Los Angeles freelancer Hugh Hart covers movies, television, art, design and the wild wild web (for San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times and New York Times). A former Chicagoan, Hugh also walks his Afghan Hound many times a day and writes twisted pop songs.
- From Converse To Kanye: See The Rise Of Sneaker Culture From 1917 To Now
- How Salma Hayek And A Team Of Animators Brought Kahlil Gibran's "The Prophet" To Life
- Artists Bring 9 Holes Of Darkly High-Concept Mini Golf To The Venice Biennale
- Behind The Projectile Tongues, Wattles, And Other VFX Horrors In Scary-Gross Vampire Drama, The Strain
- How The Makers Of "The Stanford Prison Experiment" Recreated A Disturbing Study Of Human Nature
- Through The Lens Of An iPhone, And Transgender Prostitutes, "Tangerine" Tells A Fresh L.A. Story
- How Brad Bird Went From Disney Apprentice To Oscar-Winner And Architect Of "Tomorrowland"
- How Director Brad Bird Brought Back Our Bright Future For "Tomorrowland"
- A New Doc and Exhibit Salute "Alien" Designer H.R. Giger’s Dark Sci-Fi Legacy
- Can You Guess The Classic Movie From This Artist's Story-At-A-Glance Graphics?
- Creative Misdirection: How Designer Bill Blass And The "Ghost Army" Tricked the Nazis
- Drawing The Future: See CalArts Shorts By Tomorrow's Animation Stars, Today
- Unexpected Art Makes City Dwellers Reassess Familiar Urban Spaces
- A Dark, Twisted Cinderella Story: Artist Camille Rose Garcia Holds A Black Mirror Up To Children's Classics
- Voicemails From Grandpa And 3-D Printing Power This Unusual Comedy Short