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“What are you reading?” It’s a simple and intimate question @subwaybookreview asks commuters all over the world. While explaining a book should be a rather straightforward task, the responses are often as revealing of the person as they are the work in question, making for great reads in their own right.
Part cartoon, part poem, and part history lesson, Angie Wang’s essay on trying to find that one perfect dish of her youth—that one delicious meal that just feels like home—is a culinary comment on the idea of home, the inadequacies of nostalgia, and the displacement (and rediscovery) of culture.
Is it possible for one jumpsuit to replace all clothes forever? Probably not, but that isn’t stopping Abigail Glaum-Lathbury and Maura Brewer, the two artists behind Rational Dress Society, from trying. JUMPSUIT, as its known, is hand-sewn from sustainable fabric, comes in 248 NASA-approved sizes, and costs $150—the proceeds of which the two hope to put towards a single print advertisement in Vogue. All of which begs the question: would you wear it?
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