Imagine Looney Tunes in the upside down with a pinch of devilish wasabi. Enter the magic forest, but beware the shadows, while the moon is red.
What does it mean to be (post)-human, living through the complexities of today’s world? Stretching over a long, exceptionally stormy weekend, Amsterdam’s festival Sonic Acts took us on a turbulent existential journey through the facets of art, technology, science and music forms.
Beata Cervin’s playful photography will confuse your brain with its pop colors and everyday objects turned into new, unexpected combinations.
Enter the world where darkness reigns through our photo report from one of the finest Berlin-based label’s birthday party.
Let Simone Lini Trivulzio colour your desires and mirror your deepest yearnings.
The straight line you follow may well have other dimensions. Let’s distort the cartesian coordinates to see what hides behind the corner. Enter the warped void.
Yulia Krivich captures the Ukrainian youth nestled away from the chilly scenes of mid-winter.
Overcoming the boundaries of intercultural communication, Angela Lamprianidou connects the dots among us all through her unique dance choreography.
As a part of the generation of contemporary artists on Instagram, Jaana-Kristiina Alakoski challenges the conventional understandings of beauty and art as such. Check out our interview below.
Spanish illustrator and comics author Maria Herreros created a unique illustrating style through her painting craft skills.
Let’s have a little journey from fingertips to toes. Laurène Boglio presents her monochrome animation and colorful fantasy.
Intense yet tender, Dánae Cuesta balances between the extremes like the soft rays of sunlight tiptoeing on people’s skin in her photography.