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Culture

post ‘game of thrones’, maisie williams turns app developer to create an online safe space for creatives

A girl has no follower count.
Roisin Lanigan
3 days ago
Culture

the augmented reality artists behind your favourite instagram filters

That Snapchat fad that shows you what you look like as the opposite sex is just the tip of the AR iceberg.
Hatti Rex
5.17.19
Culture

why the paparazzi are suing celebrities over instagram pics

Paparazzi are now biting the hand that feeds them.
Tom Rasmussen
5.17.19
Beauty

see how ezra miller got his seven eyes for the met

Make-up artist Mimi Choi has documented the five-hour process on her Instagram.
Cheryl Santos
5.9.19
Culture

why are we so nostalgic about the problematic noughties?

If pop culture really did die in 2009, it was probably for the best.
Dani Ran
5.9.19
News

instagram might remove ‘likes’

One small step for Instagram, one giant leap for… mental health?
Nicole DeMarco
5.2.19
Opinion

how instagram transformed the fashion industry

No other social media platform has come to define fashion with such visceral omnipotence as Instagram.
Osman Ahmed
5.2.19
Photography

'terms & conditions' celebrates the uncensored female form

"Gendered censorship reflects societal fears and the power dynamics that keep the female body sexualised, rather than understood."
Jack Sunnucks
4.10.19
News

lana del rey posts preview of new music on instagram

Sad girls of the world get ready.
Roisin Lanigan
4.4.19
Art

this artist is tackling intersectional feminism with digital collages

How Rinny Perkins is using her 70s-inspired memes to talk blackness, feminism and self-care.
Zio Baritaux
3.26.19
Fashion

the complex relationship between fashion and self harm

Self-harm imagery has always existed in dark parts of the internet, romanticised and stigmatised in equal measure. Now, fashion could be providing the platform for the issue to get the discussion it deserves.
Sophie Wilson
3.21.19
News

jonah hill's response to being trolled is what the internet needs

He used an impassioned post to start a conversation about online rage after taking on an Instagram troll.
Mitch Parker
3.1.19
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