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Julian Karlsen

“I’ve been through a lot, but not the good kind. I hope there is more love.” Read more…


Extraweg

Oliver Latta is a berlin-based motion designer and illustrator, his work features groundbreaking 3D, 2D and live action imagery that challenges your idea of reality. His grand online following confirms his admiration with technology and the ability to formulate art through modern culture. Read more…


pierre ange carlotti

Shooting intimate portraits of his friends, collaborators and lovers as they cross the City of Light in a whirl of hedonistic youth, Pierre Ange-Carlotti is the documentarian of Paris' 21st century youth. Pierre-Ange Carlotti is the enfant terrible of Parisian society. He has proved, with a daring approach to photography, that his vision is not only defiant and provocative, but also a document of a fascinating reality that often escapes the public eye. His work is a delightful blend of French savoir faire and the boldness of youth. He is friends with many of the most important young icons of the fashion industry in Paris, and as a photographer he has become the favourite documentarian of the alternative lifestyle of the city's youth.

– I-D.vice

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MARIA PASENAU

Maria is one of Norway’s freshest new talents in the world of photography. Her interpretation of youth, culture and relationships are unique, raw and unpolished, whilst the messages are honest and heavily loaded with personality. Maria has established herself as one to watch in the Oslo-scene, despite her young age. Read more…


SHARNA OSBORNE

Sharna Osborne is a New Zealand born artist and filmmaker working in London, her extremely particular eye for detail has resulted in her making visuals for Raf Simons, Vetements, Martine Rose, Craig Green and Charles Jeffrey - Loverboy to name a few. Read more…


NATE WALTON

This LA-based photographer captures intimacy and closeness in an anonymously provocative way. His work features familiar emotions and situations of sexuality, the female body, and fragments of everyday life, captured in a new and innovative way. Read more…


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