July 10, 2017

Crowd of 65,000 Concert Goers Spontaneously Break into Singalong of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

When you’re at a concert, waiting for your favorite performer to take the stage can be a bore—even with other music playing over the loudspeakers. Most of the time, these ambient tunes are ignored. After all, you’re there to see a live act, not listen to the radio. During a recent Green Day concert in London, however, this pre-show ritual might’ve been better than the main performance.

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June 3, 2017

Rarely Seen Photos of Freddie Mercury with His Long-Time Love Jim Hutton

The late singer Freddie Mercury is known for his amazing and unforgettable voice. He’s also remembered for his battle with AIDS, which he was diagnosed with in 1987 and died from complications of in 1991. Although the world lost Mercury too soon, he was not alone when he passed away. From 1985 to his death, Mercury was accompanied by his partner Jim Hutton.

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May 4, 2017

Vogue Set Up a Photo Booth for Met Gala Guests to Star in Their Own Music Videos

Social media might give people major FOMO (fear of missing out) on a daily basis, but it’s also a powerful tool for elevating an already spectacular experience. The recent Met Gala 2017 was a star-studded parade of amazing ensembles that showcased the true artistry of fashion. And, as it turns out, it was also a site of cool art videos that will forever encapsulate the spirit of the night.

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February 28, 2017

Artist Dissects Hayao Miyazaki’s Animated Films, Displays All Iconic Objects Found in Them

Artist Jordan Bolton has an unusual way of commemorating great films. Rather than celebrating the actors or their jaw-dropping plot twists, he turns focus towards the small things. Specifically, the items that have significance to the characters, but aren't the stars of the film. Last year, we marveled over his Objects series, which painted a unique portrait of the motion pictures using only their props.

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