If you grew up in a religious household–or had a grandparent who loved bric-a-brac—chances are you’re familiar with Precious Moments. They’re the porcelain miniatures that depict young children doing good deeds. They might be cute, but there’s always b…
Rather than try to propose a way forward for fashion in the era of Covid-19, designers mostly carried on with business as usual at Paris Fashion Week.
The NYC Sanitation Department’s artist in residence salutes Covid-19 essential workers.
It’s been 80 years since four teenagers discovered the Lascaux cave paintings in Montignac, France.
Few scenes scream “Star Wars” more than the one set in the Mos Eisley Cantina: the creatures, the music, the introduction of Han Solo and Chewbacca. It’s as iconic and memorable as Star Wars gets. And now, artist Kevin-John has immortalized it like nev…
Foreign students face a cocktail of concerns, from racial intolerance to uncertainty around visas to the country’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Obsidian Entertainment’s new game about a group of teens that have been shrunk to the size of bugs is equal parts thrilling adventure and terrifying nightmare. Inverse has an exclusive look at how some of the early concept art captured that sense of excitement.
Any anti-Semite who gets up and sings “God Bless America,” that is a song written by a Russian Jewish immigrant.
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The world continues to lurch along beneath the weight of the COVID crisis and as each day goes past the economic outlook gets worse. Bad news follows bad news: millions more unemployed; output is down; borrowing is up and, to […]