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Giovanni Marks —
File Under ”Crev“

Following the release of “Fall All Over/Dead October” [Get Crev Labs, 2020] our author Karl Hadrian Delgas initiated a dialogue with Giovanni Marks, who represents the colours of the Californian beat scene like no other.

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NIKA ARKHIV —
‘Eyes Looking High Up At The Abstract Sky’

Even though her graffiti-inspired anti-aesthetics can silence any real-keeper within seconds, Nika’s approach is mainly focused on performative strategies. In this editorial feature — originally laid out by Stephan Idé for TISSUE N°666FFF — she focuses on the potential of ambiguity triggered by the abstraction of the sky.

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Mihai Barabancea
Falling On Blades*

“It doesn’t always kill you, but it always hurts. And still you’ve got to […] keep going. I find this ability to roll with the punches, to take the pain and adapt to circumstances, in my subjects: gypsies, beggars, crooks, vagabonds, underdogs, conmen, buskers and various shady characters in Romania and Moldova. My object is […]

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Suffering as a Love Language

WORDS OF ADVICE: DAMILOLA TORIOLA ILLUSTRATION: FOXY A love language describes the way in which you desire to be loved and taken care of by the people you are attached to. There are five love languages; physical touch, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and words of affirmation. One thing a lot of people […]

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KRISTINA NAGEL “ETHER++”

Readers might already know about Kristina’s powerful work as an artist, as the curator of the Berlin off-space Aesthetik01 and as the editor of zines like AXIS. Aesthetik01 was recently sent into oblivion but Ms Nagel assured us that there will be something totally different, Aesthetik02. Kristina brings an unconventional ethereal glitch to fashion photography […]

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