Be the first to listen to an exclusive track from Brno-based legend burningboy’s upcoming record.
Apart from neon lights and exotic food, there’s a lot of struggle hidden in the streets of Hong Kong. Czech Architecture student Roman Kekel unveils the darker side of the significant business and economic centre.
Strip down the day clothes and reveal your midnight attire. This month we’ll look at what hides in the black hole.
Wear your heart on your sleeve and your cunt on the chest.
Sun-kissed skin and hair softly tangled by the afternoon breeze. Anton Shebetko’s quirky photo editorial is a light-headed memory of careless summer days.
Their music is like a bright red cherry-flavoured lollipop which will cut your tongue. Check out the interview with the four superheroines of the current music scene.
Coming from the heart of a Danish hinterland, Birk Thomassen’s intimate photographs are pure expressions of the delicate atmosphere of his own universe.
Smooth like a sunbathed skin, Dánae Cuesta’s analog photography is a celebration of the fragile moments tied up with a ribbon of shameless sensuality.
What to do when all we’re left with is our (bleak) future? The second year of 3hd festival invited artists, musicians, and academics to elaborate on the abstract question.
Through the craft of ceramics, Slovak-born Natalia Blahova found her way to a slowed-down lifestyle. We asked her about her delicate pastel-glazed work, as well as about living and working in Japan.
Revisit this year’s Lunchmeat Festival and take a peek of what it looks like when contemporary electronic music meets new media art in the Czech Republic.
Like a kaleidoscope of vibrant colours and scattered objects contrasted with nude body and white wax, Sasha Chaika’s photos compose a story of everyday sensitivity.