Photographer Tatiana Snezhko’s series ‘And suddenly let loose’ is as much an exploration of personal identity as it is a photographic expression of beauty, anarchy and unbridled creativity.
Analcancer2009’s SS20 campaign celebrates non-conforming bodies to question society’s heteronormative tendencies through leather, thongs and the push for omnigendered love.
London-based MC, Shunaji, on breaking stigmas, embracing her heritage and redefining the music scene, one melodic, genre-bending track at a time.
Seb Choe, a Hawaii-based multi-hyphenate whose quick intellect and angelic aesthetics destroy disciplinary bounds, talks about the inspiration behind their new ambient mix, “1004.
Mariette Pathy Allen, unofficially known as the “official photographer of the transgender community”, has an exhibition of her photos currently featured in the Museum of Sex in New York City. Also, as an interesting factoid, she is the oldest artist we’ve ever featured!
“In My Room” is a capsule collection designed by Maria Korkeila, which explores how one’s bedroom space reflects their personal identity. She teamed up with video director and co-collaborator Joaquim Bayle to put her work into on-screen motion. Read below to learn about the project and the artists behind the work.
In Prison Awaiting Trial (1971)
Back to the future with TAKA Original. The 2G era with Nokia GSMs and low-pixel graphics, TAKA transports us back to the futurism of the 90s.
Orchestral purity in inner demons and inward journeys, billie0cean hones “crisp guttural feelings, fuzzy eyes and floaty intuition", to mould plasticised seduction and her “soft dream trap” utopia.
Toopoor exhales her fuel, signing it off “STREAM CRAZY GIRLS & GONE. AND TELL SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM TODAY. BE GRATEFUL. AND THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME XX”
It’s so easy to get caught up in the fashionable hysteria of LFW. As a new-face, I’m so still orienting myself as establishing a career.
Photographer Valentin Fabre employs distortion and overexposure to examine the polluted state of the world through two well-dressed aliens’ innocent eyes.
Education through porn, sexual adventures and adjusting to disability in the new age of dating apps, Robert Coombs’ ‘CripFag’ indiscriminately lusts over the morphing body.
Erik is an artist based in New york, which hostess is being his main muse. With a butter knife he spreads cement on his models only to decay it again.
From Aishwarya to Rekha, watch some of my favourite Hindi actresses’ most legendary performances.
Narrative tapestries, Thai film, hybrid lo-fi video projections and prints as wearable DNA, Dharma Taylor cherishes fashion and art as an ornamental and utilitarian darling.
Keiken imagines new worlds with their collective, open-source art practice: from fashion to video games, their work envisions a more just, equitable technological future.
Here caught up with the LA-based director to reflect on the last leg of her two year journey with Nanë (2019).
Unapologetic shared existence, the domino effect of positive self-depiction and collective validity, Christina Nwabugo is mesmorised by human preciosity and salutes black lives in a digital sphere.