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Conceptualizing The World Into Illustrations With Jun Cen

12/12/2018 Little Gestalten

Conceptualizing The World Into Illustrations With Jun Cen

From watching Japanese anime in Guangzhou to having his work featured in The New Yorker, Jun Cen's story from comic book fanatic to award-winning illustrator is one of intrigue. We find out more about the artist after he worked on a Little Gestalten favorite.
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Building in Bolivian city El Alto. Front designed by artist Freddy Mamani. (Photo: Nio Tatewaki)

07/12/2018 architecture & interior visual culture

Freddy Mamani And His Kaleidoscopic City In The Clouds

In the nicest possible way, Freddy Mamani makes buildings that look like Vegas slot machines. His jazzy designs are changing the face of his home city, La Paz and at the same time causing a bit of a stir in the architectural world.
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The Year of Street Fashion and Culture Animation

05/12/2018 visual culture

The Year of Street Fashion and Culture Animation

Street fashion and culture is a global player after decades as a subculture. Not only that, but they have also become leaders in digital narration. To mark the 50th anniversary of CGI graphics, we look at the three campaigns that show how it transformed content creation in 2018.
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Brutalist Romance In The Mediterranean With Photographer Salva López

04/12/2018 architecture & interior visual culture

Brutalist Romance In The Mediterranean

Brutalist architecture for decades was the symbol of the underclass and soulless town planning. But a new generation looks at the style of architecture with optimism, including Spanish photographer Salva López, who has worked on our new Ricardo Bofill book. We find out more about his aesthetic and approach to photography.
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Shifting Gender Bias In Film With Nikola Vasakova

30/11/2018 visual culture

Shifting Gender Bias In Film With Nikola Vasakova

Does gender inequality and bias exist in the film? Producer and founder of Girls in Film,Nikola Vasakova thought so after years in the industry and created a platform to help pave the way for the next generation of female and BAME filmmakers.
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Hexagonal stone formations at Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. (Photo: Alan Dixon)

27/11/2018 Escape travel

Ever Wondered What the Footsteps of Giants Look Like?

The 40,000 mostly hexagonal-shaped basalt columns along the coastal cliffs of Northern Ireland have a colorful name. Thanks to an ancient myth surrounding the rivalry between an Irish and Scottish giant, the Giant's Causeway is a place of both beauty and local folklore.

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