All posts by "Carmen Mc Intosh"

Carmen Mc Intosh has studied Foreign Languages, Publishing and Journalism. She lives for coffee and writes about whatever appeals to her.
kreuzberg

When Google announced that they would like to open a Campus in Kreuzberg, locals started protesting and are not welcoming the tech giant in their neighbourhood.

The art of "pizzaiuolo" has been added to the World Heritage list, honouring lifelong traditions of the capital of pizza, Naples.
Okinawa

Okinawa is the southern prefecture of Japan, comprising hundreds of Ryukyu Islands in a 620-mile long chain. But Okinawa is not just this: it's the place where karate was born and where life expectancy is the longest of the world.
shane

Shane is a designer, photographer and illustrator based in London. He's worked with many brands in over 10 years of design. He also shoots photos on London streets, sharing them on his Instagram.
ghetto

Published by Haymarket Books and designed by Eric Kerl, A Beautiful Ghetto is a photography book by Devin Allen, with the poems by Tariq Touré.

Colombian living in Baltimore and DC, Katty Huertas' work explores female identity, double standards, animal rights, and many other subjects . She works in a variety of mediums that include painting, sculpture, fiber work and digital drawing and animation.
skela

Skela is an NYC based singer-songwriter best known for her collaboration with Josh Jacobson on “Not Alone.” Her first EP has been signed to HERO Records under Sony distribution.
afrotopia

From the 2nd December to the 31st January will take place the 11th edition of Recontres de Bamako, curated by Marie-Ann Yemsi and focused on the new generation of African photographers and artists.
tinalilienthal

Tina Lilienthal teams up with Nordstrom x Nike for a unique collection of quartz crystal necklaces in a wide range of colours, for a women-only lifestyle shop, that blurs the line of fitness and fashion.
rankin

From the 16th to the 19th November Photo Vogue Festival took place in Milan and two great British artists, Rankin and Harland Miller, spoke about social responsability and media revolution.