Art

Łukasz Horbów

Łukasz Horbów is a young artist and performer from Poland. In this series he wants to use his body and performance art together with the traditional medium of painting, to show how the artist’s body can change in art pieces and that he does not need anything but his body to create something. “My main inspiration […]

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Art, Photography

Zerkalou

Brian Lau (under the pseudonuym Zerkalou) is a 20 year old editorial and fine art photographer based in Seattle, WA. Brian Lau is passionate about cinema and story telling, particularly that of a visual experience and expression. His work captures the banality of life in his most pure sense, being influenced by Lauren Withrow, William […]

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Art

Christopher Marsh

Christopher Marsh is an art brut creator, curator of Wagpasties art zine, always multitasking and luckily so. An award winning film maker, a painter, a photographer, you name it. We can’t get enough, can’t wait to see more! You are working with different media to create art. Which one came first and how did this […]

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Art, Photography

Martin Sabino

Do a painting and a hook up have anything in common? Actually, they do. They could either be the inspiration for one of Martin Sabino’s emotionally and visually loaded pieces. Starting out with his mother’s camera, he can now not see himself being anything but a photographer and looking at his work we are more […]

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Art, Photography

Adam Spiegelman

Adam Spiegelman is a New York based artist whose work focuses on the effects of isolation, loneliness, and fear within contemporary urban landscapes. His work is largely confessional in nature, and implicates his experiences with trauma, mental illness, and addiction. How did you get interested in photography in the first place? I first became interested […]

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Art, Fashion, Stuff

Not Your Girls

A movie by Alexan Kevork Sarikamichian Can you split your heart in two? can you be in love of two people at the same time? what are the consequences? The story of a girl divided in her two weaknesses, lead her to live simultaneously two love stories on which we see her enjoy and suffer […]

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Art

Just like Arcadia

By Jordi Estrada “COMO EN ARCADIA” (Just like Arcadia) from Jordi Estrada on Vimeo. Como en Arcadia (Just Like Arcadia) is a personal piece about the loss and mythification of youth and the magic and pain of platonic love. A journey into the beginning of times, when mortals lived like Gods, without worries and no […]

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Art, Photography

Jenn Lee FW17

“Greed and money, there’s no difference from the golden 80’s to today’s society”, says designer Jenn Lee. In this season’s collection, the label has gotten its inspiration from the colourful and highly contrasted Taiwanese temples. Adding in TPU tape in different sizes, the designer focuses on ‘anti-perfectionism’, played with the characteristics of Taiwanese patch-and-go; bringing […]

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Art

Landscapes

Landscapes by Camilla Robinson Landscapes is a series of digital collages by the artist Camilla Robinson.  Her work revolves around the environment of the internet and how it displays the female body.  Camilla is fascinated by the politics of the gaze, often seeking to disturb or direct it within her pieces, she often employs layers […]

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Art

Casting Call for DRECK’s movie

Hi! DRECK magazine is now starting with the casting process for Scopophiliac: Eyes in a Vending Machine. If you wanna be part of the movie and live in Berlin, Athens, London or are able to travel there for the shooting, please follow the link, download the form, fill it out and email it back to: dreck@dreck-mag.com […]

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