Colours are in my opinion the most important aspect of an artwork, considering the impact that’s supposed to have on a viewer. Through a stronger impact it gets easier to get inside all the other layers the artwork is made of. Continue reading ALO – Interview
he evil eye belief suggests that the success, prosperity and beauty of a person can attract jealousy from ill-disposed individuals Continue reading The Evil Eye: A Spell Everyone Can Cast – ISSUE Article
The ‘Willem de Kooning and Sandro Botticelli paint the beauty and the beast but not really’ is one of our online ISSUE segments, head to ‘THE IRIS ISSUE’ for the complete editorial and set of images. Both sides of art Art alone is a subject full of debate as its value is based on subjective truths and not on objective ones. Many times we talk … Continue reading Willem de Kooning and Sandro Botticelli Paint the Beauty and the Beast… but not really
The autumn 2023 LOAD Issue, THE IRIS ISSUE, has arrived! Our seventh seasonal issue release is officially on our website. Continue reading THE IRIS ISSUE has arrived!
Sophia Savanger’s newest mask collection explores the theme of origins by tying the idea of time and the ethereal body. Continue reading Primordial Fire – Artist Tribute Article
Black and white films were originally made due to the lack of technology and the absence of color film. Thus, in the early years of cinema, there was no choice, and at the same time an aesthetic reason was created for this absence of color. Continue reading Cinema’s Gray Scale Age – Article
The summer 2023 LOAD Issue, THE ORIGINS ISSUE, has arrived! Our sixth seasonal issue release is officially on our website. Access the online flip-through issue by clicking here. Continue reading THE ORIGINS ISSUE has arrived!
Most people believe that popular and timeless artists have always been successful and famous, but that isn’t the case. In many situations, artists have been recognised post-mortem, raising the question of what success really is and how it is attained for artists? Continue reading To Live or Not To Live: When Does Glory Meet the Artist?
We are releasing our first ever PRINTED ISSUE for our one year anniversary, OUT 29/03!The Triumph Issue release ponders ‘who are the true winners?’ Continue reading THE TRIUMPH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE – Limited Edition Print Release OUT NOW
…the Oscars have always had a political undertone, whether in relation to discriminatory attitudes towards the nominations, or statements made by award-winners. This has resulted in people deciding to boycott them over the years. Continue reading The Oscars – Politics or Art?
Marketing techniques & commercials are frequently not sincere, causing several scandals and accusations of numerous industries. Everything is not what it seems Continue reading Marketing Techniques: The Tip of the Iceberg
Artists hibernate similarly to animals, spending cold periods of time inactive, so that their next work can formulate. Continue reading Dolce Far Niente: Artists’ Hibernation
The Autumn 2022 LOAD Issue, THE ETERNAL Issue, is here! Our third issue release is officially out. You can access the full issue and flip through the pages by clicking here. Continue reading THE ETERNAL ISSUE – #03 AUTUMN 2022 is out now!
Dance and architecture – two artistic techniques that have space management as an integral part of them. Continue reading Körper Means Body: Immortality in Dance and Architecture – Editorial
The ‘Social Movements: A Balance Between Change and Stability’ article is one of our online ISSUE segments, head to THE ETERNAL ISSUE for the complete article experience Society is a living organism: changing, evolving, adapting. The only thing stable about it is not being stable. Change in society can occur in multiple ways; the most common is through social movements and shifts. But what are they … Continue reading Social Movements: A Balance Between Change and Stability
Music has always played a major role in people’s personal lives, but also in society as a whole. Continue reading The Power of Music: cultural influence throughout the decades
In 2012, Theodoros Giannitsakis started a creative agency PRESSURE that focuses on topics of his personal interest in fashion, art, music, and cinema. Continue reading In Conversation with PRESSURE: when culture meets fashion
The Summer 2022 LOAD Issue, THE EMERSION ISSUE, has emerged! Our second issue release is officially out. You can access the full issue online. Continue reading THE EMERSION ISSUE – #02 SUMMER 2022
After two years of Covid restrictions, the Met Gala was hosted on the 2nd of May 2022. Its theme, “Gilded Glamour and White Tie”. Continue reading A Gilded Age – A Reflection on the Met Gala 2022
Nathy Peluso is an Argentine artist, raised in Spain. At the age of 27, she has been loved by all of us for her fusion rhythms, her almost supernatural talent. Continue reading Nathy Peluso: An Exploration of Musical Identity