On the heels of her latest release, a beautiful self-reflective anthem ‘Alone Together’, San José’s brightest pop star Anja Kotar talks her upcoming EP songs from isolation, authenticity and self-discovery.
Tattoos are inseparable from today’s alternative youth. In fact, merging your skin with different ink creations has become a new way of narrating your life. Here’s a glimpse inside London’s underground scene of stick and poke, as revealed by a queer tattoo artist.
In 1983, the DPP (Director of Public Prosecutions) published a list of 72 films that they believed were too offensive and gruesome to be released in the United Kingdom. From Ruggero Deodat’s Cannibal Holocaust to Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, those motion pictures were re-released in the 2000s. But did the UK need them in the first place?
In our interview with Raney Charlevoix Peterson, the Brooklyn-based photographer and illustrator reflects on her inspiring journey of becoming a digital content creator. The artist also explores the process of finding creative freedom and learning how to embrace her most eccentric ideas.
The interactive wall installation ‘The Disappearing Wall’ by the Goethe-Institut is coming towards the end of its European tour. Quite fortunately, there’s still some time left to experience the visually striking and extremely unique installation.
Review of Nathan Israël and Luna Rousseau’s ‘L’homme de Boue’ — solo performance that deals with the figure of a monster, trying to be perceived as an individual. Continue reading ‘L’homme de Boue’ Review: To Tame the Mud Man.