with Lauryn Alvarez Interview & words: Elisa Routa “There’re so many times that I accidentally opened the back of my camera before rolling it back in. I get these light leaks and distortions of the photo, and I love that,” says California photographer Lauryn Alvarez. “When some people see that as a mistake, I feel […]
Interview & words: Elisa Routa Having grown up in Miami, Reyna Noriega has lived in Florida her whole life. In March 2020, she should have moved to Europe, she had her flight to Paris on the 16th. That was supposed to be her first time in Europe, an overseas opportunity to live outside of the […]
Interview & words: Elisa Routa The great outdoors. This is where the French multidisciplinary artist’s work always kicks off. Through performance, drawing, painting and sculpture, Virginie Hucher allows nature to directly interact with her work. “I need my body to be smaller than my creation, I need it to be tiny compared to the work […]
In a fast-paced world characterized by the motto “Ignorance is bliss,” it becomes increasingly challenging to find people who challenge the status quo. We think it’s about time we do away with this antiquated motto for good, and Elana agrees.
Following the ravaging Australian fires, Jamie Wdziekonski documented the Climate strikes organized across the country. We discussed photography as a way to document the truth and elevate oppressed voices.
What is the face of the change in surfing today? Textured Waves, the female surf collective fighting for diversity and equality in surfing is definitely one of them.
The term Intersectionality resonates within the present in the United States and worldwide, and sees connections between multiple sources of oppression. We wanted to go back on the meaning of a word that is synonymous today of convergence of struggles.
Are you ok? Cause here we’re struggling. We’re heartbroken. We’re angry. We believe in EQUALITY, in every form, and we will always take a stand for it.
What would be the solutions for a more sustainable and healthy food system? We asked Maddie Gordon who returned to meat after 3 years of a plant-based diet.
Illustrator Maddie Gordon grew up going in a nudist camp outside London every summer. Today, she lives on a sailboat in Santa Barbara with her husband Trevor dividing her time between art and cooking.
Award-winning filmmaker Sachi Cunningham has managed to increase the visibility of women in the big wave surfing world, celebrating them as role models.
Surfer and filmmaker, Cyrus Sutton sees the Coronavirus Crisis as a symptom of a deeper problem in our society and a great wake-up call. “Deep down we all know we don’t need much to be happy.”
“Laura is a funny Aussie that’s doing things most have nightmares about” said Elley Norman from Patti. “She’s really a genuine person with no ego and a heart as big as the waves she surfs.”
A couple of years ago, Lex Weinstein made a point of aligning her business with her core values. Despite the challenges she had to face, she never gave up in “making a massive change”
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