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Catching up with C215

We can't stay away from the works of Christian Guemy aka C215. We've interviewed and featured him on multiple occasions and this certainly won't be the last time we show you his work. His impeccable stencil art with his unique signature can be found all across this globe, including our hometown of Amsterdam. As it's been a while since we've showed you some of his work, we thought it might be a good idea to share some of his more recent...

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  •  01.07.2015
  •  Arden

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Chris Tubbs – Out of Doors

After ten years of travelling around the world, this dedicated photographer, has built up this fantastic archive of 400-500 images from 40 countries. A lot of these are also in countries where basketball is not the most popular sport, and soon the board almost becomes secondary to the landscape. This small article can't really do any justice to his vast collection of hoops from around the globe. Rio de Janeiro Havana,...

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  •  23.06.2015
  •  Kaymir

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TelmoMiel – Brothers in Aerosol

The Dutch duo Telmomiel is amongst the best contemporary artists that the Netherlands has to offer at this moment. They've got the skill for photorealism but choose to use those techniques to give their works surreal twists. Another striking feature of their collaboration is that it seems that they paint as one. All in all, more than enough reason to show this fantastic duo some love!...

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  •  23.06.2015
  •  Arden

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Patrick Joust – Welcome to Baltimore

Patrick Joust is one of those photographers that awes you whit every shot. For this article, I could barely manage to make a selection of his work  as there are just too many mesmerising pictures. Hailing from the city of Baltimore, which was a lot in the news lately, Patrick knows to capture the city both the beautiful America as the raw side of the city as well. We've been awed by Patrick his photography of the city for nearly a...

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  •  21.06.2015
  •  Arden

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Cengiz Yar – War is Mobile

"I believe it's incredibly important to tell these stories"

Based in Chicago, Cengiz Yar is a hard working documentary photographer, freelance photojournalist and a founding member of the Frontline Freelancer Registry. His urge to tell stories is big, his urge to experiment and to grow as a storyteller probably even bigger....

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  •  07.03.2014
  •  Kaymir

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M.R. Hasan – Park life

A place of serenity for the inhabitants of Dhaka city, Bangladesh

Parks are of immense value to their cities. Whether it's about aesthetic, environmental, recreational or economical values, parks are a place for refreshment for the city's inhabitants and add some openness to the streets. Bangladesh' capital, Dhaka city, houses over 20 million people, with new fortune seekers arriving every day. You can only imagine the importance of a park in such a densely urbanized area. Bangladesh based...

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  •  18.10.2013
  •  Kaymir

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Knar Bedian – Armenian Roots

A trip trough Nagorno-Karabakh, an unfamiliair region in the Caucasus

Armenian photographer Knar Bedian took a trip to Nagorno-Karabakh, a once disputed territory in Azerbaijan that has now gained independence. She was able to travel on the Kelbajar route, a road with extremely poor conditions that connects Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. She got in touch with us to offer the world a glimpse of a place that most people haven't heard of....

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  •  16.10.2013
  •  Kaymir

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Fábio Roque – The Cubans

Cuba holds a special place in our hearts. Portuguese photographer Fábio Roque captured daily life on the (still) tranquil pearl in the Caribbean. For me personally it's a sweet trip down memory lane. I traveled the island for a month; lost my wallet, visa, passport and a bottle of fine rum. Got ran over by a horse, can describe the interiors of two police stations, immigration services and the Dutch embassy. Absolutely awesome...

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  •  04.09.2013
  •  Kaymir

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A ‘Mooiemuur’ Mural in Beirut

Dutch Graffiti artist Roy Valk a.k.a. KARSKI hasn't been properly introduced to yet (even though I have an elaborate interview that needs to be transcribed lying around, any volunteers?) but I couldn't pass up showing you the results of one of his latest projects. As we've collaborated with Roy in the past (CFYE at the Revelry, Graffiti Keuken video) we know that Roy works with a professionalism that is hard to match. It wouldn't...

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  •  09.07.2013
  •  Arden

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Lloyd Stubber – Colourblind

For the series 'Colourblind', Melbourne-based and Perth native photographer Lloyd Stubber has documented his three month solo trip through San Francisco, Nevada, New York, Scotland, Belgrade, Luthuania and Moscow. This makes for an eclectic mix of pictures which still comes across like a series that could've been made in the same state. We were intrigued and wanted to know a little bit more about Mr. Stubber! "I am prone at getting...

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  •  04.04.2013
  •  Arden