Some people have it harder than others. French-born, Prague-based illustrator Benjamin Tejero speaks out on behalf of everyone who is unfairly separated in our society through his art.
You don’t have to sit like a girl or run like a boy. Photo editorial shot and directed by Alma Rosaz supported with drawings by Diane Rosaz is discussing the gender performativity as defined by Judith Butler.
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!
To kick off our Shape issue, we’re introducing Manon Houdard-Jules and her adorable illustrations.
Let’s have a little journey from fingertips to toes. Laurène Boglio presents her monochrome animation and colorful fantasy.
We interviewed French producer coucou chloé, whose club-friendly ballads make us go weak at the knees.
Curiously serene and bathed in a gentle sunlight, Giulia Ricciotti’s photographs are pure embodiments of dancing on a daydream in the Parisian streets.
The shadow world of clowns and faded glory of acrobats and exotic animals transferred into the 21st century scene of electronic arts. This year’s Transient Festival came into its finale as a dark circus of contemporary music producers and digital artists.
Co dělat, když vás přestane bavit město, ve kterém žijete? Nezbývá než jít až na dno, opustit jeho běžnou tvář a hledat to, co ostatní nevidí. Stejně jako Gabriela Emanovská ve svých fotografiích.
French DJ and music producer Yung Soft, former member of ex-Ideal Corpus duo, which played at this year’s Creepy Teepee festival, brings us an exclusive mixtape to combat your post-summer blues.