• 7 Moments of Rays Street

    17 August 2017

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    Behind the graffiti tag stands Ricardo - a talented young person who first went to art school to learn how to make toys for children, then moved on to NATFA to study animation.
  • 7 Moments of Antonina Georgieva

    10 August 2017

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    She loves olives, can't live without music and has dyed her hair the colour of the sea - again because of love. Her next passion is pretty obvious: as a kid Nina preferred to draw at home instead of playing outside. Nowadays that's actually her job.
  • 8 Moments of Diana Stoyanova

    3 August 2017

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    She started sharing her art online less than a year ago, despite drawing since she was a kid. She's studying Graphic design but her heart really is in Illustration - something she does for a living now.
  • 7 Moments of Dessy Baeva

    27 July 2017

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    Once she ate only pancakes for a whole year. Her obsession nowadays are essential oils - because "any problem can be solved with them".
  • 9 Moments of Kostadin Kokalanov

    20 July 2017

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    "I was born in Cuba and I grew up in Nadezhda" - that's the short-but-catchy way he speaks. He's even better with words, though, when he writes them down freehanded. If you've been paying attention, you already know we've met him before: once with the typography/illustration project KKIIVV, and once with Trash Lovers - and ex collective that used to draw on people's garbage, turning it into valuable pieces of modern art.
  • 7 Moments of Mila Yaneva

    13 July 2017

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    We first encountered her name next to those of Andrea Popyordanova and Viktoria Staykova in the art collective Chark. Then TI-RE came along - a platform for independent artists'editions, run by the same people (+ Veliana Ivanova).
  • 7 Moments of Elena Nazarova

    6 July 2017

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    Devendra Banhart, Y La Bamba and of Montreal are the ones who play in her earphones all the time while Elena dreams of a house in the woods.
  • 8 Moments of Kaloyan Bogdanov

    29 June 2017

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    Many of his first-times happened in Veliko Tarnovo: he was born there, that's where he studied sculpture and where he had his first exhibition.
  • 7 Moments of Borisval Gruncharov

    22 June 2017

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    Or Boby Gruncha, if we look at the signature on his work, but the story behind the pseudonym is "I just liked it". Although he has a degree in Animation from New Bulgarian University, his paintings only moved once in a short film and in 2014 he went to Istanbul, where "I gave up everything and decided to paint."
  • 7 Moments of Lilyana Karadjova

    15 June 2017

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    She's studied Philosophy, Photography and Art and nowadays she teaches at the National Academy of Art, writes for culture-oriented newspapers and magazines and is in the process of wrtiting three books at the same time. She never stops taking photos - mainly portraits - and in the last few years she's been quite into photographic experiments.
  • 8 Moments of Ilian Iliev

    8 June 2017

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    We've seen him turn garbage into pieces of art (as part of the Trash Lovers collective), mix his illustrations with Kostadin Kokalanov's typography (together they used to be KKIIVV) and cut heads on the Planet Pops labels. 9 years ago he became part of the Ogilvy designer team, so that today he can be its creative director.
  • 7 Moments of Joseph Chernashki

    1 June 2017

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    Two of his favourite things are long walks with a cup of coffee in hand and playing basketball. Probably that's why in his portfolio there's a whole series of posters of basketball courts where we can spot the distinctive style he's still polishing out with small projects every day.
  • 7 Moments of Jacklina Jekova

    24 May 2017

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    Translated from Greek, calligraphy means beautiful handwriting but in reality it's much more than that. "An art and a way of self expression", calls it Jacklina and that's why she never gets mad if her hand trembles and leaves an irreversible mark on the work she's doing.
  • 7 Moments of Jo Iyaa

    18 May 2017

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    Her actual name is Polina Stoyanova but years ago she was hooked on a fantasy book series that introduced her to the character Joiya. She liked the name so much she started using it as her own nickname.
  • The man in person: Rawi Hage

    18 May 2017

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    We met face to face with the man who captures the insecurities of men from behind.
  • 7 Moments of Daniela Yankova

    11 May 2017

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    As a graphic designer she's done projects for huge advertising agencies such as Ogilvy and New Moment. Here, however, we're shining a light on her other amploa: that of an illustrator who exercises her felt-tip pen skills in at least one drawing a day. And great ones at that, too. Below are the link where you can browse through her art.
  • 15 Moments of Sevda Semer

    4 May 2017

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    Compressing into one page the person who used to sit on the office desk next to you is a hard task, expecially when you know how multitalented and full of interesting stories they are.
  • 7 Moments of Eva Markova

    27 April 2017

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    Two years in an advertising agency were enough for Eva to figure out this business is definitely not for her. She quit with ease and had a wonderful summer, travelling around pristine beaches and mountain peaks, from which she was pulled by Four Plus studio.
  • 7 Moments of Elizaveta Angelova

    20 April 2017

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    "I feel like it was someohow my own choice to be born in a seaside city", she tell us. She's from Varna and the unusual name she has comes from her grandma's - a lady with Russian blood.
  • 8 Moments of Sofia Zasheva

    13 April 2017

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    "Pop surrealism was one of my first influences. Baroque was my second", says the About section on her website where she collects two very different portfolios.