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Antonio Cavalieri is a street and portrait photographer from Italy. Born and raised in a small city not far from one of the biggest and most artistic in Italy, Rome. Recently moved to London, kept on shooting the streets and ...

Edyta Jabłońska is a 26-year-old photographer from the eastern Poland). She graduated from the socio-cultural animation and art education. A year ago, she graduated from the Academy of Photography in Krakow. She is inspired by both the conceptual photography and ...

    There’s a city in the world where walking is the ordinary way of moving. Levius footwear is proudly handmade in Venice area and named after the Latin word for “lighter” as lightweight shoes are what you need there, and everywhere.

If we imagine street-style fashion photography today, we can very easily think of it as a triumvirate. Of course there are a lot of talented people who are starting to  make quite a name in the industry, but Tommy Ton, ...

Artworks by Steve Engelmann Nature feeds us, quenches us, nurtures us, heals and soothes us, and yet we increasingly insulate ourselves from our environment. Natura humana is an exploration of the conflicts and contradictions that arise from the relationship between ...

Tommaso Cazzaro is a contributor of Positive Magazine Italia. He’s graduated in Art&Design at the Free University in Bolzano, Italy. For Positive Magazine Italia he’s illustrating the news from Venice with his column called: “Report from the Island”.     ...

Counting (for) eight hours- by the artist Ignacio Uriarte at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin Text: Maria Nitulescu, editor in Berlin Photography: Stefanie Schmid Rincon Already  at its 10th edition, the Gallery Weekend  plays an important role in the cultural and artistic ...

Meng-Tang Chuang was born in Taiwan, graduating from University of the Arts London with MA degree in Visual Arts (Book Arts). Most of her works are dealing with abstract relationship between the pictures and text through collage, photography and drawing. ...

Here we are. We knew it would have arrived sooner or later and now the time is ripe: Corporate are trying to drag up some big money from this “climate changes” hysteria, so they’re pointing-their-pointed-eyes to the fastest growing economies ...

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