Q&A: Winter Magazine

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All images courtesy of A Mag For All Seasons Inspired by their city and the seasonal changes it goes through, Kevin Braddock, Kati Krause and Ana Lessing wanted to produce a single edition of a magazine, where they could experiment and illustrate some of these wonderful ideas. After enjoying the process so much, we are […]

Q&A: Samuel J Davidson

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Photographs by Samuel Davidson Samuel Davidson, curates beautiful, realist imagery into a his publication series, This Is The Same Ocean. A side project to his work as a photographer, these publications give a little insight into Davidson’s inspirations, aesthetic and approach to his work. Despite moving to Berlin from Melbourne, when we caught up with […]

Q&A: Jay Wright

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All images Jay Wright Illustrator, Jay Wright, made the move to Berlin last year, after graduating from UWE Bristol. Whilst studying, he completed an exchange to the German capital after a little coaxing from his tutor. Now a full time illustrator, Jay credits his big break to his work being published in Anorak magazine, and […]

Q&A: Palefroi Print Studio


All images by Palefroi Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff set up their Berlin based print studio after they discovered a mutual love of screenprinting and their involvement in the music-art scene. They produce their prints and publications together and separately to create an ever evolving aesthetic. Often abstract, figurative drawings, using layers of texture and […]

Q&A: The Greenside Mural Restoration Project


Interview by Billie Jenkins The Greenside Mural restoration project is one of those rare but wonderful examples of a community uniting over a cause and the end result being something much more than the original goal. Greenside Primary School was built by Erno Goldfinger, the Modernist architect of Trellick Tower fame, one of only two […]

Q&A: The Peckham Peculiar

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(above) In the Southerden Pastry Store Words by Elizabeth Pollard Every city in the world seems to have it’s own geographic rivalry. In New York it’s fiercely Manhattan vs Brooklyn, with some Williamsburg hipsters swearing never to cross the East River. In Berlin it’s the bohemian artists of the East in Kreuzberg vs Mitte’s traditionalists […]