Former editor at MilkMade.com. I cover geek culture and the arts. Email me: Matt.Marquez@gmail.com
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Kevin Russ's job is to travel the country and take iPhone photos. Are you jealous yet?
Milk Made caught up with the Harlem MC on the set of the latest A$AP Mob music video “Acid” – which the self-proclaimed “flyest motherfucker” is also co-directing – to talk about the cost of fame, his other upcoming album with the Mob crew and the secret to pleasing a woman.
Casey Neistat makes home movies for a living. This is his office.
After eight months in the deserts of California, Theophilus London is back in New York.
It’s a strange thing to see Kanye West look happy. He’s a different man with a smile on his face.
Meet Three Modern Explorers Who Completely Dodged t...
The first time Madonna introduced herself to Richard Corman, she served him bubble gum and an espresso on a silver tray. It was 1983 and they were meeting in her East Village apartment for a photo shoot.
You can practically smell the cigarettes and the booze wafting up from a Brad Elterman photograph.
Patrik Wallner got to live the dream while filming The Persian Version (out yesterday), which follows an international crew as they journeyed from Iran to Turkey with the occasional detour because of little things
like denied visas.
The next time somebody is thinking about inventing a new drug, they need to call up director Jacqueline Sir.
There are certain rules that go unsaid, even to the very young and the sloppy drunk. Perhaps chief among those is to never, ever play on subway tracks.
The 6-minute special effects masterpiece turns Thom Yorke’s haunting track into a mesmerizing vision of shifting deserts and Yorke’s own crumbling face, and it all began with a poem.