From London to Portugal to Berlin; there is a rumbling of energy in tired old Europe. Vibrant, bold, edgy… a fired-up generation of artists has made its voice heard in the last twenty years and has stood the art world on its head. Meet five featured European artists who have danced to their own beat, and luckily for us, have given a jolt to life along the way.
With the proliferation of iPads, iPhones and 60 inch hi-definition television screens, the art and science of filmmaking has acquired a new luster in today’s digital world. Continue reading for an inspiring series of interviews about this industry and its power to in-form, uplift and entertain.
Latin America has been the birthplace of great political revolutionaries—Che Guevara, Simon Bolivar, Fidel Castro, and Micaela Bastidas. In this issue, we are featuring innovators creating their own revolution through art, music, literature, and technology.
The Diamond Sutra, one of the earliest printed books, includes both words and pictures. From wooden blocks to electronic printing, printing methods and the way we have accessed printed matter have evolved over the centuries. Something that hasn’t changed over the centuries, however, is our need to tell stories and discover new ways of looking at our world.