A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Orsolya Andras

Born in 1991, living in Cluj. She is a translator, a feminist and a traveller. Issue #4,

Dana J. Ardell

is a Budapest-based photographer. Her work has been published in the Calvert Journal and the Chicago Tribune. Issue #1.

Zoltán Borsos

In his work he is trying to tie together traditional visual storytelling, spontaneity and thoughtfulness. Since 2016, he has been using only analogue photography techniques as one of the most sensitive and honest forms of photography. Issue #3.

Wayne Brett

Born in London, England. Wayne has lived and worked in Hungary since 2003. He is an actor and writer, who also spends a lot of time creating in the fields of visual art and music. He is most happy when flexing all of his bow strings, combining all the above interests and making film/theatre. Issue #3.

Anissa Casarella

Born in Switzerland, she has lived in the USA, Brazil, South Africa and most European countries including the Netherlands. Currently living in Budapest. Fascinated by the psychology of people, Anissa is trying to define what it means to be a human being by studying interactions, by creating experiences, constantly putting herself in a new cultural context. Issue #3.

Steve Dalachinsky (1946-2019)

A native New Yorker, poet, critic, and artist, Dalachinsky was active in the Avant-Garde and Free Jazz movements. He is the author of multiple collections of poetry, including Where Night and Day Become One: The French Poems (Great Weather for Media, LLC, 2018) and The Final Nite & Other Poems: The Complete Notes from a Charles Gayle Notebook 1987-2006 (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2006), winner of the PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Book Award. Dalachinsky also received the Franz Kafka Prize and an Acker Award, and was nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize. He lived in Manhattan with his wife, painter and poet Yuko Otomo, and died on September 15, 2019. Issue #4.

Elyas

A French (now London-based) artist. He uses mediums like sound, drawing, performance, photography and collage. Collage is a way to express his interest in sound art, cinema, poetry or photography. Issue #4.

Lidija Ferencak

collage artist & art education graduate based in London. Issue #4.

Catarina Loupa Ferreira

20 years old, Audiovisual and Multimedia student, Filmmaker aspirant. Issue #4,

Alexa Fermeglia

An American-born, Budapest-based visual artist and secret poet. Her work appears in The Inklette, Tast Magazine, and Volney Road Review. Issue #5.

Ben Freeman

An artist, a painter and a photographer. «My digital photography, and the film photography that I used to do are usually of an abstract nature as I tend to zoom in on subjects to find the interesting patterns and 'inner artworks'». Issue #5.

Stefan Gonzalevski

A photographer, born in France in the 70s. After literature studies in university, he attended the Gobelins photo school in Paris. He worked as a local press photographer, in a photo lab, as a studio photographer and fine art printer.Now he works as product photographer, but still pursuing his personal projects concerning modern architecture, travels and urban photography. He“s interested in the relation between the human kind and its architectural creations. Issue #5.

Bori Gyori

Studied illustration at Corvin Art School from the acclaimed Hungarian illustrator Rofusz Kinga. Lives and works in Budapest. Sketches everywhere she goes, and loves to populate any blank sheet of paper with her imaginary creatures. Issue #5.

Victor Gusev (aka Vitya Lyuty)

is a tattoo artist from St.Petersburg, Russia. He is much more an “artist” than just a “tatoo artist”. He constantly explores possibilities of the genre, changes his creative pallete and, while travelling around the world and meeting new people, grows and develops as an artist. Issues #1, #3, #4, #5.

Olga Lo

Born in St.Petersburg, Russia, she currently lives and works in Budapest. Olga is a participant of several group exhibitions and a few solo ones. Beauty of colors, variety of life forms in nature are the main themes of her artworks. Issues #1 and #4.

Magdolna Laukó

A photographer from Budapest. Her theme: simple things in minimal or paint with long exposure. Issue #3.

Lyudmila Martynova

Born in Slavyansk, Ukraine. Studied architecture and graduated from Kharkov State University. Works as an architect, a painter, a set designer for theater productions. Has been living in Budapest for 7 years now. Issues #1, #3.

Maggie McDonald

Maggie is currently passing the time in Prague correcting people's English, drinking Pilsner Urquell, and marveling at the functioning state of Czech public transportation. Issue #4.

Lovey Ng

A mother of Hikari the tortoise in Budapest. Issue #5.

Alex Nodopaka

originated in 1940, Kyiv, Ukraine. He propounds having studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Casablanca, Morocco. He is multifaceted artist who practiced traditional painting, drawing, photography, etching & sculpture. Subsequently his art evolved into pure computer graphics. Issue #2.

Lili Judit Pamuk

Born in 1998, she is currently attending her second year at the University of Fine Arts at the Intermedia Department in Budapest. Lili works with painting and photography mainly around the subject of the human body, genders and religions. Issue #1.

Ariella Pintér

Born in Gyor, Hungary. Studied graphic design at Metropolitan University from 2012-2015. Works as a graphic designer at Ericsson Hungary. Living in Budapest for 6 years now. Also loves playing guitar, painting and creating sculptures. Issues #1, #3, #4.

Tom (Tomass) Stoke

is an artist dedicated to drawing, painting and mastering the art of visual communication in general. He is experimenting with a handful of styles from realistic and geometric to imaginary and abstract. Tomass is also a founder of the Painters Palace, one of the most remarkble artistic projects and  in Budapest. Issue #2.

Edwin Alistair D Sellors

Publisher of Ragged lion Press, London. Father of three. Writer, painter, film maker, musician. Issue #3.

Vyacheslav Smirnov

A Master of Science. Works at the White Sea Biological Station of the Zoological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences. Issue #4.

Sandor Sipos

A Hungarian born in Romania, living in Montreal, works as a painter and multimedia artist, and whatever he takes in his hands, it becomes multilayered, meta-visual, and shows “near invisibility”. He explores desire, chaos, a moment of time and something else in-between. Issues #2, #3, #4, #5.

Evgeniy Shchetinkin

A Moscow-based artist who mainly works in interior design and architecture. Among his projects are such as Skolkovo residential quarters, L'oreal beauty academy, Microsoft technology center, Genova blueprint competition and others. He is a participant and a winner of various international contests. He is also an author of an artistic project Analogform (Perm, Russia). Issues #2, #3, #4.

Sofia Serebriakova

A self-taught artist based in St. Petersburg, Russia. She uses oil-transfer method and in her work she explores movement, sound and abstract qualities of everyday objects. Issue #5.

Dorottya Somogyi

She lives in Budapest and is hoping to become a full-time illustrator in the future. Issue #5.

Manon Thielin

Originally from France, she lives in Budapest and studies Foreign Languages for her University Degree. Issue #4,

Oksana Zinchuk

is a photographer from republic of Karelia, Russia, who is currently based in China. She does candid and street photography, capturing a wide range of subjects from architecture and travel to landscape and macro views. Issue #2.

Natalia Zakharova

is a photographer from St.Petersburg, Russia. She had worked as an art manager, co-organized international schools of photography, exhibitions and workshops. As an artist, she's been working mainly with black and white images. She uses different techniques of film developing, and manual printing. Issue #2.

“YK”

Wanderer. Wannabe artist. Music lover. Dance fanatic. Pun-ist. Loud storyteller.

The image published in this issue was made in Innsbruck, Austria, at the Paninothek restaurant, where you could eat the most amazing paninis, while a friendly dog from next table is begging you, at every bite you take. Issue #1.