Interview / Kévin Lucbert

Interview with the french illustrator Kévin Lucbert.

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Interview / MARTINET & TEXEREAU

Interview with the french artist duo Martinet & Terxereau.

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Interview / Johanna Olk

Interview with the french artist Johanna Olk.

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Behind the Image / Fabian Unternaehrer

Tell us more about this image
The man on the ferry from France to Ireland is a guy who seemingly “made his last walk on a ferry”…
I don`t know, there is some sort of awerness in his presence… like “breath in, breath out… thinking of goodbyes,
of the beautiful ocean…” Most surely I project these things into him…
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Fabian Unternaehrer – born in Basel in 1981, lives in Bern, Switzerland

Behind the Images / Georges Salameh

The photographer Georges Salameh tells us more about some of his pictures.

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Playlist of the week #86

The first playlist of 2018 is released. We cruise from a serie of downtempo/ambient tracks including a forgotten production by Shlohmo, to experimental Electronic music productions produced by the excentric Roy of Ravers and Jacques Perrey.

Photo & Selection by Robin Palvadeau | ALL THE PLAYLISTS

Interview / Tom Deason

Interview with the English-Colombian Illustrator, Tom Deason.

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A Curious Question To / Sofiane Boualia

Why is it important for you to photograph this piece of ground?

This photo is called “Desert” it’s from my serie Hors Saison a project on my hometown, a small city in the middle of France called Clamecy. This shot was taken on my childhood playground, it’s the old parking of the public pool. I was living in the kind of residential neighborhood where every kids hang together, we used to spend a lot of time over there, biking, skating, dreaming, climbing trees to watch girls by the pool.
I’ve once broke the arm of a friend, I guess we were trying to create a new game it was terrible. It’s just a parking lot, but there were a real energy a true meeting place, it was perfect to work on our creativity. I’ve shot this piece of ground because first of all as a 8 years old kid that dick shape was funny, and today it symbolises a form of nostalgia, the rift got bigger there’s no kids playing there anymore. It represents the desertification of my hometown.

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Sofiane Boualia – French Photographer

Playlist of the week #85

A new playlist to start winter warmly.
Ease yourself, we will chill delicately with some indie, lo-fi hip hop, ambient, groove & electronic music.

Photo & Selection by Robin Palvadeau | ALL THE PLAYLISTS

Interview / Stanley Bloom

Interview with the french photographer, Stanley Bloom.

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