Our collection of inspiring articles
- Mixed media artist, Irene Hoff explores themes of strength versus perceived weakness. Her creations focus on the positive, the optimistic and a better future.
- Looking to get creative with your camera but don't know where to start? This three-part series, Shoot-Edit-Share, will guide you to become a more versatile photographer, better editor and effective exhibitor!
- George interviews the Founder and CEO of TOPIKU, the company that handcrafts the world's most sustainable hats!
Striving to give the musically gifted a platform to stand on, Sindhèn has launched their very own podcast - SINSESH! Listen to it here...
Sindhèn's third article on helping you get started on making beats. Part 3 covers the essential audio outputs; speakers and headphones.
Adithio captures an up close and personal portrait series of a tribal band called the Sanggar Sarak from Raja Ampat, West Papua.
Fredrik Lundqvist hikes to Amed in the east of Bali and photographs village life in the humbling and raw portrait series.
Film & Photography
- From The Woods Productions head honcho, Fabian Von Holzen, talks with Genesis about his recent film and his passion for visuals.
Sindhèn's second article on helping you get started on making beats. Part 2 covers essential gear and equipment.
Mezzanines are hard to get right if you don't understand the connection of spaces, the importance of privacy and appropriate levelling - this isn't a problem for Delution Architects.
LOVE is not just all about pink/red hearts and shabby pick up lines. These artists will help you remember why....
“Starting Your Music Production Career” is a series of articles, explaining all the essential things you might need to know to start making music for your career.
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Mike Dargas is a german painter with an incredible eye for detail. His hyperrealistic portraits literally makes you lean in for a closer look.
The Melting Pot
Netflix subscribers will be able to stream inspiring episodes on architecture, art, fashion and more on February 10, 2017.
Dripping with positive vibes and determined to seek creative ways to live greener- Wonderfruit 2017’s profits will invest back into the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve in Indonesia.
In such a fast developing world, how does a country like Indonesia sustain it’s rich traditions? How does modernism affect the culture and what can we do with our resources today to embrace it?
If you’re trying to make your mark on Jakarta, you might want to get comfortable and take some notes. The bossman was even kind enough to record an exclusive mix just for us!
For those who are into animation, or even just appreciators of animation, Michael Marczewski's video Vicious Cycle introduces you to a world where robots are caught in a routine of meaningless tasks.
Being a fashion enthusiast myself, I wonder what part of Indonesia's fashion industry has the potential to boom globally.
With the new year rolling in and many focused on what's to come in the year ahead, George looks back to highlight architectural creations of 2016.
Technology is making its way into our clothes in a very invisible way all thanks to Google ATAP... All hail Google
Film & Photo
Indonesia's understanding and treatment of the mentally ill is atrocious. Adithio Noviello reveals an encounter with Made, a Balinese man, caged by his own family.
ompleted in 2015, Katamama sits elegantly behind the famous Potato Head Beach Club, designed by Andra Matin, a leading Indonesian architect.
Discovering the trick of panning to stop motion was one of the most thrilling stages of his early photography, Jim Richardson says. Get his pro tips.
I love plaid all year round but holiday plaid is my favorite! Red plaid tops are so festive, classic and can be easily dressed up or down.
He's been a skate-punk, a jazz-head and a commercial composer, but Jordan Rothlein found out how Wata Igarashi is fast becoming one of Japan's top techno artists.
German-born abstract artist Peter Zimmermann’s current exhibition is a fantastical mix of a traditional art exhibition and an experiential show.
The original house was built in the 1960s, in a style vaguely reminiscent of the cottage familiar to this part of Brussels.