At the dawn of Y2K, 14-year-old Lena Dunham surveyed her soul in a Millennium Book.
Series: Guest Spot
Ideas and inspirations from our favorite bloggers, magazines, collaborators, and friends
In my new project, County Down, an epidemic of psychosis among the adults in a gated community coincides with a teenage girl’s invention of a designer drug.
Live… Suburbia is a book for anyone who has ever gone from aggressive BMX to skate, from heavy-metal to hardcore, from punk to straight-edge.
JD Film Fan
Addison Mehr is one of the many talented interns working on Teenage.
Petra Collins’ High School Dream
It’s hard to imagine Petra Collins actually went through puberty when you see her, now at 19 years old being the confident, rad chick that she is.
Interview with TweenHobo
@TweenHobo is a twelve-year-old – “but a hard twelve” – trainhopping teenybopper who keeps a twitter account on the side.
Sentimental Value Presents: Teenage Tales
For the past few years, I’ve been combing through eBay on a mission.
Youth and Beauty at the Brooklyn Museum
Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties is a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, which examines young people’s powerful influence on the visual culture of the 1920s.
Atherton Lin Presents: On Running
Right now Jamie and I are trying to finish the illustrations for our 2012 wall calendar, which is all about walking.
Becca Albee Presents: Samantha Smith
In the early-mid 1980s there were celebrities who happened to be from and/or live in Maine— author Stephen King, teen film actor Judd Nelson, musician/model Bebe Buell and film legend Bette Davis.