Editor's Note: This is the second of a two-part interview. The first part was published on the 26th of April and can be found here. In the Photo:  A sniper belonging to the Kurdish special forces takes aim during a small

EDITOR'S Note: This is the Part I of an interview with photojournalist, Rick Findler. Part II is available here.  Since the invention of photography, the profession of photojournalism has been a silent witness to the dramatic turns our world has undergone

As green architecture has taken cities such as Singapore by storm, Rome, known for its architectural antiquity, has not exactly been a frontrunner in the movement. However, this is about to change following the development of the ‘Tangenziale Verde’ project, spearheaded by

The exchange of hand-made artisanal goods has been fundamental to trade throughout the course of human history. Legendary rulers exchanged luxurious gifts to secure key alliances and historic trade routes were established to fuel the large-scale exchange of crafts across

When you see his work, don’t let your eyes decide what they are seeing too quickly. Italian-born artist Johannes Stötter has developed his master skills through intricate optical illusions. His impeccable renderings of animals and nature’s motifs on human bodies

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