From ART

The magic starts with a pencil – Luca Di Sabatino

This is the proud and fascinating story of a truly Italian talent. Creativity is like an explosion and Luca tells how this can be also a struggle full of passion and eclecticism and experimentation. He tells us his intense journey and we are so happy and grateful for this daily dose of artistic breeze. Tell…

I create because I must – Heidi Wong

Let’s get into a psychedelic world made of freedom and creativity. This incredible artist will show you how reality can be perceived when you have the synesthesia lens. “I’m a twenty year old poet, artist, and influencer. I identify as third culture, since I’m originally from Hong Kong, went to an IB (International Baccalaureate) school…

One of a kind – Valdnad

This creative spirit will drag you in her world of visions and new inspirations between art and fashion, from the conceptual to the artistic innovation. “My training comes from two areas, fashion and art, so all my work moves across borders. Fashion and the body are the central axes of my project but sometimes this work…

Escapes – Andrea Van Reimersdahl

It’s time for some artistic inspiration, this is definitely the best way to ESCAPE and this story represents the amazing power of a creative cooperation. Simply enjoy it! “Before I received my MFA from the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin I focused on drawings and printmaking. I printed on canvas, paper, wood, glass, and others…. Eventually on…

Antigravitation – Zoya Koinash

I define my art style like pop surrealism,  I can say that I want to draw something that stops people for a moment of trans, trans without any drags, reboots their perception.

12 magazines you will totally love

The world is full of magazines but these are absolutely our top 12, for now. A way to stay always inspired and amazed. Different points of view that will bring you in new parallel realities. They are a constant discovery of new talents and new ideas. Stay foolish. Stay inspired. Enjoy the reading! IN THE…

Encaustic painter – Jessica Hemmy

“I would define my art as fluid and organic in style. I like my works to have a sense of movement even when the subject is abstract. I don’t like a lot of hard angles in my work.”