Stories of Abandoned Tashkent Houses
Designer Jenia Kim tells a story of her journey right down the rabbit hole of an abandoned mansion, and unravels its mystery through clothes, accessories and objects.
Still Lifes in Motion
Seven artists take part in an audiovisual work, initiated by Flowgardenz, aiming to extract the rare sounds coming from plants and observe the essence of rhythm.
A.D.E.D.’s Drop as a Contemplation on the New Moods of Spring.
We had a chance to catch up with Cozek during the launch of A.D.E.D.’s new drop release and reflect on isolation, new relationships, protest, and finding equilibrium.
Notes on Childhood
A.D.E.D. celebrate the launch of their new capsule collection with a short film, photographs and texts by various artists, photographers and writers.
Colored Dots on a Snowy Background
Photographer Fyodor Savintsev sets out to explore and document compelling stories of conventional Soviet "Six Hundred" Dachas.
The Decay of Innocence in Arkhangelsk
In his photo essay Ilya Ocei explores the decaying wooden houses of Arkhangelsk’s Maimaksa and looks back on his own childhood, leaving his imprints on the deserted past.
Poexxxali continue their improvised adventure into the fun side of absurd with the release of a new song and video “Koтik”.
Dance of an Artist
Artist Vika Kosheleva on overcoming fears and borders, finding inspiration and immersing herself in work.