With an upcoming collaboration with Foreign Beggars and an album with Ritviz in the works, Seedhe Maut is riding the new wave of Indian hip-hop.
Anindya Anugrah borrows heavily from medieval art but her whimsical pieces are all her.
Gabbi Wenyi uses their art to protect and to protest.
Walking the length of an ultramarathon with no training was a test for the body and the mind.
"I believe that if the government had taken steps to ensure that everyone remained safe, we wouldn’t be where we are today. They could have controlled this situation better."
"There's nothing more honest...than gathering around a table of food or looking at an artwork."
Coming from Singapore, a country with very strict laws against vandalism, Song's need to find 'legal' walls brings him around the world.
Chronicling the lived experiences of multiracial Australians, Sabina McKenna uses Instagram to bring the conversation of cultural identity to the masses.
I spent a weekend going to online parties, workout calls, and gaming sessions to find out what it means to socialise in the new normal.
Coming from a rigourous practice in viola and violin, Mervin Wong aka Planeswalker transformed his classical training with the infinite possibility of electronics.
"I’m worried about the virus being everywhere, like there’s no safe space for me anymore. I see them in my mind and think that they’re coming to get me."
Yemen has been brought to its knees by civil war and starvation. This skateboarder from Sana’a aims to bring hope back on board.