During university I used to host a monthly girl brunch at my apartment. I invited all the girls I knew to invite all the girls they knew over on a Sunday and have a potluck style brunch that produced delicious results. There’s just nothing better than a kitchen full of ladies weaving around each other to fry bacon, set out their freshly baked scones or lift a hot waffle out of the iron. I miss those days, but last Sunday I was back in the girl brunch zone at ... Read More
Smoke Fairies’ first full-length U.S. release is out today, June 14! Best friends since childhood, this British duo have created a truly fantastical experience on Through Low Light and Trees. Understated yet powerful, the album is filled with strong American folk and blues influences. The album’s opening track, Summer Fades, features the two ladies’ gorgeous voices as they converge to welcome the listener to their mystical world; it is by far my ... Read More
  If you missed her most recent installation (click for our post) at Christopher Henry Gallery, fear not - Agata Oleksiak AKA Olek is coming back this June to the streets of New York.  Inspired by Yoko Ono's 1964 book of 'instructions', Olek combines her impeccable crochet skills with performance art in Crocheted Grapefruit, a participatory piece that aims to engage the public and encourage human interaction.  In Olek’s own words, "For the ... Read More
Greenpeace UK recently launched a new campaign against toy companies’ (excessive and unnecessary) packaging which use resources that are destroying Indonesian rainforests, and thereby endangering orangutans, elephants, and tigers. Their target is Mattel, if only because of the advertising they’ve created with the trademark Barbie image, but Disney, Hasbro, Lego and more are also to blame. So why Barbie? Greenpeace UK’s blog explains, “Love ... Read More
  Here at BUST we’re not shy about expressing our unabashed and limitless love for Miranda July, and we’re all excited about her upcoming film “The Future.” While some of the editors have already seen the film, I have not yet, and I feel a little embarrassed to admit it, but I think I’ve watched the trailer five times in the last thirty minutes. There’s a sort of rawness that Miranda July promises us here in her depiction ... Read More