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Artist Gabriel Starobinski on His Art, Joy and Crying on the Dancefloor

Gabriel Starobinski is a visual artist from Basel, Switzerland who uses his canvases to explore the boundaries of gender, sexuality, and the spectrum between femininity and masculinity in his art. Starobinski’s work is vivid and arresting, neon-bright collages where the deeply personal and the universally socio-political sit side-by-side and speak […]

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Talking House with DJ Klingande

Chiming. In Swedish, it’s klingande, and when you first hear the music of the French DJ with the Swedish house fixation, it makes perfect sense as a moniker. For instance, Klingande’s international number one ‘Jubel’ is just seconds old when the high piano notes chime in, followed by a bubbling guitar […]

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Fragments in Harmony: Visual Artist Nello Petrucci

For Italian artist Nello Petrucci based in Pompeii, newspaper clippings, photographs and film posters are the starting point of a multi-layered world. His works bring collage and painting together in unique fashion. Building off of the strong compositions and graphics of what he calls “captured images,” Petrucci breaks those images down into their […]

Interview with Paul Hletko of FewSpirits.com
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Refined Taste with Craft Distiller Paul Hletko

There’s just something about a truly great whiskey. Paul Hletko, craft-distiller and founder of FEW Spirits started with a mission to create genuinely handcrafted, small-batch spirits that transcend the ordinary taste we’ve all grown accustomed to. Founded in 2008 in Evanston, IL,  the heart of the prohibition-era Temperance Movement, FEW […]