One Angle Two Generations

Filipino photographer Anna Karenina Glinoga, immortalizes the similarity she has with her grandmother after losing her father to cancer 2 years ago. Her grandmother is…

Fener & Balat

Defining the current state of Balat and Fener is an exercise in contradiction, both good and bad. No other neighborhood in Istanbul is populated so…

The Ones

Art, fashion, music, cinema; an antidote to life. Pushing the limits and adding flavour and personality to these genres is a responsibility of a few.…

Miron Zownir

He is fearless in his portrayal of the ones on the outer edge of society. The 80s in New York were a time of discovery,…

Broken Knees

I live in Russia in St Petersburg. Russia is my homeland. Its where my family, friends, culture, language, history are. St. Petersburg, small villages, birch trees, Chekhov; these are my loves. I like to take pictures of children and teenagers.

Mysterious Letters

Lenka and Michael… These two names may not ring a bell with any of you yet. However, in the near future (hopefully) you’ll be receiving a letter in the mail that will make you “LOL” signed by these two. In the long process of creating a unique hand-written letter to everyone in the world, these two might just be our favorite mysterious duo.

Francesca Allen

Francesca Allen is reminiscent of London and the new generation of photographers changing the scope of this city. Her photos have a fragility and hopefulness…

Eda Dürüst

When we come across artists that are considered in their “youth” we get all the more excited feeling a palpable closeness through age. Eda is one of those kind creators that has a humble heart, a colorful scheme, and an ironic sense of humor translated directly to her work. Be prepared to chuckle.