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Bill Viola, videoart at its best in a new book

Issues related to the human condition and the human being’s ability to scale and know the universe in which he lives are the fundamental pillars of Bill Viola’s work. Considered one of the greatest exponents of video art, Viola opens his soul to the public in this retrospective exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to […]

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Laurence Leenaert: a Bereber traditional with a contemporary twist

Inspired by the rituals of Moroccan tribes and Berber art, Belgian designer Laurence Leenaert gathered fashion articles combining graphic prints, organic shapes and colorful textures from Marrakesh. Laurence Leenaert presents his new collection of sarongs, kimonos, sandals and pottery Blending contemporary art and the historical motifs of this region, Laurence Leenaert presents his new collection […]

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Enjoy Matteo Berton’s colourful landscapes

City landscapes, nature landscapes and everyday situations are part of the work of Italian illustrator Matteo Berton. His are landscapes with character, detail and personality to get lost in just by looking at them. With a palette of solid and striking colors, Matteo Berton tells a story with simple forms With a palette of solid and […]

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Jannike Stelling finds peace in chaos

Nowadays it is hard to find places that aren’t crowded. We live in a world that is constantly moving. Nobody seems to be able to stop and look. However, photographer Jannike Stelling did stop to take some photographs. Stages is her newest project, in which she manages to capture the tranquility of empty spaces in […]

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Hayley Eichenbaum’s Lost and Colourful Highway

We hit the road with the photographer Hayley Eichenbaum. We put our foot on the gas and wear the tyres around the United States. Getting lost in the country’s iconic built landscapes feels strangely familiar. But in The Mother Road photo series, this Los Angeles-based artist forces us to change Route 66’s arid terracotta imagery […]

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Wonderful illustrations from Juanjo Villaba to Oliver Peoples

Fashionistas friends! Sunglasses have become the most important item for us this summer. We don’t want to wear just anything, but the fight to reach our Top Ten is getting harder and harder. New competitors have joined the race: Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikli and our beloved Juanjo Villaba. A series of beautiful and delicate drawings […]

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Hortense Giraud from MYBARRIO & Vila de Gràcia

Hyperactive Hortense Giraud landed in Barcelona from A Coruña (where she had spent the last three years working for ZARA) to join the creative forces of the city with MYBARRIO, a virtual platform famous for its pop-up events that are not limited to the ‘who’s who’ and the ‘who does what’ in the city’s lofty creative […]

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7th edition of Perdiz Magazine

Perdiz Magazine is about things that make people happy. Without taboos, without moral judgments or magic recipes, its team tell real stories about normal people like you and me in an optimistic, fresh tone and, above all, openly and humbly. Combine this with a simple and exquisite design made of shapes and colors created by Barcelona […]

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Agapornis: where contemporary culture and pets meet

Agapornis are not strangers in the way. With a third issue already out, this magazine broaches the world of pets from a contemporary and transversal perspective. It has made itself some room among independent magazines and fanzines. This magazine broaches the world of pets from a contemporary and transversal perspective Issue #3 is special for […]

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Desigmed, the collective of good design

A new group of designers has just arrived in the city. Halfway between art and industry, the Desigmed collective is formed by industrial designers who participate in the entire product creation process, from sketching to producing to launching the product.

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