Marta Marinotti and the fabulous magic that transmits Africa
In 2015 I won a contest in my former university. The price was to take part to a social design workshop which would be settled in Senegal. It was called Route Artlantique. Taking a look at the website you wouldn’t understand almost anything about how the workshop was organized and what we would do once arrived in Africa.
Eva O’Leary hints at what lies beneath the Happy Valley
Happy Valley is a sharp look at the town of State College, Pennsylvania. Through attractive and colorful images, O’Leary gives us a poignant insight on its inhabitants. Her portraits seem to reveal the masks of the subjects and let us viewers sense that there is more beyond the surface. A sense of uneasiness that leaks out of the heavy make-up and exposed skin.
Francesco Merlini’s dreams, nightmares and defeated fears
For many years I have tried to narrate a valley where I was born and where I’ve spent a lot of time since when I was a child even if I grow up in a big city like Milano. This valley is a place that I loved and hated, a place I’m tied to by an emotional link that involves me, my father passed away when I was fifteen and my mother disappeared one year ago.
Practice makes perfect: an education in coffee
The worldwide famous cypriot designer talking to C41 about his personal experience around coffee.