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No country for young men

  The country lost another chance to keep quiet. Or perhaps to try to listen, to consider what their young inhabitants had to say. If, on the one hand, it seemed to [...]

Baby Baby

Many artists and authors have always been dedicating to the representation of childhood’s end, in a tender or dramatic way. Aggelos Papantoniou chose to do it, in his usual [...]

Mind the Gap

Margaret goes to the subway every day and sits on the platform, just to hear the announcement recorded by her husband, actor Oswald Laurence, in the 1970s. Oscar’s [...]

Fence

This is a very simple story, yet it reveals many complexities of our society, identifying them through characters’ way of communication, struggling to filter and convey [...]

Attraction

Urges in the undergrowth. Erupting fungal fantasies. Bursting botanicals… The dust and desires of a tiny alternative universe. Imagining the sensations of attraction [...]

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 [...]

Love & Saucers

David Huggins started painting his alien encounters in 1987, inspired by Budd Hopkins’s book Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods. He lost his virginity to [...]

Stronger Gender

A man who has stayed true to his debatable sense of style for 25 years undergoes a complete metamorphosis as soon as a woman enters his life. The advert ends with the [...]

What we used to be [Remix]

They say “New year, new life,” but what’s happened to me so far is not so promising about something new. One new year’s eve, as I’m watching [...]

The Beatles Rockband

And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make Commissioned by art director Ryan Lesser, project lead Josh Randall and producer Pete Maguire at Harmonix/MTV [...]