In this podcast, I sat down with Jessica Effah, a former pageant contestant who has no difficulties with letting her voice be heard. Throughout the past years, Jessica has used her experience and knowledge to talk about important subjects such as racism, corporate irresponsibility and feminism. “You just need to find your own way to […]Read more "“Every little action you take has a butterfly effect.”"
In this podcast we wanted to discuss how sustainability is integrated in a big apparel company like PVH, the parental company of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein. We interviewed Jemma, Technical Development Director and Emily, 3D Production Manager and got a closer look on their responsibilities and their view on the future […]Read more "Corporate Sustainability & 3D Design | CALVIN KLEIN"
“I think Coloured Goodies is needed everywhere.” This sentence describes the mission and vision of cultural entrepreneur Ellen Brudet. For the past 13 years, Ellen has focused on creating a store for the Afro-Dutch society in The Netherlands. Ellen Brudet After giving birth to her first son, Ellen discovered that there was an enormous shortage […]Read more "“If they could do it, who am I to say I can’t do it?”"
In our search for an Amsterdam based creative we came across Roger Cremers. A visual artist who has exhibited several times at home and abroad, but always prefers to stay in Amsterdam. “By using historical and scientifical data I make abstract art for the present and the future.” For more information about Roger: Instagram, His website, Gallery By […]Read more "“I am fascinated by the idea of how humanity made progress.” | A conversation with visual artist Roger Cremers"
In this podcast series we wanted to explore how craftsmanship and community work in our digital society and world. This time we are interviewing Lennard, the founder of Studio Pansa, a ceramics makerspace in Amserdam Oost. Studio Pansa, which was partially crowdfunded and opened in May 2018, does not only provide pottery courses but […]Read more "“Dirty hands clear mind” at Studio Pansa"
In this podcast Ina and Sidonie discuss with Amsterdam creative Conrad Hornung the changes that have been happening in the live music industry, specifically pertaining to the rise of streaming services, social media and government involvement. The venues mentioned in this podcast: Waterhole, Alto Jazz Bar, Bourbon Street, Duivel. Check out Conrad’s latest work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFCJl4JG7dE&feature=youtu.be […]Read more "The Future of Live Music"
How to reach the unreachable? By Sven Adamson & Dalla Coulibaly Millennials are an enigma for marketers but not for her. In this podcast, we sat at the table with the young creative filmmaker Dominique Gimberg. In her apartment in the center of Amsterdam, we discussed lgbtqi+ representation, the future, marketing, music videos, film funding […]Read more "“We want fast, flashy, in your face and over the top.” – Dominique Gimberg"
The 8th of March is International Women’s Day, or should we say the day when women’s rights are celebrated (and still fought for) all over the world. Sanne and Tatiana met up with Tessel ten Zweege, the 20-year-old co-founder of the feminist art collective PISSWIFE, based in Amsterdam. PISSWIFE just launched their second zine and […]Read more "A PISSWIFE CONVERSATION with Tessel Ten Zweege"
Today sustainability is a big subject especially within the fashion industry. We found an innovative slow fashion brand called JUNGL Amsterdam that turns old plastic bottles into clothing. The Hendriks sisters are the founders and in this podcast they will tell us more about their inspiration and share their view on this […]Read more "Turning plastic into fashion | JUNGL"
Today we are going to meet Sophie Jurrjens, a creative entrepreneur interested in combining sound and scenery. 17% of the Dutch millennials encounters a high level of stress.Her goal is to relieve the stress of the millennials by making an app where her composed music can be heard on a walking route. Sophie’s app “Off-Track” […]Read more "“Connecting nature, physical and mental health with music” – Sophie Jurrjens"
How can you make one of the most unsustainable fashion pieces in a sustainable way? Denim City tried to figure it out. We interviewed Jos, workshop manager at Denim City, in order to understand how Denim City works and how it improves the denim industry by making it more sustainable. Visit Denim City’s website: https://denimcity.org Have […]Read more "Denim x Sustainability by Denim City"
We interviewed Jeroen Disch, the Design Lead at Grrr, a Creative Digital Agency in Amsterdam. In this Podcast, he shares some insights from his work, his ideas for the future of Digital Design but also about the changing culture in agency’s and why he feels at home at Grrr. To get to know more about […]Read more "‘We want to design for everyone.’ – Jeroen Disch"
Born with a caring heart, Elif decided to use the power of communication exclusively for good causes: making sustainable brands bigger and bigger brands more sustainable. Listen to our inspiring talk with her and find out more about her personality, creativity and why she walked away from half of her clients to stick with her […]Read more "I was called a Hippie with a business plan – Elif Algu, Founder of „Branding a better world“"
Veganism, a lifestyle that more and more people are adapting nowadays. This can be seen in Amsterdam as well, many vegan restaurants are popping up, mostly in the Pijp. We visited two vegan restaurants, Mr. Stacks and Deer Mama to ask about their opinions on the future of food. Enjoy! Jamie Laan & Lindi […]Read more "The Future of Veganism"
‘If Michael Jackson did not have so much influence on my life, i would probably be a nerd?’Read more "Everybody is creative"
Roberto Da Costa, co-founder and star trainer of the high end luxury gym “ Saints and Stars” about life as a trainer, future projects and trends within sports world.Read more "Roberto the Saint of the Stars"
Berlin – London – Amsterdam. Not every city Kevin lived in felt completely like home to him. Outta Place is a collective of people who feel out of place in this society. They create content that sparks controversy and creates debates. The topics: sometimes funny, sometimes serious. But always: unpredictable. To use Kevin’s words: “Outta Place is a collective of […]Read more "“Home is where my heart is at ease” – Kevin Sailer, Outta Place"
Born in Amsterdam, Salim has always had a connection to this amazing city. He was fascinated with the nineties and in love with hiphop. So it’s safe to say that his latest endeavour has been a long time coming. Just a couple of days ago, Salim and his brother in arms, Kevin, opened the first […]Read more "From politics to Cereal and Chill – we got it."
From LP to Spotify, what happend? With Jae Fly we are investigating the business side of HipHop. As an artist, do you really need a record label to get popular? Post Malone showed us he could do it by using SoundCloud. What are the newest trends in the industry, what will happen in the future, […]Read more "Do we need Record Labels in the Future?"
We took a look in the life of Amsterdam based hiphop artist Jae Fly to find out the beginning of Hiphop and what change it has been going through the past years. With more than a million streams on his songs, Jae Fly, born in Lagos and now living in Amsterdam, explains us the change […]Read more "The Journey from Grandmaster Flash to Jae Fly – Hiphop"
So, when you go out, you always think about what dress to wear, what shoes that goes with that dress, and which kind of jewellery fits with the outfit. But the glasses, they stay the same. Ace & Tate wanted to change that. Glasses should not be so expensive that you only have one pair […]Read more "The coolest glasses in town"
In this episode we meet Carlos, who is a graffiti artist from Peru, that is living here in Amsterdam. We ask him about his works, and how get the inspiration for make this type of grafittis as we can see in on the pictures.Read more "Carlos, “the graffiti artist”"
In this episode, we meet Daniel, who works in AgaLab, a printmaking studio in Amsterdam. He is going to explain us more about AgaLab, why is so important in Amsterdam and how he starts on the tecniques of printmaking.Read more "Daniel, Printmaking and AgaLab"