Brutalist architecture for decades was the symbol of the underclass and soulless town planning. But a new generation looks at the style of architecture with optimism, including Spanish photographer Salva López, who has worked on our new Ricardo Bofill book. We find out more about his aesthetic and approach to photography. Read more
Does gender inequality and bias exist in the film? Producer and founder of Girls in Film, Nikola Vasakova thought so after years in the industry and created a platform to help pave the way for the next generation of female and BAME filmmakers. Read more
It's only one year until we've reached the date the original Blade Runner was set. Although we know 2019 won't quite be the same as the film portrayed, photographer Tom Blachford has decided to show us what might have been. Read more
Diana 'Didi' Rojas is the Brooklyn artist behind the giant ceramic Balenciaga, Vetements, and Nike trainers. Her art has caught the attention of Adidas and she's a refreshing addition to the world of high fashion. We find out what inspired her to create these shoes and how the process she has to follow. Read more
Daniel Szalai visualizes a story about technology, man’s relation to nature and how human existence might not be too far away from that of a mass-produced chicken. With corporations now micro-chipping employees, should we be worried?
Art is meant to be intriguing and draw a reaction. It’s true that something can be considered art just from it being labeled as such or a credible figure saying as much. But art is also meant to draw emotion and make you think, that's the sensation you get from Tishk Barzanji's work. Read more