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Black Panther's Costume Designer Breaks Down the Real World Inspiration Behind Key Looks
Black Panther’s costumes weren’t just the garb of King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and the people of Wakanda. They were also a loving tribute to the art, history, and culture of several African nations. Now, the film’s costume designer Ruth Carter is giving an inside look at how she mixed tradition and technology to bring the film’s Afrofuturist vision to life.
Today in 1968: Margaret Atwood schools her interviewer on the meaning of "poetry" | CBC Arts
Asking a poet what their poetry “means” is always going to be hairy, but when a CBC radio host posed that question to Margaret Atwood in 1968, it resulted in a McLuhan-esque conversation about the nature of human thought.