2018-06-25 - Comments Off on Great design for a great cause

Great design for a great cause

When I go to London, there’s a smell that I struggle to identify. It’s like a combination of burning metal and fruity perfume. Much like London itself, it starts off sweet, hyper and addictive; but soon transitions into a harsh, toxic and repelling stink. Although Northern and therefore biased...

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2018-06-11 - Comments Off on Hello again!

Hello again!

Being new at the studio, let me introduce myself: My name is Émilie, 20yo. I love cinema, literature, to solve puzzles, and to write stories. I like white chocolate, vanilla coffee, crying in front of movies, and also the sound of the rain crashing on my windows. As far as I can remember, I've always been interested in arts, aiming to work in the profession. Well, actually this is half true.

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2018-05-23 - Comments Off on Back to School

Back to School

For centuries, artists and visual communicators have tested the boundaries between art and socio-politics. From Picasso to Banksy, art has addressed issues and challenged hierarchies imposed by those in power - widening awareness and contributing to social change. Contemporary artists have consequently increasingly expanded this path of political engagement and activism.

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2018-04-24 - Comments Off on Sunset, cycling and photo snapping

Sunset, cycling and photo snapping

A new week and what beautiful weekend it was here in Amsterdam. Most people would be lounging on the grass soaking up the last drops of sun, or at a bar drinking like a fish. Not me, I spent Saturday evening speed cycling around Amsterdam like a mad man participating in Urban Photo Race.

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2018-04-20 - Comments Off on A Fish in Amsterdam

A Fish in Amsterdam

If you haven’t heard of Blackpool, it’s a seaside town in North England. When people ask me whereabouts it is, I usually say near Manchester, but it’s really not. Why am I talking about Blackpool? 🤔

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