Interview / Ivan 14

Interview with the tattoo traveler Ivan 14.

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Interview / Tom Ngo

Interview with the visual artist Tom Ngo.

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Interview / Jakub Rozalski

Interview with the Polish artist, Jakub Rozalski.

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Interview / Rune Fisker

Interview with the Danish illustrator, Rune Fisker.

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Interview / Jason Lazarus (Too Hard To Keep)

Interview with the American artist, Jason Lazarus
– Creator of the collaborative anonymous photography project, Too Hard To Keep.

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Interview / Olf de Bruin

Interview with the Dutch illustrator, Old de Bruin

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Interview / Larry Hallegua

Interview with the English photographer, Larry Hallegua.

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Interview / Adam Wilkoszarki

Interview with the Polish photographer, Adam Wilkoszarki.

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Interview / Damien Rudd (Sad Topographies)

Interview with Damien Rudd, the creator of ‘Sad Topographies’.
– an Instagram account where he collects Google Map screenshots of the world’s most depressing sounding places.

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Behind the image / Johnny Tang

What’s the background of this image?

Landmines comes from a series I completed between 2010-2011 titled Senbazuru.

In Japan there is a tradition known as “Senbazuru” (literally 1000 cranes) that states, anyone who folds 1000 origami cranes will be granted a single wish by the gods. The cranes are usually strung together, and hung on the outer walls of a temple, where they slowly decay as they are exposed to the elements. It is believed that the sacrificed cranes will then carry the wish up to heaven, for the gods to receive.

I am an impatient American, so I decided to burn mine.

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