Life is constantly changing and you often enter a new phase with new needs. The timeless clothing by TONI CORE can be worn in many phases of life, they are…
“Timeless design is all about the narratives, the historical and emotional value.” 23-year old Raf Reyes unpacks his influences, the legacy of artwear, and his long-term role in flipping the fashion script.
Her brain feels fried. What shall she do? Where is this bloody fulfilled life that they kept telling her about. That will give her all the satisfaction she was anticipating. And does it exist anyway…maybe it doesn’t so she can stop hunting for it, right?
A lot has been said about the color blue, I’ll hardly be the first. This isn’t to say this is an analysis of blue as a color, or blue as an emotion. But blue as perspective — the color of distant vaporous memory, opaque and often hindered — blue that moves. To illustrate my point, I have to begin with a tracing. To frame a lighthouse, a flower vase, a day in fall — a vision of the mundane in a steady flow that proves to be significant.
They had shared too many cigarettes, talked too deeply, fallen in love with the idea of each other too fast. they had been moving through clouds. clouds of smoke and affectionate illusions.
Sakshi Shaw, a writer based in Kolkata, India, paints us poems dipped in dreamy analogies and perceptions based on self- love. From scribbling along the margins of her notebook to building a community online, she has come a long way as a writer all the while incorporating matters such as feminism and the utmost prominence of independence in her poems. During our call, Sakshi shared with us some intrinsic details about her affair with writing and how she fell in love with it in the first place.
“I am not a fan of the postcard Paris. I much more enjoy the places that are still a bit mixed socially, where people can still occupy the streets the way they want to.” You will get lost in the eyes of French beauty Gloria Matin. We wanted to get to know her a little bit better and talked about her love for Paris, having a routine to keep sane and animal rights.
The more I pushed the memories away, the more persistent they became. Alone, in the late hours of the night, I found myself searching for that fatal flaw. Maybe my life was too complicated. Maybe I wasn’t attractive enough. Maybe my job wasn’t good enough. Maybe I wasn’t funny, kind or fun enough. These thoughts were painful and unwanted. I needed to push them away, so I would pour myself a glass of whiskey and wait for the anger to come and with it, that sweet amnesia.
We want to say a huge THANK YOU to each of you for your terrific support, love, inspiration, art and for always being the most wonderful people! <3 You always remind us about all the good stuff that is out there and we wish you a very peaceful Christmas time with your loved ones! May 2021 be a magical year for all of us!!
“The art in my project is not the result, its the process. The process of two humans getting to know each other and the documentation of this process. Establishing connection between two humans and for some hours feeling safe, heard, understood and free.” With our series “An artist´s life.” we want to share the stories of the people behind the art.
Konstantin Arnold is one of those writers who writes with natural passion. One of those authors from days long gone. Writing for the sake of writing. Because thoughts and stories need to be put on paper.
Wherever you have come across crotchet in your life, I’m sure you would not be expecting to come across it in the middle of the Californian desert. Yet, amidst the scorching heat and the abundance of Dr Suess like Joshua Tree’s I stumbled upon the smallest Crotchet Museum in the world.
“The Cinema is a wonderful place. You sit together with all sorts of people in a hall and you laugh, cry and feverish together. Streaming never replaces that feeling and experience.” We had the pleasure to question talented Austrian director Daniel Geronimo Prochaska about how he got hands on the script, the immediate feeling of knowing when someone is right for a part and finding his own style of directing.
In those 4 minutes you delve into the world of adolescents from around the world, talking about their feelings and how they experienced their quarantine.
What is art? For me it is being fully myself. Art is my love for nature, for paper, for drawings. Connecting with my inner child and everything that used to amuse me in the world and was forgotten during the teenage stormy years. Now I am thankful for being able to practice yoga with candles and scents. Having flowers on my desk.