Yen Artery

Artery: Monday’s Model: Anushka Stupakoff

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Photographs by Amie Milne | 29 September 2014

This Monday’s Model has a bit of a reggae flavour on her iPod and isn’t afraid of taxidermied animals. So brave. Amie Milne met Anushka Stupakoff in London for this laidback shoot. (more…)

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Artery: Leah Mariani Cut From The Same Cloth

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Karina Lowndes | 29 September 2014

Last year’s STAEDTLER Yen Art Award winner Leah Mariani is hosting a solo exhibition. Set your Baby G alarm to 6pm the night of 2 October! (more…)

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Artery: Friday Fiction

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Story by Claire Low | 26 September 2014

The final runner-up in the 2014 Yen Short Story Comp is Claire Low, with her powerful piece ‘The Competition’. This story induced a very visceral reaction for the judging panel – mortifying yet captivating. (more…)

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Artery: Brian Giniewski Drip Pots

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Varia Karipoff | 26 September 2014
Brian Giniewski Drip Pots

There’s no other vessel you should entrust your posies to but Brian Giniewski’s earthenware drip vase. (more…)

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Artery: Lena Dunham Answers Some Questions

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Varia Karipoff | 25 September 2014

Lena Dunham is about to drop her memoir, but not before she nearly ‘Sharon Stones’ herself as a self-help guru in these clips. Let the self-reflective and kindly voice of a generation be your life spirit-guide. (more…)

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Book Club: Banned Books Week

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Varia Karipoff | 25 September 2014

It’s Banned Books Week so we are celebrating our freedom to read. Taste it. Taste the liberation. Here are five rebellious reads for you to enjoy in all their smutty glory – oh sure scorteum fascinum sounds like a Harry Potter spell but trust us, it ain’t. (more…)

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Artery: New Band Alert

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Yen | 19 September 2014

In search of a new group to draw love hearts around? Allow us to introduce Little May. (more…)

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Artery: Keep Your Day Job, It’s Ok

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Varia Karipoff | 18 September 2014

Find comfort in the crappy jobs of the famous artists and writers that you admire. Natalya Balnova’s illustrated book, Day Job, is a little bit of assurance for every creative who ever nearly ran out of steam. (more…)

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