It’s like we don’t exist’: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith on Native American artists

Earlier this month, the National Gallery of Art in Washington announced it had made history – it bought a painting by a Native American artist for the very first time.

The gallery purchased I See Red: Target, a 1992 piece by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, a response to the colonization of America by Christopher Columbus.

Designer Builds ‘Ectocycle-1A’ Inspired by Ghostbusters’ Iconic Car

There is nothing better than a hardcore fan who is also a handy person since they are always the ones who come up with exceptional homages to the shows and movies that we all love. If you’re a Ghostbusters fan, you’re most definitely in for a treat.

Scientists Make Breakthrough Study on the Birth of Black Holes

A research team led by Cardiff University scientists claim to have made a great stride towards understanding how a supermassive black hole (SMBH) is born.

The scientists used a new technique that allowed them to zoom in on one of the cosmic giants in never-before-seen detail.

Nigeria’s Yoruba women announce their arrival in retro-style

When an aunt sent Oye Diran an old family photo, he was mesmerised by the high sense of fashion and style exhibited by the Yoruba women of West Africa in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

The photo was of his mother and her sister adorned in iro and buba, the colourful two-piece outfit of wrapped skirt and top popular with Yoruba women in Nigeria.