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.
Author Dave Thompson has written more than one hundred books on popular culture. In his latest book, Britcom FAQ, Thompson explores the history of British sitcoms, how they directly relate to past and current social climates.
Cultural stereotypes often dictate the way society views foreign traditions, religions and mentalities. In recent years, we have finally been introduced to new voices representing a variety of cultural backgrounds but there’s still a long way to go
Most artists and photographers are quick to offer stories of an epiphanic moment that led them to pursue their chosen path; not Uroš Abram. The Slovenian photographer nonchalantly explains that his passion was born from lazy curiosity.
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...
Marina Abramović, the “god-mother of performance art” continues to challenge her audience with questions of mortality, spiritual identity and the social-political climate as she’s pushing her 70th birthday.
Rob Greenfield has taken it upon himself to remind us of the many benefits of a healthy, sustainable lifestyle on a daily basis. Through his blog and his many initiatives, Rob has established himself as a Dude Making a Difference.
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.
Director Richard Linklater has made some of the most memorable films of a generation. We talk all things cult culture with Michael Dunaway in the opening week of his documentary exploring the work of the legendary film-maker.
Most people are familiar with exactly two of Bavaria’s largest cities and their annual attractions: Munich, for its legendary Oktoberfest, and Nuremberg, for its renowned Christmas market. But just as Amsterdam isn’t all about the coffee...