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With its roots in the early hip-hop scene of 1970’s and 1980’s New York City, graffiti as an art form has over the years gone from being viewed as destructive vandalism to becoming a celebrated and widely imitated guerilla art form that uses spray paint to add color and imagination to decaying urban landscapes. Graffiti-style
Fashion designer Eric Raisina’s daring and colorful designs are partly inspired by his memories of his brightly-hued birthplace – Madagascar – along with present day influences from the Cambodian culture that he’s surrounded by every day in his adopted hometown of Siem Reap. Don’t make the mistake of calling him trendy, though, at least not
Fashion designer Eric Raisina’s daring and colorful designs are partly inspired by his memories of his brightly-hued birthplace – Madagascar – along with present day influences from the Cambodian culture that he’s surrounded by every day in his adopted hometown of Siem Reap. Don’t make the mistake of calling him trendy, though, at least not
Overlooking deserted streets, Hanoi’s tiny balconies have become places of refuge as the city’s locked-down residents squeeze desks, yoga mats and comfy seats for coffee drinking into their share of fresh air. Eight million people living in the Vietnamese capital have been under a strict stay-at-home order since late July, allowed out only for trips
Performance artists decked out in cans, inner tubes, mirrors and discarded CDs parade through the streets of Kinshasa to bring art to the masses and highlight the Congolese capital’s chronic rubbish problem. The catwalk performers sashay through dusty, rubbish-strewn streets clogged with traffic in the working-class neighbourhood of Makala in the sprawling mega city. Eddy
Many artists focus on one discipline obsessively in order to master it, often for years at a time or even as the sole focus of their artistic careers. Others fixate on a certain medium or technique, like a painter who works exclusively with oils or a sculptor whose works are always welded from scrap metal.
Water tanks, fire trucks and helicopters: California’s Napa Valley winemakers are buying their own equipment to protect their property and their pricey vintages from wildfires. A historic drought driven by man-made global warming has left large tracts of the western US parched and highly vulnerable to fires. That includes the world-renowned vineyards that dot central