Thinking politics, fun and art cannot coexist? 3hd festival has once again proven everyone wrong!
Relive the Kink Print: SELF launch with us through analog photos by Paulina Matova and DasaPhotos!
The first printed Kink is here, and so is the time fully dedicated to the topic of “self”. Join us at the release event in Prague on Oct 13, and stay tuned for a lot of self-centered online content too!
Berlin’s most talented queer artists are coming together for a fundraiser party for Lyra Pramuk’s facial feminization surgery this Saturday, October 6. Join the celebration, and don’t forget to bring some flowers!
One of our favorite festivals is taking place again this October – here’s what you can expect!
Afropunk, the platform embracing and empowering black folks, hosted a packed festival in Paris this July, and photographer Geneviève Dieng captured the cuties and beauties attending it!
It is no doubt Creepy Teepee stands out amongst all those huge, essentially commercial European summer festivals. This year’s edition was no exception, bringing delicate moments of pure happiness mixed with weirdness to everyone who was there. Read our report, accompanied by snaps capturing its raw energy by photographer Vaclav Mach.
Limited tie-dye collection, freshly customized clothes, inked skin, beer with tequila, DJs spinning fresh tunes, girl power, and lots of fun. Lena Luga captured what went down at the Kink x Recycle launch in Prague!
Our very exclusive upcycled fashion collection, made in collab with Recycle Vintage Store, is to be launched this Thursday June 23 in Prague. Take a first look at the empowering garments!
A festival whose lineup consists mostly of people of color and/or queer folks (OR queers of color) in the traditional, conservative Austrian capital? Yes, please!
We’ve joined forces with Prague-based Recycle Vintage Store to bring you an exclusive upcycled collection. The outcome of the fresh collab will be launched on June 21 at Kampus Hybernska in Prague – make sure to join us!
3D sounds, virtual reality, performances and robotics: Digital Arts Festival MIRA again introduced us to the world of electronic music and technologies. Here’s our review!