FROM THE ARCHIVE: As an activity that takes up a large proportion of our time, getting a job that doesn’t send you over the brink of insanity is probably a good thing. But given that most people tend to have several occupations over the course of their lives, you’re almost assured to have to endure at least one or two tough jobs.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Since the Pirelli Calendar’s inception in 1964, the images have been not just of beautiful women but of the beautiful women. Here, we look back on the epitome of Mediterranean beauty, Signora Sophia Loren, who appeared in the famed calendar in 2007.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: In light of the announcement that Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron will design the new Vancouver Art Gallery, we revisit our story on the gallery’s director Kathleen Bartels and the challenges of art and museums in the 21st century.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There are many ways to change the world. March in a protest. Love someone. Make a movie. Watch one. Sarah Polley has done these things. The filmmaker has been appointed one of the country’s highest honours: an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Vienna is a feast for the senses, a living city very much in concert and comfort with its illustrious past.
k-os finds his inner beatnik with a new album and a new outlook.
FROM THE ARCHIVE:On the balance sheet of life, Justin Trudeau has a few noteworthy items on the asset side, not the least of which is the fact that he is the eldest son of former Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau, possibly the most widely loved and respected of all Canadian heads of state.
Picture New York’s Times Square, nighttime, in the 70s. It’s busy, bright. For kicks, four or five twentysomethings, with suitcases full of clothes and make-up, are playing dress-up and staging photo shoots at a row of photo booths.
From the lifestyle bible of the same name comes the Wallpaper* City Guides (Phaidon Press): an insider’s pocket guide to the world’s most exciting cities.