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The Tales Of North Korea’s Mass Games By Dan Medhurst

07/02/2019 Escape travel visual culture

The Tales Of North Korea’s Mass Games By Dan Medhurst

Secretive, mysterious, and oddly satisfying, photographer Dan Medhurst gained access into North Korea's Mass Games and what he shot was like a scene resembling a dystopian fiction. So we took this opportunity to find out more from Dan about Pyongyang's obedience, their military might, and his life as a photographer.
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Screenshot of a 360 degree video animation of studio Universal Everything.

05/02/2019 travel visual culture

Going Inside The Sound With Universal Everything

Universal Everything has created a series of VR videos exploring new forms of audiovisual synaesthetic experience. Culminating in six 360 degree films posing the question “how does it feel to step Inside the Sound?” the London based studio has designed six alternative environments to get lost in, both visually and sonically.
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Six N. Five On Designing Realism And Its Imperfections

29/01/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

Six N. Five On Designing Realism And Its Imperfections

Six N. Five have been turning heads through their forward-thinking 3D work and aesthetic. Like a René Magritte painting, their work speaks to you. Director Ezequiel Pini talks us through the rise of the design studio, plus showcases their new furniture collection concept.
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Escape Into Africa And The Middle East Through The Lens Of Helin Bereket

20/01/2019 travel visual culture

Escape Into Africa And The Middle East Through The Lens Of Helin Bereket

Berlin-based photographer Helin Bereket has traveled to Oman, Namibia, Lebanon, and Nevada in search of something bold and different to document. Looking beyond the grey concrete of the German capital is inspiring her travels in search of architectural uniqueness.
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Deconstructive Pop Artist Matt Gondek Makes Art Explode

11/01/2019 visual culture

Deconstructive Pop Artist Matt Gondek Makes Art Explode

When Matt Gondek first picked up a paintbrush he got inspired by a big stack of Mickey Mouse sketches he had begun for a freelance project. In one sketch Mickey’s head was exploding.  When he finished his first painting, he began another, and then another. At that moment he had developed his signature style of painting, and a few years later is still creating the deconstructed cartoon characters and fractured pop icons of our childhood. Read more about Matts endeavors here.
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Straight Out Of A Movie Scene With Christopher Soukup

09/01/2019 visual culture

Straight Out Of A Movie Scene With Christopher Soukup

Like "stills from movies that were never made," is how Christopher Soukup sums up his photography. While San Francisco sleeps and Pacific Ocean fog rolls into the Bay Area, Christopher is transforming the still and eerie streets into cinematic masterpieces. 
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