Music Buzz: Tender Age

Imagine if you received an email about a band and immediately you were transported back to a mid 90s indie soundtrack when you listened to their feature song. That’s exactly the feeling that came over me when I first heard the band Tender Ageย . This Portland based band with a nod to the atmospheric shoegaze…

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Interview w/ photographer Chloe Sheppard

I first became acquainted with the work of Chloe Sheppard when she sent her US photo diary to the site. She works exclusively in film and over the past few years has created a style all her own. In the past year her work has been featured in Dazed, Miss Vogue, and she created her…

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Visual Memories; an interview with Paolo Raeli

Through the wide world of tumblr I discovered the work of Rome based photographer Paolo Raeli and each one of his photos puts the viewer in a world of cinematic proportions. I just had to interviewย him to find out more about the process of creating his “visual memories” of youth.   Introduce yourself and where…

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Penthouse by Cary Fagan

It’s been a minute since we’ve had a series from Cary Fagan on the site. This series ‘penthouse’ stays true to his aesthetic featuring dreamy yet gloomy locations. I asked him a few questions on the evolution of his work and what he’s most looking forward to this year. What was your through process when…

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Interview with Photographer Polly Karpova

I first discovered photographer Polly Karpova a few months ago. For ages I’ve been intrigued by the work of artists from Eastern Europe. There is a dark serene mood that seems to capture the surroundings of a place that I’m longing to visit. For this feature I asked Polly a few questions about her creative…

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Lunch Break : A Chat with Jade Taylor of Nylon Magazine

What do you get when you cross a beauty-obsessed girl and a Buffy Fan? The Senior Beauty Editor of Nylon Magazine, Jade Taylor. I got together with her a bit ago on a super hot day in Soho to talk some things beauty, unknown facts and of course our Buffy idols. She has this super…

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Journey Inward : the self portraits of Milly Cope

In this new era that we are in where the young generation is becoming reliant on technology like never before, the aesthetic of the self-portrait is changing. Now, it’s been named a “selfie” pertaining to the connection with a mobile phone and front camera. The age of the self portrait is still not lost to…

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DC Music : a chat with Hemlines

The best part of living in Washington, DC is the thriving music scene. Recently it’s been the subject of new documentaries and articles. For me growing up it was always about keeping the punk and hardcore scene alive. ย Enter my new discovery, Hemlines. When I heard about a new feminist punk band called Hemlines, I…

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An interview with photographer Marissa Alper

When I first discovered Marissa Alper’s photography on instagram, I was fascinated by the youthful energy that she captures in her work. In this age the concept of youth has always been an obsession of mine. When viewed through another artists eyes a story emerges. I got in contact with Marissa and learned more about…

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