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.
Music is sound and silence. Both are important to tell the message that you want to tell or convey the feelings you want to. I believe the same should happen to images (music images or not) so I try to work around portraying both sound and silence.
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...
Sweden is a world renowned export of ‘Don’t bore us get to the chorus’ hits- whether it be from powerhouse studios that produce precision-cut candied pop for the teenage and Eurovision set, or indie bands that have a sly knack
Patreon is a different kind of crowdfunding platform, where fans pay a set amount of money per month or project to their favorite creatives and artists. Shayla Maddox, tells us how she manage to live of her art, with the help of her followers.
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.
The digital age may be racing ahead, but there is no reason why art cannot keep up. While the internet is stockpiling images of smug selfies and cutesy cats, meet the artist who is finding his way via his iPad.
Norwegian animator Sverre Fredriksen never wanted to grow up, and through his craft he found a way of keeping the child in him alive. Sverre lets us in on his naïve, handmade signature style of stopmotion animation
It might come as quite the surprise that a city as rich in culture as Barcelona has only just found its way onto the Coffee Nerd's Must Visit Map. Meet the man who put it there and check out the hotspots.
Trends come and go, some become engrained into our everyday lives, but some entrepreneurs don't let the dust settle before they innovate and improve. Meet the Belgians who took the laundrette cafe to a whole new level.
Does a week in Paris await you? Here's a highbrow guide to some of the more cultured pursuits the city has on offer right now - and some for centuries past and centuries to come! Your guide, a French-born gay publisher.
As we collectively get fussier about what we eat and opt for a healthier option, we may find that travelling can be quite the stumbling block. Trapani in Sicily offers some orgasmic carb-loaded dishes, but there is hope for the disciplined diner.
Fashion designers and drinks companies have been collaborating for years. Why has this trend been so successful and why do fashion designers work with soda and water retailers, as opposed to the original high market, elite drink – tea?
Items and curious design solutions have partly replaced the traditional artworks that used to fill the walls of our family homes, and we are left wondering what happened and when it happened. Have paintings become outdated?
Not too long ago, the role little people played in the film and TV-industry was merely curious or comical. After series such as Game of Thrones, this is slowly changing and a new and better representation of little people is seeing the light of day.
Originally, the idea was to create a possibility for non-established designers to be discovered. Hutspot in Amsterdam has now become a boutique of culture, design and commerce where everyone wishes to be seen.
In an era when technology rules and progress is king, old artistic methods are often left to die out as more efficient techniques take over. Some inhabitants of the Eternal City are, however, of the mind that new doesn’t necessarily mean better.
In London, a contrasting movement is observable in the ever-evolving hype around local produce, urban hangouts, and obscurity in general. In short: organic avocado-kale smoothie, micro brewed beer and local art is the new yuppie conduct of London.
Are you the one that always chooses the hottest curry on the menu? Or maybe the diner who opts for the one dish they have never tried or never even heard of? Then maybe here is a dish for you... best of luck finding these ingredients though!
With some 15 million titles creating a buzz on the online publishing platform ISSUU, it can be hard to get straight to the good stuff. Here's 9 free magazines for the culture nerd, to kill time in the shade this summer.
To understand the concept of Swedish midsummer can be a challenge, especially for a born-and-raised Parisian. This is the observations made on cultural differences between France and Sweden when it comes to summer celebrations!
What happens if a corporate New York banker decides that working 12 hours a day is not for him and opens up a restaurant of Asian cuisine in the very meat-dominated region Mendoza, Argentina instead? Chef Mun won the hearts and palate and is...
There’s a lot to take on when you consider a trip to Africa: it covers more than 20% of the entire land mass of the planet, it is home to more than one billion people and it is host to some of the most extreme and diverse environments. Our man...
Pussy Riot claimed worldwide fame after their stunt in a cathedral in Moscow in the beginning of 2012. But less known is the fact that the group is sprung from an even more radical russian art group, Voina.
Has Swede Jens Lennartsson found a culinary home away from home in the heart of Amsterdam? Maybe, but this Scandinavian outpost is untamed and unchecked – and all the better for it! Sit down at the Scandinavian Embassy.
Struggling with mental ill health since her early teens, twenty-year-old Londoner Ruby Elliot, AKA RubyEtc, has cultivated her own artistic method of therapy to help herself and others to heal. All the evidence is there that she's been...
Away from the crowds of San Telmo, La Boca, and Palermo, the quiet Buenos Aires neighbourhood of Barracas retains an echo of the city’s past. On the sleepy corner of Suarez and Arcamendia, stands La Flor de Barracas, a historic cafe that has...
While western styles can be seen on every channel and in every gossip magazine, the Kenyan fashion scene is still unknown grounds for most of us. We met with Franklin Saiyalel, Kenyas leading male fashion blogger to get us up to speed with this...
A curious question to an endless panel of sex addicted hipsters hiding in the closet of shame! Like any good ‘investigative’ article, let’s start with breaking down the question: what do we need, or want, to know? Why is this hipster porn...
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...
First and foremost, Austin Kleon is an artist. But since his book Steal Like An Artist started to spread like wildfire a few years ago, he is facing a problem - when does talking about being creative start to take its toll on actually being...
Jon Feldman—photographer, motorcycle and tattoo enthusiast, and co-owner (along with designer, and older brother Dan Feldman) of American made clothing brand, Feltraiger. The brand started in 2010 and first opened up shop in the Lower East Side...
As co-owner of Aesthetic Apparatus, a small but wide-reaching design studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dan Ibarra is not simply a designer. He is also a practitioner of a once-outdated art that is experiencing a resurgence – screen-printing.
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.
Is there really a recipe for success? If so, then Sweden’s own Söderberg och Sara have it written down somewhere, pulling it out for every new culinary outpost they create. The first rule of S-o-S: Never repeat yourself.