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About to Flourish

We speak with Lucy Saunders, a new hero in the magazine world. We discover what her new magazine ‘Flourish’ is all about.

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Physics borne from Philosophy

Asking the ‘why’ in physics isn’t something that often springs to mind, but understanding this science relies much more than getting a hang of the maths…

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If ever there was a city for the creative, its Bristol. Perhaps well known for its colourful Georgian terraces and iconic suspension bridge, Bristol is a hub of creativity that offers grit and charm in abundance, a city that certainly packs a punch.

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Vancouver is home to not only a vast array of people, but also a diverse and eclectic mix of wildlife. David Ward tells us a little more about one habitant in particular…

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Agnes Török is a bilingual spoken word poet who teaches happiness as an art form, and runs Wellbeing Writing workshops designed to better mental health through the creating and sharing of art. We caught up with her to discuss her philosophy on life

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Wearing a watch is something that a lot of us do. But creating a timepiece from scratch is something rather different. We talk with the watchmakers behind Mill Project to find out more.

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If you enjoy a good walk through the more isolated and secluded parts of the UK, Ramble Guides should definitely be a point of call to discover new and interesting paths. We talk with founder Athena Mellor about what gets her rambling…

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Fellowstead, a brand based in South London, specialises in hand poured soy candles. We caught up with Simon & Gavin, the chaps behind the candles, to learn about their craft, their love of creating scent and a a bit about all things Fellowstead.

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Travel photographer Francisque Sanchez has a real eye for capturing the beauty of wilderness. We asked Francisque to share some of his recent photographs from a trip to the Scottish Highlands with his poetic diary entries to accompany the images.

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Time seems to fly at New Heroes & Pioneers. That is often down to the fact that we are having a lot of fun with our projects, but we are also extremely busy! We thought it would be a great opportunity to put a little diary of our own ...

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NH&P are always keen to speak with those that inspire us – we took the chance to ask photographer, Jirka Parizek, to tell us about his journey to photography and his journey to the bike sadle.

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New Heroes & Pioneers took the opportunity to catch up with Julian Victoria, Editor-in-Chief of DOG magazine. We wanted to find out more about DOG and what makes them excited about being in the magazine world.

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We invited Simon Larsen to give us his 'top 10 places' of the city where he spends most of his time. See the streets of the Danish capital through the eyes of one of its natives.

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Netflix speaks to a generation hungry for knowledge, equality and originality, and through this formula, its audience recognises itself in its presented stories and visuals. Abstract: The Art of Design.

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Commuting to work is seen as a nuisance by most. But as a commuter myself I feel quite differently. I really enjoy spending the time looking out the windows of buses and trains, seeing how the colours of the landscape change over time ...

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In 2016, New Heroes and Pioneers profiled the up and coming Garden and Interior Designer and Illustrator, Robin Lucas. We recently caught up with Robin to learn about his latest projects and what he has generally been up to the past few months.

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At the end of a working day in a sparse office environment, nothing feels better than arriving at home. Our homes are an extension of ourselves – colour, material and décor choices convey a lot more about our individual personalities than we...

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Milla Koivisto is a photographer, writer, filmmaker and artist with a focus on environmental issues. Her interests lies in the natural world and our connections and relationship with it, with a particular interest in the remote parts of our planet.

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Anna Nilsson’s paper doll series is anything but flat. Peopled with vivacious personalities, attitude and self possession, these characters leap off the page into a world where fantasy discos with reality in perfect time, exquisitely illustrated.

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In our Summer Porto guide we highlight the contemporary retro design of bed and brunch hotelier ROSA ET AL whose incredible cuisine is making headlines for their abundant (and beautiful) brunches, 5:00 Tea and dining tasting experiences.

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SHARE The Scandinavian Edition is the much anticipated follow up to SHARE- the coffee table book meant for sharing. We spoke with the Co-Editor and Co-Founder of JUNIQE, Lea Lange, about the collaboration and what makes SHARE the perfect fit.

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Discover the niche perfume line that merges scent with sound. Creator Dana’s El Masri’s interests have placed her on a fantastic journey- interpreting songs, rhythm, melody and beats, and then translating them into perfume. Intrigued?

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You know when you smell something and suddenly you remember every detail of a person? Like a perfume that makes you remember how your teenage crush used to dance, or how they walked and talked. Well, for me it starts with a cup of tea...

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NH&P had the opportunity to discover more about self professed fan of romanticism and cynicism, Ljubljana based photographer Tanja Gorsic who has such a symbiotic relationship with her surroundings.

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When I say 'jazz', who do you think of? Miles Davis, Duke Ellington or Dizzy Gillespie? And who would you name if I said 'women in jazz'? Billie Holiday for sure. Probably Ella Fitzgerald. Oh, and what's-her-name... Anita O'Day. I like them all

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The stylish, modern gentlemen can dream of their own bespoke suit. London Craft Week offered the chance to experience this first hand as Henry Poole & Co opened their doors to take in, first hand, how the dinner suit is produced from start to finish.

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I've always loved a good cover. It gives you a chance to enjoy a song you like in a new way. I also love that there is no end to what you can do with a song. Change the tempo? Yes please. Change the genre? Of course. Change the language? Bien sûr!

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London photographer Mark Sanders is a regular contributor to well followed periodicals including Vanity Fair, Kinfolk and Esquire, among others. His style captures both observed and voyeuristic angles that echo the quiet and the calm.

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3 of the top 4 coffee consuming countries are held by those of Scandinavia. Aficionados ourselves, we had the pleasure to talk with Mikal Strøm, the Manager & Art Director of Norway’s Brygg Magazine, a celebration of coffee and conversation.

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Some of the best photographs are the product of feeling rather than following rules. These are the type of images that evoke an atmosphere, pictures that lure out emotions you didn’t even know you had.

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Katrin Braga is a Vancouver based photographer with roots in Iceland - roots that can be felt in her starkly bewitching images of. We spoke to her about her inspirations and her desire to capture distant dreams of the past.

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This playlist is carefully selected to be a soundtrack for spring. It's inspired by the light warm breezes, the flowers that start to pop up and the feeling of hope and love that this wonderful season brings on. It's a multiple genre list, with...

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