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Reportage: SKG Metamorphosis by Marinos Tsagkarakis

 Marinos Tsagkarakis was born in island of Crete, in Southern Greece in 1984. At the age of 17 he moved to Thessaloniki and studied Economic Science, Business Administration in Finance and finally Information Systems. He works as an economic analyst and Deputy Director in an international non-profit organization for trade & exports. He started dealing … Continue reading


Cinema: La vie d’Adèle – why Blue is the warmest colour

A movie by Abdellatif Kechiche with Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. Text and translation by Nicla Catano    [traduzione in italiano in basso] – I came across this movie while I was in New York. The English title “Blue is the Warmest Color”, conserves the meaning of French graphic novel’s title which has inspired it “ … Continue reading

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Photography: The Triffids Age by Tom Teodosijev

Tom Teodosijev was born in 1975 in Prague, Czech Republic. He took up photography when he was 15 years old. Five years after that came a fifteen-year long pause. In 2010 he rediscovered photography and began his studies at Photogenia Institute at Brno (CZ). He does not prefer either digital or classic technique in his … Continue reading

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Showcase: Richard Smith

Richard Smith explores unexpected interrelationships between everyday images through surrealist photomontage. Working with elements from nature, pedestrian objects, specially-commissioned photos, and scenes from his travels and neighborhood, he fuses these components into ethereal yet cohesive views that transcend their origins. A self-taught graphic artist with 20+ years of professional experience, Smith incorporates assimilated photographic techniques … Continue reading


Showcase: Matteo Bianchi

Matteo Bianchi is a poet, editor and columnist. Born in 1987 in Ferrara, Italy, he graduate from University of Ferrara with a degree in Literature and is currently completing his postgraduate at Ca’ Foscari University, Venice. His poetry has been widely published in magazines and anthologies, two poetry collections and the recipient of several poetry … Continue reading


STOP PRESS: Video-reportage from Antalya Protests over the death of Berkin Elvan

Regular FM`s readers have already met our Correspondents From the World Cody and Giselle. They currently are in Turkey where they witnessed Turkish riot police firing tear gas and water cannon to disperse several hundred people protesting over the death of Berkin Elvan.  [traduzione in italiano in basso] Berkin Elvan, who has been in a … Continue reading


Pretty in Fluster Analog Selection – #0

-.- -.- -.- -.- Pretty In Fluster is an Analogue Selection by Pretty in Mad for Fluster Magazine. Follow the link to have a chance to be featured in the next selection Have you checked SWAPPA Photobook yet? 100% Analogue Photography from all over the World! Preview and buy it here You can read about … Continue reading


Reportage: Alexandria by Jean-Marc De Coninck

Alexandria: And this freedom? Photos and text by Jean-Marc De Coninck Egypt’s most occidental and second town, continues actively with the participation of evicting Mohamed Morsi, the in 2012 democratically elected president and founder of the party for Liberty and Justice (PJL) emerging from the Muslim Brotherhood. Alexandria, once housing one of world’s seven Wonders, … Continue reading


On the Spot: Chris Collins

Chris Collins is a freelance artist whom makes his living doing creative projects and helping other people and business to be more creative. He has a number of projects including the Nonsense Society (an arts blog), Indie Music Box (royalty-free music), Today I Evolve (zen and growth), and Nonsense Thoughts (art/comics!) . Through comics, music, … Continue reading

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Leaving Kathmandu by Jess Saxton

Leaving Kathmandu- Text and photos by Jess Saxton – One last embrace, that’s all we get. I bury my face, breathe deeply and will the tears to come. They don’t. I hold tighter for just a moment longer. “Jess, you’ll miss your flight.” I peel myself away, avoiding meeting his eyes because my own are … Continue reading


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