Following the release of his recent LP The Interpreter, an album of radical remixes, Manchester producer Daniel Ruane returns with his newest offering Lakes, released just last week on LA’s Proximal records.
Those with a good memory might still remember the wild illustration accompanying our article on Madrid’s nightlife and music scene. The illustration I’m talking about is by the hand of 25-year old Dutch illustrator Elzeline Kooy, self proclaimed ‘happy drawer’, living and working in Rotterdam.
It’s certain that moving image is getting ever more important, and in the field of fashion that counts for something as much as in any other creative industry.
We had a chat with Federico Canal Santiangeli, one of the brains behind Harbor, an aesthetic video with dreamy images featuring the work of young designer Paloma Suarez.
The 5 defining tracks of the Berlin collective Ahead of their one year anniversary in Berlin’s Berghain Kantine, multi-disciplinary collective oqko look back at their first year of existence with five tracks that define the oqko sound. Cross-disciplinary and multinational collective oqko is the brainchild
Indre Svirplyte, a Lithuanian born beauty who whose deep rooted passion for illustration prompted a revolutionary concept for the world of fashion.
Hilla Semeri is a 20 year old illustrator and graphic design student based in Helsinki, Finland. Her younger years were spent in the city of Lahti, where she graduated from high school in a specialised art class.
It has been 17 minutes since he has not stepped on the pedal. He decides to turn on the radio. -A lost cow that allegedly, has fallen from a truck has caused traffic jam in the southeast …- The traffic report reveals the trigger of this unusual chaos.
The door opens allowing steam to escape into the icy night. A normal man enters. You couldn’t get more average than this guy. He’s bursting with mediocrity. Every detail is so common it’s as if society created him. It’s more than a pattern; it’s the ultimate pattern.
Stephen discovered Amazon Prime while he was in engineering school. For the first two weeks of class, he didn’t even get around to buying a blanket and sheets to cover the bed in his dorm room. He used a rolled up jacket as a pillow, and slept directly on the plastic mattress cover.
Our eighth and last Photo Graduate is Sem Langendijk, a young photographer from Amsterdam. He grew up in an old railroad station after which he switched to boats, and from a young age on has known an environment in which people had a lot of freedom to follow their own path; living by their own standards and ethics.