Photographer Jacobi Hoff comments on mental health to phenomenal effect by using multiple exposures. This series of photos are a beautiful and eerie journey through our urban landscape and an insight into the collective perspective of our generation.
Faction is Dublin’s freshest barbershop, cultivating the whole barbering experience in the basement under All City Records. The shop has its own identity, a concept space filled with plants where the lads do the finest haircuts in the city. We interviewed co-owners Aaron and Rob to get the suss on this growing community.
We chat to up and coming fashion designer Aoife McNamara about her journey so far. She breaks down her experiences at Marc Jacobs, from her humble beginnings in Limerick to her time in Paris, and the daily struggles of being a fashion student.
Artists, musicians, videographers and more are assembled in this ambitious video showcase, curated by Brownsauce. ‘Somewhere In Ireland’ is an expansive collaboration, confidently confirming the depth of talent in Limericks creative scene.
LSAD graduate Emmett Walsh, going by the name of Diabhal (Gaeilge for Devil), explains what drives his creativity, where he finds inspiration in ancient Celtic Ireland, and the contrast between folklore and pop culture in his work.
Despite the cold and rain, Dublin winters are all bad. There truly is beauty in the city at this time of year. With his photos of huddled silhouettes and soaked streets, Rabie Al captures the essence of this atmosphere.