Shave. Pencil on Paper.
Time-lapse sketch madness.
“Dündar isn’t exactly a homicidal psychopath: he was jailed last year after the newspaper that he edited, Cumhuriyet, published images showing that Turkey was secretly sending arms to the Syrian war. But nine gendarmes, warders, intelligence officers etc. accompanied him on his orthodontic outing; this is how Turkey under prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan spends its money.”
A perfect combination of business opportunities and friendly regulation in recent years has made London the European, if not the world, capital of financial technology companies, or FinTechs.
Now Brexit could take the title away and in its wake, complicate the rise of the nascent industry in Europe.
A daily (sometimes) timelapse sketch in ink and line.
Your opponents would love you to believe that it’s hopeless, that you have no power, that there’s no reason to act, that you can’t win. Hope is a gift you don’t have to surrender, a power you don’t have to throw away. And though hope can be an act of defiance, defiance isn’t enough reason to hope. But there are good reasons.
A Wired Magazine editorial. New this month. A molecular toolkit for high-precision DNA editing and all the fears and wonders it may bring.