Posts Tagged ‘french’

Interview / johnny_ripper

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Hi Jean, you are a french music maker from Lille and now living in Montréal.

What are you doing in Canada?

I’ve moved to Montréal a bit more than a year ago for film studies, in the hometown of the National Film Board of Canada. but also because I knew a few people here, and I felt like it was time to experience being a stranger in a strange land and discover another culture. I don’t know what drew me to this place originally, but the more I stay, the more I find reasons. Moving here has made me much more attached to Lille though, i suppose you never realize how much you love a place until you’ve left it.

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Interview / Roméo Lasne

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Interview with Roméo Lasne, french photographer currently living in Australia.

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Interview / Safouane Ben Slama

Interview of the photographer, Safouane Ben Slama.

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Interview / ProleteR

Interview of  ProleteR, french instrumental hip-hop producer.
> Find it in English and then en Français.

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Interview / Plasticbionic

Interview of  Plasticbionic - french creative director and graphic designer based in Nantes.

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Interview / Margot Gabel

Interview of  Margot Gabel - photographer born in Strasbourg, France in 1991, now living in Paris.

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Interview / Benjamin Schmuck

Interview of  Benjamin Schmuck - french photographer born in Paris.

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Air Drive

Retro-futurist universe by Renaud Marion / The cars of the 2000′s as he imagined them when he was a child. (retouching by Armand Mongallon)

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Interview / Jean-Baptiste Sinniger

Interview with Jean-Baptiste Sinniger – french photographer born in Haguenau, Alsace in 1983.

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A Curious Question To / Alex Cretey Systermans

Where would you like to get lost ?

I would like to get lost almost anywhere, as my work is all about that.

A famous aphorism says something like :
- “Never ask the direction to someone who knows it or you wouldn’t get lost.”

Which is a great rule for any artist, and the perfect one for photographers.
To be more specific, since I’m a kid, I ‘ve always fantasized about being lost on a desert remote island.
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Alex Cretey Systermans – photographer from Paris, France / systermans.com

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