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Snow Symmetry

The human body, elementary particles or ice crystals: reality around us unfolds itself in symmetries. Even when man creates — like in architecture, music or literature — [...]

Sumos

How does a landlocked country with a population of 3 million manage to maintain its identity against the hyper-nationalism of neighbours like Russia, China and Japan? This is [...]

Remember the Moments

You don’t remember the days, you remember the moments The complexity of our condition is that we continually try to combine intensity and duration. We can’t [...]

Blood Moon

Blood moon comes from the rusty red appearance during a total lunar eclipse, when the moon is in the Earth’s shadow. The color is caused by blue light scattering as the [...]

Celeste Challenge Accepted

Maybe everyone knows Celeste Barber and her sensual and athletic prowess — personally, we know her way more than most of the femme fatales she tries to imitate. Throughout [...]

On the Subway

How to make the most out of the time when it comes to travel on the subway? Scrolling, playing, reading, eating, peeping at the other passengers, trying to fall asleep, [...]

Topher & Rosenberg

They say dogs, over time, begin looking like their masters, even in ways and expressions. They seem to become real children, so the old saying “like father, like son [...]

Into Things

For a true photographer, a story is not an address to go with sophisticated cameras and right filters. A story means to read, study, prepare. Photographing means looking into [...]

Wild Child

Little Tippi Degré spent the first 10 years of her life growing up in the wilds of Africa with her parents Sylvie Robert and Alain Degré, both wildlife photographers, who [...]

Compulsive Art

One of Thomas Mailaender’s attributes is his ingenuity and ability to conceive curious and creative exhibitions using everyday materials, and his curated shows teem [...]