Thursday, October 17


Rapper Kanye West showcased his fashion line Yeezy Season 3 and his album “The Life of Pablo” at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 11. He announced the creation of Yeezy Season 4 on Thursday. (Creative Commons photo by Rodrigo Ferrari/Flickr)

Love | Hate: Is Kanye creating fashion or a fiasco?

This just in: Kanye West announces the beginning of Yeezy Season 4. Though it’s been just over a year since the premiere of Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 1, the hype is as strong as ever. Read more...

Photo: Rapper Kanye West showcased his fashion line Yeezy Season 3 and his album “The Life of Pablo” at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 11. He announced the creation of Yeezy Season 4 on Thursday. (Creative Commons photo by Rodrigo Ferrari/Flickr)

Rapper Kanye West showcased his fashion line Yeezy Season 3 and his album “The Life of Pablo” at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 11. He announced the creation of Yeezy Season 4 on Thursday. (Creative Commons photo by Rodrigo Ferrari/Flickr)

Graphic designer David Wexler, who creates set designs for artists such as Flying Lotus, Erykah Badu and Skrillex, will give a talk as part of Design | Media Arts' lecture series Thursday. (Courtesy of Theo Themison)

Q&A: Graphic artist David Wexler on media, design and Strangeloop

The following sentence is false. The previous sentence is true. This self-referential paradox that cognitive scientist and philosopher Douglas Hofstadter describes as a “strange loop,” a phenomenon that occurs when one moves through real or imagined levels, but unexpectedly arrives where he or she started. Read more...

Photo: Graphic designer David Wexler, who creates set designs for artists such as Flying Lotus, Erykah Badu and Skrillex, will give a talk as part of Design | Media Arts' lecture series Thursday. (Courtesy of Theo Themison)

Graphic designer David Wexler, who creates set designs for artists such as Flying Lotus, Erykah Badu and Skrillex, will give a talk as part of Design | Media Arts' lecture series Thursday. (Courtesy of Theo Themison)


(Courtesy of Republic Records)

Album Review: ‘Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven’

Kid Cudi’s new album cover for “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven” bears a striking resemblance to Robert Capa’s 1936 photo “The Falling Soldier.” In the photograph, Capa captures the moment a soldier is shot by a “speeding bullet” and falls to his death. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Republic Records)

(Courtesy of Republic Records)