Brigitte Paulo isn’t one of those crystal ball-gazing fortune-tellers whose eyes roll back theatrically as spirits enter her body. If anything she’s too normal.
Photographer Lorena Velasco has braved the streets of Lisbon to bring us short, intimate profiles of people that make Lisbon unique. The triptych portraits she creates aim to shed light on the lives of the strangers among us, tell us what they're contributing to the city, and remind us that this magical place is made even…
You think you’re radical? Ricardo Marques and his team at Bio Boards have developed a skateboard to ride the tram tracks your wheels normally get stuck in.
Find out why a banker traded his suit and tie to become a wetsuit-wearing entrepreneur, and what goes on behind the scenes at Europe’s first live beach broadcasting company.
Tiago Lourenço’s hyper-real graphic design images show a depth of visual language we’ve rarely seen. We asked him how he does it, and what 3D imaging has to do with rock climbing.
Captain Boy, known to his friends as Pedro Ribeiro, has granted Lisbon permission to come aboard his imaginary ship to rock town. The captain set sail from his hometown of Guimarães to drop anchor at Musicbox on Saturday night to perform selections from his recent album, 1. Suffice it to say, Ribeiro's reason for making music could be summarized by lyrics in…
From inside a large, empty room at the back of Fábrica Braço de Prata, Ivo Dias explains the title of his first solo album, Se7e, as he scoots his chair in, excited. The album will debut there on March 4th, at 22h30.