Living in Cuba, Rose Marie Cromwell encountered the strange, the surreal, and the spiritual. With her photos, she wove it into a story full of surprises.
Amanda Feilding once drilled a hole in her skull to broaden her consciousness. Today, she is a leading advocate for the use of psychedelics to cure mental illnesses. She told us why LSD is not a party drug but should be considered taking in a museum.
Ukrainian painter Kazimir Malevich considered the art of painting shackled by natural forms and colors. In 1918, he wrote down why it needed to be set free – a manifest equally fascinating and crazy.
This is how you turn music into color.
Why looking at the past in color is such an uncanny experience.