DMY: Five days – and over 500 designers!

June 1, 2011 in Features by EB Team

It’s that time of year again: for the next five days, Berlin, or rather the former Tempelhof Airport, will become a hotbed of contemporary product design, when the international design festival DMY sets up camp in the city: in the airport’s hangar to be precise. On the huge exhibition area covering 11,000 m², it will – more

A WORD FROM THE WISE – Fuck Hugo

August 9, 2007 in Features by EB Team
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Fuck Hugo, (or as his parents know him, Hugo Capablanca), is from a small town in Spain and has recently relocated to the big bad Berlin city where he quickly started making waves in the club scene. He is now a resident DJ at criminally good Berlin club ‘Rio’ where he hosts his infamous ‘Cash – more

Wooden Icons by Diederick Kraaijeveld

September 11, 2009 in Features by EB Team

He is a hunter, hunting for wood. He gathers what he finds and turns it into modern icons, lined with the marks of time and full of indentations, settled colours and stirring precision. After working in investigative journalism, Dutch artist Diederick Kraaijeveld now concentrates full time on what he loves: working with old wood that – more

TOUGH AT THE TOP – Skinny Wolves

June 29, 2009 in Features by EB Team

With the musical tide shifting towards darker, more abstract forms of electronic music, it’s obvious that new labels need to satisfy this sudden demand for the bizarre. Enter Skinny Wolves. Like most of the best things in life, the label evolved more or less by accident, yet despite its unintentional beginnings – and a name – more