• Why We All Prefer to Live Our Lives Online

    In an age fraught with so much technology, over population and rapid development, it’s visible that people – in particular, young adults – are gradually retreating into an online life. No longer do youths choose to spend time outside, instead picking the controlled environment of a virtual environment as opposed ...

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  • The Miniature World of Roy’s People

    The story behind the photos: “I got into this as a hobby originally, taking photos of a model train track. So I decided to get some figures, cut them up, change them a little bit then photograph them on the streets. I really like to work with dark humour, mischief ...

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  • Through the lens of: Olafur K

    The story behind the photos: “I work under the name Olafur K but my real name is Carlos Lozano and I’m from Barcelona. My interest in photography began when I was finishing my Product Design degree at university and I discovered a new way to express myself through images. My ...

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  • Taylor Clarke – Denying the Self Portrait

    Here is her series “Skin” I have produced a series of images that is primarily devoted to attempting to deny the self in the self-portrait, which stemmed from an overwhelming resonance I have with the unique and radical teachings of Buddhism, specifically the idea of anattā meaning no-self. The self that is represented in ...

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  • Stratego

    Processed with Snapseed. Everybody calls me Stratego. Although the real name is Stratos. – close enough! Ever since I can remember, I have always been thinking in pictures. I love to visualize my thoughts through digital art, graphic designs and photography. I’m a big fan of sci-fi. So mostly my work ...

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  • Imprints in Prints: David Healy

    extremely personal insight into the works and mind of David Healy, as he shares, in his own words, the origins of his passion for art, reflecting upon the importance that modes of creative expression have within his life, in terms of exploring and understanding one’s internal self as well as ...

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  • Bittersweet Baghdad

    Ayo Fagbemi is a head editor at Diss, and runs Thyme Creative Company. This piece is looking at the stunning work of Alia Hassan, in his film “BITTERSWEET BAGHDAD” Alia Hassan and his allegorical crew have proven their talent pushing the boundaries of videography. Their clear eye for style, attention to ...

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