Get Me LOVE: Alyha

An interview with Berlin based creative Alyha Love on the subject of LOVE

Touring the streets of Berlin we are met by a diverse range of young people out and about, each with their own ideas on love and life. How has it been influenced by the variety of free spirits roaming Berlin, and in what way has the increasing rise in popularity of dating apps influenced the…

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Get Me LOVE: Penny

An interview with Berlin based artist Penny Rafferty on the subject of LOVE

Touring the streets of Berlin we are met by a diverse range of young people out and about, each with their own ideas on love and life. How has it been influenced by the variety of free spirits roaming Berlin, and in what way has the increasing rise in popularity of dating apps influenced the…

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In conversation with Henry Bae

who tackles racism, fetishism, and his own sense of self-worth—follower count be damned

Last week something caught our eye: it was clever, witty, relevant and very pretty and called CAKEBOY magazine. One of the articles in particular did grab our attention: the one about Henry Bae. A so-called social star, who managed to explain in a very personal and clear way how he relates to, plays with and…

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In conversation with RAFIA

About white privilege, black culture, gender and activism

Tenacious would be the word she would use to describe the zeitgeist of our generation. Rafia Santana is a multimedia artist who will work with whatever she gets her grubby hands on. In this visual essay she talks to us about what she thinks is important: the beliefs behind the art. More specifically: her beliefs.

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