May 17, 2013
The beauty queen of Neapolitan suburbia, crowned “Miss Rovigliano” at the age of 19. The daughter of a local camorra boss in Castellammare di Stabia. Better known as Pupetta, the “little doll”, Assunta Maresca was one of the first female bosses of Naple's camorra.
Jumpstart your brain by stopping by COLORS' exhibition of "Happiness and Other Survival Techniques" at Vivid Sydney, Australia.
To feed their families and solve the city’s perennial traffic jam, Manila’s squatters have devised a new mode of transportation: the "manong".
The most popular blog in Liberia is a blackboard, updated daily by Alfred Sirleaf at the intersection of two roads. This is how he gets viewers.
Raffaele Cutolo applied the Sicilian Mafia’s rule of pyramidal power to Naple's "camorra", and gained a power so vast that the Italian Secret Service came to him for help.
Of all the Chavez-related street art out there, these and only these are the officially sanctioned stencils that bring Chavez' tracksuit to life.