Laura is a 1990 born [self-] portrait-artist from Southern Germany. Besides photographing projects she teaches workshops, gives inspirational talks and travels to all over the world – always searching for magical places and special light. It’s her clear visual language, the power of telling stories and showing raw, honest emotions in her photographs that makes her work stand out. She is convinced that photography is a type of therapy that gives you the ability to heal yourself and others.
Famous Russian illustrator Evgeny Kiselev (hundreds of international projects) and design studio Sundukovy Sisters (for a moment! The duo did 30 hotels, over 60 restaurants, bars and cafes, over 70 offices, banks, shops interiors) were commissioned by Pullman Berlin hotel to refurbish their interiors using the flora and fauna motives due to the close location to Berlin Zoo
Danish-German artist duo Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk created a series of installations exploring “the relationship between sculpture and place”.
"Titled ‘Wurf’ (‘Throw’), the large-scale installation features a piece made of paper maché and wood that mimics a heavy stone. Displayed in a courtyard in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg, ‘Wurf I’ is installed in a delicate green glasshouse. ‘Wurf II’ features the stone imitation hanging from the roof of a monastery church near Leipzig."
Captured from 2016 – 2017, Mark's series "After Hours in Hamburg" shows different locations such as bars, hotels, and some shabby places at a very late hour when everything is closed and even the last night owls have disappeared.
"Drawn to arctic scenery, photographer Jan Erik Waider skillfully captures the “rugged charm and pristine beauty” of Nordic nature. In his striking series, Arctic Silence, the Hamburg-based creative offers an intimate glimpse into the haunting stillness and ghostly tranquility found in Greenland's glacial landscapes.."
Lukas Bruhn is a 24 year old art director from Germany. His focus is in advertising, but he has created “Lorem de Loop” as a way to challenge himself with new design concepts by experimenting with different softwares, including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Cinema 4D.
As an art director in advertising, Bruhn’s job is focused on strategic concepting, which often leaves him with little time for developing the actual craft related to the industry. So in early spring 2017, Lukas decided to continue honing his skills with this artistic venture, where he would create a poster every day for one year.
“‘Lorem de Loop’ helps me to expand my horizon in design. It keeps my mind fresh at working with intricate programs, while giving me the opportunity to try out new software.”
The 24 year old art director uses Instagram to publish his work. “This gives me a lot of pressure to actually complete a poster each day!” says Lukas Bruhn.
Next week, he wants to give away posters to three lucky followers. So follow him, cross your fingers and stay tuned!
Surreal close-ups of model's lips shoot by Marius Sperlich eliminates the border between abstract and figurative photography. Tugging on the triggers of lust, Sperlich employs accessories as diverse as toy guns, strawberry jam, spaghetti, mirrors and and roses to take macro images that leave no detail uncovered.
In alchemy, the term chrysopoeia (Greek) means transmutation into gold. The score was composed and played by Nikolai von Sallwitz, using real instruments and tools such as
cello, bowed strings, prepared piano, guitar, flutes, filtered springs, woods and hardware FX such as analog distortion. Chrysopoeia is part of Sonic Materia project series initiated by Nikolai von Sallwitz that is interpreted by various visual artists, graphic- and motion designers. It is about more space for pure visions and experiments likewise interaction and networking with future brains of design.
Directed & Produced: Susi Sie I Music & Sound Design: Nikolai von Sallwitz
Eckart Hahn is a self-taught German painter and fine artist. He is famous with his large acrylic paintings in which combine a collage-like approach with a hyperrealist finish. Hahn has had numerous shows in many German and American galleries. His works are parts of prestigious collections in Europe and North America.
Sarah Illenberger is a Berlin-based artist, illustrator and designer. Her visual language is defined by giving common things a new meaning. We adore her latest small project "On Vegetarism" where she and photographer Sabrina Rynas tricked eyes of