Greta Rainbow writes about art books, old MTV shows, digital ephemerality, cringe, Depop, kissing, refugee camp design, Catholic aesthetics, street sounds, translation, matchbooks, radio stations ...



Lost to the Sands of Time: Ephemerality in the Digital Age / Majuscule
The Rights to Public Sound Space / Hii Magazine
Godpilled: Pronouncing Their Love for the Lord / Editorial Magazine
The Co-Founders of @press_sf Are Reading Between The Times / SSENSE
Depop Captions Are Becoming The New Blogs To Read / Nylon
Breakups That Broke Us: Michelle Williams and Phil Elverum / InStyle
Are Alex Jones and Jacob Wohl Performance Artists? / The Outline
Considering Gender in the Age of AICAN, the Unhuman Artist / Topical Cream


Comic artist Johnny Damm / The Creative Independent
Skin in the Game: Red Bets on the Future of Fashion / Red DAO
Journalist Emma Madden / The Creative Independent
Clothing Designer Moriah Black / The Creative Independent
Author Anna Dorn / Shondaland
Designers Jeremy Karl and Eugene Angelo / Friends With Benefits WIP
Meet Leia Jospé, Curator of Cringe / W Magazine
Meet the Internet’s Favorite Movie Critic / Downtime
Filmmaker Isabel Sandoval / The Face
Tattoo Project Body Spells / The Creative Independent
Photographer Pelle Cass / Atlas Obscura
Everyone Is Kissing Tommy Kha / Interview
A Conversation With Hans Waege / Collecteurs


VoiceNotesCore: On Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter / LARB
Martine Syms Satirizes the MFA Experience / i-D
The Dynamism of Translated Works / Shondaland
Cookie Mueller’s Collected Stories / W Magazine
Jorge de León Archives Our Times On Canvas / Observer 
The Syrian Refugees Creating Design From Displacement / The Guardian
Joel Sternfeld’s American Prospects / The Brooklyn Rail
Amalia Ulman’s El Planeta / The Face
MTV’s Downtown Is a Hyperspecific Time Capsule / Vulture
Sarah Jaffe’s Work Won’t Love You Back / Bustle
Ragnar Kjartansson’s Circle of Death, Beauty and Time / I Care If You Listen
The Intimate Local History Hidden In High Maintenance / Observer
Telling the Story of Zimbabwe’s Subversive Creatives / Lit Hub
Inside Out and Upside Down: Tibor Kalman / Cooper Hewitt
Housebound: Portraits from the Winter Garden / The Belgo Report
Flesh, Blood, and Everything Nice, That’s What Girls Are Made Of / The Fine Print


Location Sharing Is A Way of Life / Buzzfeed News
Finding Meaning in Freelancing Outside Validation / Study Hall
The Best Looks From The Governors Ball / The FADER
‘Social Media Manager’ Is A Lot Harder Than It Sounds / Money
A Weekend at CHOP, Seattle’s Police-Free Zone / Bustle
Hey Internet DJ / The Brooklyn Rail