Hilma Af Klint: The First Abstractionist

Hilma Af Klint started an art movement in the early 20th century that would come to dominate the West, becoming one of the most profitable and widely adopted styles within modern contemporary art: Abstraction.

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FASHION

Illustration of a virtual dress-up game; a female character stands on the left dressed in trends of the early 2000s.

A Y2K Revival is Happening Now

Whether it’s chunky boots, baguette bags, or wide-leg jeans, dressing like a late 90s to early 2000s teen movie character is suddenly back in style.

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BEAUTY

Illustration of a girl surrounded by mirrors and speech bubbles that read “take a peek” as she holds her hands up to her face in a state of distress.

Mirror, Mirror…

Participating in the No Mirrors Challenge means you can’t look at yourself for a full day. It might not be as easy as it sounds.

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CULTURE

Abstract illustration featuring pastel colors and shapes inspired by the art of Hilma Af Klint.

Hilma Af Klint: The First Abstractionist

Hilma Af Klint started an art movement in the early 20th century that would come to dominate the West, becoming one of the most profitable and widely adopted styles within modern contemporary art: Abstraction.

READ MORE

INDUSTRY