roberto foddai: another taboo

Every so often, a single image makes your entire body shiver. Once in a while that image can make you think in a way you haven’t thought before, just because it is so beautiful yet disturbing at the same time, unsettling even yet brilliant; you are drawn to it and can’t let go. Perhaps this … Continue Reading

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billyboy* interview

From the surreal beginnings of the tragedy of star-crossed lovers and an adopted family that made the Sopranos seem tame, the heady story of BillyBoy*’s youth doesn’t even hint at the incredible life he has led. This European born, American life begins to sound like a who’s who of ‘art royalty’ and it might be … Continue Reading

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ulrich lindenthal interview

Born of a sense of classical romanticism, always with an eye for the ephemeral portrayal of beauty in its most natural form, Ulrich Lindenthal talks to Predrag Pajdic about his inspirations, his passions and his perceptions surrounding him both as a person and as a great artist. This sensitive and in-depth interview takes a peek … Continue Reading

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sam scott schiavo interview

“…there is a divinity moving you… For all good poets, epic as well as lyric, compose their beautiful poems not by art, but because they are inspired and possessed…” [Socrates’ words, taken from Plato's Ion] Predrag Pajdic begins a new season of interviews with artists, in order to share, showcase and uncover what drives individual … Continue Reading

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lingering whispers exhibition: last week

Dazed step into the darkness of a surreal crypt to celebrate the final week of one of London’s most successful shows. This week is your last chance to see the exhibition Lingering Whispers in the crypt of St Pancras Church, a show where fashion, erotica and art collide in an unfettered and often deeply unsettling … Continue Reading

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jane l. nash interview

I first met Jane over 15 years ago when I was a fashion designer and she was my life model. It’s amazing but never surprising to see how people develop and change and through that time, love and friendship can endure. Here we are now, sitting opposite each other with so much of the journey … Continue Reading

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bryan slater interview

Celebrities and performers have become the icons of a culture driven by the projections of the viewer unto those considered ‘gifted’ and Bryan Slater certainly is in a big way, but there are other great qualities that aroused our curiosity. TP. You work as a nude model contains striking images from several photographers. How were … Continue Reading

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in conversation with luca di biasi

Accounts of the Roman emperor Nero enjoying the spectacle of gladiator fights with emeralds held to his face and panes of smoky quartz used in China in the 12th century reveal a need to protect the eyes, but style is a fantastic plus in modern times. Today, we present a red-hot new designer, Luca di … Continue Reading

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ingrid chavez interview

Pop Music is shorthand for ‘popular in the taste of many.’ Poetry uses words to provoke emotional or sensual responces, often adding a creative meaning to a message. The music industry produces its share of mass-consumed anthems to escapism, but occasionally, a voice and talent is heard among the offerings and it shines when surrounded … Continue Reading

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petra reimann interview

Petra Reimann was born and raised on the streets of Hannover, Germany. She has spent recent years working in Berlin capturing backyards, street life and the architectural soul of the city. Constantly, intuitively scanning all around her, Petra spends every spare moment and a few borrowed ones pursuing shadows and reflections as well as being … Continue Reading

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