Adriana Atema is a multi-disciplinary creative. As a painter, performance/installation artist, and musician, Adriana explores interconnectivity, contagious behaviour, perception and story. While she is based in New York, Adriana has been exhibiting her work across the USA since 1999, creating and sharing her intense, engaging projects with a wide audience. adrianaatema.com Interview by Will Kitson Tell us about […]
Mexican drug cartels have smuggled narcotics into the US in some extraordinarily creative ways. Homemade submarines, breast implants, catapults, tunnels, corpses in coffins stuffed with methamphetamine and statues of Jesus made from cocaine. Amazing. It’s what separates us from simple beasts.
“Imagination is the key to my lyrics. The rest is painted with a little science fiction.” – Jimi Hendrix. Jimi Hendrix was one of a surprising list of creative geniuses blessed with Synesthesia. A very rare transposition of the senses (syn—”union” and aesthesis—”sensation.”) You might, for instance, be able to see musical notes as […]
JEREMIE DHJAN is an artist, musician and philosopher. He blends these three passions together and expresses them in the form of ME WE – A New Religion. We first met Jeremie on the streets of Paris. A huge mural he was painting caught our attention. The word ‘metaphysical’ pretty much always stops us in our […]
What if what we call reality is only a dream?
Sterling Hayden was an American actor and author (1916-1986). For most of his career as a leading man, he specialized in westerns and film noir, such as Johnny Guitar, The Asphalt Jungle and The Killing. Later on he became noted as a character actor for role in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, The Godfather & The Long Goodbye. At […]
Inés Diarte was born in Paris in 1968 and currently divides her time between her hometown and Madrid. After a career in advertising as an account manager, she started designing furniture and quickly moved on to sculpture. She was selected by JCDecaux in 2003 to create and shape the trophy for the Spanish Outdoor Advertising […]
“… just when Dylan was most determined to stop creating music, he was overcome with a strange feeling. “It’s a hard thing to describe,” Dylan would later remember. “It’s just this sense that you got something to say.” What he felt was the itch of an imminent insight, the tickle of lyrics that needed […]
“The habit of writing thus for my own eye only is good practice. It loosens the ligaments.” – Virginia Woolf For Virginia Woolf keeping a diary was a necessary exercise that not only allowed her to hone and sharpen her professional writing skills, but it was a place where she could be truly honest. […]