In 2020, the pandemic threw a wrench into a lot of people’s plans for celebrating important milestones—like graduations. And it was no exception for 24-year-old education activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. The best-selling author completed her studies in 2020, but had her ceremony postponed like so many graduates. After a year of waiting, she’s now had the opportunity to participate in her official graduation ceremony.
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Have you ever wished you could step inside a work of art that was particularly mesmerizing?
It's not easy to create a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional medium, but artist An Jae-hyun shows how he does it in his series of step-by-step illustrations. The Korea-based art teacher uses shapes, perspective, and measurements to create realistic drawings of different objects that look like they're popping off the page.
After years of meticulous research, authors Judy Tyrus and Paul Novosel have brought the rich history of the Dance Theatre...
Wildlife conservation photographer Carla Rhodes loves to feed the birds.
Sometimes we take for granted the resources that fulfill our basic human necessities—like access to food, clean water, and even hygiene products. However, for some people, those things don’t come so easily. Ella Lambert, a 21-year-old student in the UK, wanted to make a difference somehow, so she thought of a way to help women with limited access to feminine hygiene products.
Some sunsets are so spectacular that there's the overwhelming feeling to want to bottle them up and keep them forever.
Colorful Textured Portraits Made With African Print Fabrics Highlight the Complexities of Human Beings
Combining striking acrylic color and printed Ankara fabric, Nigerian artist Marcellina Akpojotor crafts powerful yet intimate portraits.
Comics on the internet are a powerful way to connect with others. For the creator of the comic, it’s an opportunity to express themselves. For the readers of it, the drawings can make them feel seen. Illustrator Lainey Molnar is doing just this with her empowering images that revolve around women and their experiences in the world.
New year, new calendar, new planner.
Kyoto is known for its beauty, but things are getting even better this December.