STUDY: DOES THE DOLCE VITA STILL EXIST? Italy
Ivan Olita is a creative director, communication strategist and Editor at Large of L'Officiel Italia. For his Voyage D'etude He decided to try and hunt down what La Dolce Vita is exactly, explaining "Being an Italian (although half Russian) I’ve always deeply acknowledged my heritage as a defining force in my way of seeing life, things and people around me. Italy is on the edge of a financial collapse right now. We’re far away from the times of the golden 60's but in spite of that Italians still always appear charming, careless and elegantly well put together."
STUDY: Il Ballata per il Monte di Fuoco, Etna, Italy
In May 2014 photographer Rachel Louise Brown was accepted as the inaugural International Artist in Residence Zafferana Etnea, Sicily. We follow through a variety of mediums Rachel Louise Brown's five week stay in one of the highest inhabited towns on the side of Europe's 'Most dangerous volcano', Mount Etna.
Lola Rose Thompson and Amanda Charchian Interview
Painter and poet Lola Rose Thompson and photographer/sculptor Amanda Charchian have been best friends since they met half a decade ago in art school. Although their work is vastly different, they share lots of common interests and influences. Lola often paints Amanda, who in turn often photographs Lola, and they’ve collaborated on videos, photos, and sculptures. Here they interview each other about art, pleasure, and inspiration.