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Anti-war Journalist Julia Leeb and the Impact of the Unseen

Designer Amber Jae Slooten explores identity without limits in digital fashion

The quiet activism of the Lissome founder Dörte de Jesus

Tana Latorre believes in the power of community to celebrate diversity, belonging, and self-love

Nicholas Daley’s nonconformist approach to menswear takes shape through a beat all of its own

Michael Andersen and Jeppe Christensen disrupt the kitchen industry with their reformative approach to design


FF Mixtape #171: Michael A. Muller

Balmorhea—at its core, a duo between Muller and Lowe—is a genre-spanning, exploratory entity with artistic inspiration ranging from the jazz scene in New York to classical Baroque compositions. Here’s what we learned about his transition from photographer to musician, the parallels between conveying his vision in both art forms, and the release of The Wind … Read More

32 tracks  •  2:37:00

FF Mixtape #170: Arman Naféei

“From your local baker to the pope, if you like music or not—you have a soundtrack.” “We go into unnatural environments like nightclubs because we are after those vibrations, that out-of-body experience.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Arman Naféei (@armannafeei) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Arman Naféei … Read More

24 tracks  •  2:00:00

FF Mixtape #169: Arletis Garcia

“I can’t remember a time when I didn’t feel a deep emotional connection to music and the notion of creating it.” “Technology can provide beautiful opportunities to connect across oceans and create with people we otherwise would have never known.” Horses by Arletis Arletis Garcia is a New York-born, Berlin-based singer, songwriter, and producer. Her … Read More

27 tracks  •  1:45:00

Photo Essays

Chasing memories near and far with Karl Bailey

Nestled on the south coast of the United Kingdom lies the sea city Portsmouth, the primary subject of UK-based Karl Bailey’s photographs. Whether we are familiar with the seaside city or not, there’s something personal about his intimate portrayal of the town’s public spaces, community pools, and festive attractions. The same can be said about … Read More

From Moricone to Cappadocia through the lens of Patricia Sofra

“I work closely with analogue because it allows me to relinquish control, shoot slower, and work with the flaws.” “No environment or situation that I am photographing is the same, but what informs all of my work is a sense of symmetry and intergenerational memory.’’ “As a young introvert, it was my tool to connect … Read More

Capturing the mundane sparkle of France’s southern coast with Paloma Saint Léger

“Our place in nature is also something I like to observe, we are just part of the scenery and it is something I like to give a glimpse of through my images.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Paloma Saint Léger (@palomasaintleger) Paloma Saint Léger is an international photographer, graphic designer, and … Read More

Ana Cuba captures the rural landscapes of Tolar Grande, where “nature flaunts itself so overwhelmingly”

“I can’t take any credit for these photographs. It is really easy to take beautiful pictures when nature flaunts itself so overwhelmingly.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ana Cuba (@ana__cuba) Ana Cuba is a London-based photographer. Find out more about her work by following her on Instagram, or, if you’d like … Read More

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