germany

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.
Wolfsschanze

The Wolfsschanze was the most famous and most used Führer Haupt Quartier of Hitler, who spent a lot of time there to coordinate the troops during the invasion of Russia. Wolfsschanze is derived from "Wolf", a self-adopted nickname of Hitler. The top secret, high security site was in the Masurian woods about 8 km east of the small town of ...
tamara

We have interviewed Tamara Stoll on her photography project Sonnenallee. A project on multiculturalism and community.
berlin

A large number of exhibition openings take place in galleries and art institutions, and in parallel the two main art fairs, Art Berlin and Positions, open their doors to the public. Words by Maria Nitulescu
Braunholz

Apart from merely recording objects and events, Peter Braunholz strives to discover surreal connections in real life. His main focus is on revealing layers of reality which are not perceptible to the naked eye. In his new series "Ecken" he reveals the hidden poetry of corners.
Europe

Greece is the first gateway to Europe mainland for refugees and migrants, crossing the East borders of Greece (from northeast Evros River to southeast Aegean Sea) including Greece’s capital, Athens. In September 2011, Greece started constructing a 12,5 Km ‘anti-immigration’ fence across Evros River which is the natural Greek-Turkish border. From December 2012, the safest […]

A new interview on Positive Magazine, this time we have been in Germany and we met Monika Deitmer. She was born and grown up in a little village near by Münster, Germany. She studied architecture in Coburg. Her native place she has found in the Allgäu, mountainous region in the south of Germany. There she’s […]
MEHRAN DJOJAN

Yesterday our interview was with Goran Petkovski a photographer from Macedonia but emigrated in Canada. This time we interviewed Mehran Djojan. He was born in Kabul, but he emigrated and raised in Germany. He’s 20 years old and he started early to focus on photography. His work is characterized by dreamy and imaginative scenes. When […]

The interview of the day is with Marcel Coker. He’s a 31 years old amateur photographer from Berlin, Germany. Wherever he goes, his 6d with a 35mm is by his side. He loves to take pictures of moments in his life. He just started to shoot analog – we can be curious what’s coming soon. […]

Photos by Petra Fantozzi As we love skateboarding, we have been to Berlin, after Rome, to document the world Go Skate Day 2015. Our photography editor Petra Fantozzi shot the photos in one of the most famous location in the city center for skating, very close to Warschauer Strasse. Hundreds of skaters have been taking […]