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Image via google. He was born blind and he didn’t know the world in colours or had any idea of visuals. However, he loved reading and had learnt how to read braille very well. He had heard about the legendary Helen Keller, but he wanted to be better than she was. With a voracious appetite […]

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A collaboration with my then art director partner, Nelson Lai, we submitted a pop-up book mockup shaped like a tree trunk, peppered with facts of the man-made destruction to the environment.

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Image via here He loved his long, sometimes weary 12 hour shifts at the supermarket, greeting familiar faces with the usual load of groceries or meeting new ones and getting to know them from their weekly buys. Although he has only worked there for a year, he made many new friends, young and old. He […]

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Bob was a distant relative of the bobby hairpins, but his mother called him Bob for his prominent bulbous blue head that distinguished him from the regular pin crowd. He was taken out of a sewing kit one day and carelessly placed on the cork notice board to join the other regular stationary pins to […]

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I belong to generations of the pride of our land. As Uzbekistan became the world’s fifth largest exporter of cotton; making up at least two thirds of the country’s output, the lands started to get thirstier as the irrigation schemes from the Aral Sea started to break down. The air is dry and reeks of […]

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A group of young artists arrives in Venice from all over the world to dream and create wonderful stories about the water-bourne city. This is the result of their work: 10 short stories and 6 short films. *********** Illustration by my friend Andy Rementer Tucked discreetly between the old Calles of San Polo where merchants […]

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Illustration by Andy Rementer Like every child, he had a vast collection of rudimentary colouring books, but he preferred drawing lines and weird shapes to colour. He loved the freedom of creating his own spaces without boundaries, rather than having fixed shades to colour and shade. He loved drawing lines because it never ended. It […]

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FAB Magazine authors don’t like telephones. To meet the needs of its friends, the editorial staff set out a real answering machine that allows people who calls in to listen to different stories from all FAB’s issues, as well as long silences or the train timetable. Call now! 0422 516344 (Italian) 0422 516304 (English) Contributors: […]

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Nip it Fashion is about self-expression. Three young women from different parts of the world explore the serious issue of breast cancer with provocative nipple badges as accessories to raise awareness for the cause. Women often lose a breast when they seek treatment to remove the tumour, regardless of their race, size or age. Wearing […]

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Collaboration with my photographer friend Namiko Kitaura Intimacy Emotions can get intense within small insular communities. With daily interactions, you experience subtle looks and little gestures pregnant with connotations that you spend too much time trying to decipher. You discover feelings you never imagined existed within yourself, a wealth of hidden emotions and romantic fantasies. […]

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