Nusra Nijimbere is a London based Print Designer and Material Maker, whose work exists between the themes of memory and diaspora. Throughout print and fabric, imagery and sound, her work reimagines what immersing oneself in African history looks like beyond colonialism.
I frequently have conversations with friends about what we’d do if we weren’t in client services. It feels like fantasy to think what art practices we…
Molly Cranna is a Photographer and Director living in Los Angeles. I met Molly several years ago through work, then we didn’t talk again until very…
I have hobby addiction phases. Like right now, I’m dealing with a reborn love for tennis. Which means I’m playing 4-5 times a week, buying all new gear…
Minah Kwon is a thinker and designer, currently based in New York. Her work meditates on ideas surrounding social identity characteristics, such as…
It feels like I only write about conversations that happen over dinner, but the truth of it is, the table is where it all happens. Being sucked into…
Luc Fuller is a Los Angeles-based artist, designer and creator of Spiritual Objects—a furniture, lighting, and objects practice intended for every day…
One of the most significant differences between my early 20s and my mid-to-late 20s is that saying no is easier. When you’re 22 and starting your career…
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