the Super Bowl was about the commercials. In case you missed any from Sunday’s game, we’ve got you covered. Dove Men + […]

MSA Brings Ceiling to Life

Visitors of The Harmony Festival at Vancouver’s Millenium Park will be delighted to see a playful art installation called Vermilion Sands, designed by Matthew Soules Architecture (MSA). The suspended canopy is made up of 260 cones hung upside-down that makes for an interesting organic sculpture varying in texture and sizes.