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Freedom Cove

Wayne Adams and Catherine King have spent 20 years building their “Freedom Cove”, a self-sustaining, floating island in Tofino, BC, Canada, just to live off the [...]

Bodies in Motion

Scott Eaton’s Bodies in Motion is an ongoing photographic project that aims to document the power, beauty and possibility of the human body in motion. Scott began [...]

Poleurs

Best known under his pseudonym Poleurs, Pol Leurs was working as an engineer and now is already retired. As an autodidact in art, he was regularly published from 1975 to 1983 [...]

Intimate Window

Russia-born and based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nadezda has contributed to creative projects across various genres — most notably feature films, theatre, illustration [...]

Waiting a while

Born in 1964, Eric Droussent made his first steps in photography with an argentic camera. He learned to look, to compose, view, plan, anticipate and move the settings before [...]

Disasterland

Through his family-unfriendly paintings of Cinderella in a meat dress or Jasmine and Belle making out and the Queen from Snow White snorting cocaine, José Rodolfo Loaiza [...]

Pizza Cartoon

There’s a kind of art that is not on canvas, paper or other recognised mediums, but on a steaming box that in most cases will be crumpled up and threw away in a matter [...]

Christmas to my eyes

Bence Farkasinszki, aka Benze, is one of those guys who are influenced by the inner and outer circles of their environment. From their wife and the era we live in. All his [...]

Gods and Princesses

Best known for series like Fallen Princesses and Gods of Suburbia, through which she critically examines the “happily ever after” motif that we are spoon fed since [...]

Tapumes

Henrique Oliveira uses tapumes as a title for many of his large-scale installations. The term, which in Portuguese can mean “fencing”, “boarding”, or “enclosure”, [...]