Category Archives: PEOPLE

Ivan Cicchetti

He has lived in Spain for six years, but the marked Italian accent of Ivan Cicchetti (Bolonia, 1988) doesn’t fool anyone and is part of his trademark. Tall and slim, he’s a man with a lively spirit and big ideas, forever sketching out plans and turning them into projects.

Atila Madrona

A fine line exists between working in an office and travelling around New Zealand on a bicycle, and we call it desire. Desire to make reality out of a passing thought, half in jest and half sincere.

Gisele Azad

Last year in the midst of the European-wide refugee crisis we talked to Iranian-born Gisele Azad, one of the volunteers of the Dutch refugee organization ‘The Vrolijkheid’. Now, a year later she still works with them and has recently teamed up with photographer Lotte van Raalte for a multidisciplinary project with a story.

Swiss Typefaces: The exclusive digital font library

From City Walls And Subway Cars To Magazine Pages and Company Branding The inspiring story of Swiss Typefaces, an independent design/typography company based out of Lausanne, Switzerland, begins on naked city walls and unadorned train cars, a sanctuary for any aspiring young street artist trying

The Photo Graduates

Upon walking across that seemingly endless stage at your graduation ceremony, carefully measuring each step to avoid the classic face-plant in front of all of your peers, there is a certain sensation that’s felt in the pit of one’s stomach shortly after receiving that ever

Kolor collective

In 2015, Hungarian born photographer Paul Kurucz founded a creative group, ‘The Kolor Collective.’ Featuring six artists and art producers, the group is based in the Kolor studio, which is situated right in the heart of Rio de Janeiro. The project started in Paul’s home

Pornceptual

Interview with Chris Phillips of Pornceptual by Charlotte Osinga A few years ago when I was working in an art gallery in Berlin, I invited a photographer of an important art blog to come to one of our openings. On the opening night he arrived

Gisele Azad

Happiness and helping others A few years ago I met Gisele, 24, in a Berlin nightclub, and we became instant friends. She told me she had entered the Netherlands as a refugee from Iran at the age of four and has been actively involved with

Taped Artifact

Sound & Visuals, a golden combination The music industry has always had a certain glamour, something appealing that makes many young people try and find their fortune in a world that’s said to be filled with the well-known ‘sex-drugs-and-rock&roll factor. Daan Kemp, 27, and Kevin

KOTI’s Oseno Jissle

Rotterdam is the capital of crossover concepts: with bars that turn into clubs and shops that equal as galleries, it´s a playground for young entrepreneurs.