HAHA TV: Le Corbusier’s Cite Radieuse

Join our HAHA MAG TV Host, Rachel Corrine as she takes us through a tour of Cite Radieuse. Designed by a true pioneer in modern architecture, Le Corbusier.

It’s A Wrap! Dutch Umbrella Episode 5


In our final episode, the spotlight is on notorious Philadelphia Yarn Bomber, Jessie Hemmons. You might have seen her colorful crochet wraps around trees in Rittenhouse. Or her bombing project for Minima in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia as a part of Design Philadelphia.

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 4

El Toro

This time around our Host, Lily Delphia gets some ‘adorable’ help introducing episode 4, featuring local artist, Frost 215.

HAHA MAG Presents: The Art of Steve Cleff

Steve Cleff is a favorite of ours and a featured artist in our Dutch Umbrella Episodes. And because he’s book up with shows, and running around co-directing the Philly branch of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-art School we couldn’t tie him down for his official Dutch episode. But he did send us the next best thing…

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 3


Meet our 3rd artist in the Dutch Umbrella Episodes. This time we’re following Artist, Kat Karnaky who arrived to the Philadelphia Art Scene by way of Texas. She describes her style as conversational and quirky. Our host, Lily Delphia drops in to see what Kat has planned for her umbrella.

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 2


Welcome back to our Second Edition of The Dutch Umbrella Webisodes. In this episode, we visit the studio of Artist, and Alabama Transplant, Brandon Dean.

HAHA MAG Presents: Dutch Umbrella Episode 1


HAHA Magazine asked Philly’s Dutch Umbrella Share Program if they would turn over some of their classic white umbrellas to and have them think of the umbrellas as a blank canvas. The results of which have been chronicled through The Dutch Umbrella Episodes. Epsiode 1 features Philly’s own NOSEGO.


HAHA MAG Presents: The Dutch Umbrella Episodes by VMAD Studios HAHA Magazine: Dutch Umbrella Episode 1 on Vimeo Stealing into E.1027, French Riviera by Rachel Corrine   Un caminito por La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina Le Corbusier’s Cite Radieuse – Marseille, France Historic Snowfall in Washington DC from Jennifer Tchinnosian


Don’t go to a museum with a destination. Museums are wormholes to other worlds. There are ecstasy machines. Follow your eyes to wherever they lead you, stop, get very quiet, and the world should begin to change for you. And if you see me, say something! We can talk about it together. — Jerry Saltz


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