Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness. Statuary Deborah shattering into dust in a story about white wet skin lensed by Andrea Maino.
Can you be one and the same person at the same time? Portraits of an unquiet sea by Joseph Quevedo.
We catched up with the Californian musician before one of her gigs of the European tour and talked with her about black sides, underground music and movies played in slow-motion.
Eye wake up in a construct. Eye lay on my bed and sweat. Eye replay final moments. Eye try to picture her face. Eye program a future version of myself to remember it, slick with seawater, ringed with wet hair. A dark series by Rebecca Cairns with words by Ben Mirov.
It is mostly the feeling of being part of something, maybe also a kind of non-spoken strength and power that you may feel when you are part of a community, be it a group of friends or a family. It is really important to me, I need it personally, I need my own family. To share and live.
I cannot be considered a jeweler, it is just a part of ADAL. You have to start with something, else you end up keeping your creative world only for yourself and it is too easy and too difficult in the same time to live in your “hutte”, you need to challenge your creations in reality, at least to give it a try.
Mihaela Pascu in conversation with Gaspard Hex.
Anca Macavei in conversation with Richard Söderberg, the designer behind OBSCUR, on what does "avant-garde" stand for in fashion nowadays.
Everything that we see is a shadow cast by all that which we do not see. A wet portraits series by Sara Mautone.