You live in them. You cross them. You climb up and down or on them. You look out of them. You walk through them. However, houses, bridges, stairs, windows and doors can be much more than just objects of everyday use. The genre of architectural photography offers so much, which makes the hearts of those beat faster, who love clear lines and refined picture composition. Often parallels to the abstract are recognizable – and in a minimalist manner, simplicity becomes art.
The Berliners are unfriendly and inconsiderate, gruff and self-opinionated, Berlin is repulsive, loud, dirty and grey, construction works and blocked streets wherever you go. But I feel sorry for those who can’t live here.
Our designer and our picture editors had a little creative session together last week, and this is what came out of it: some really gorgeous-looking ideas for how you can integrate our pieces of art into your own home. Voilà.
Framed prints by ‘Typealive‘ – from €50
It’s that time of the year again! The birds are singing, the sun is out again and we can finally hide our winter coats in the darkest corners of our wardrobes for a looong time. Here’s our photographers take on the season of new beginnings!
The Grand Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang, North Korea, are an artistic and gymnastics festival held annually from early August to early September. The name “Arirang” is a reference to a local folk song, considered by many to be the unofficial national anthem of Korea. It tells the story of a young couple, torn apart by an evil landlord. In the context of the games, this is an obvious reference to the division of Korea into a Southern and a Northern Korean nation.