Intoxicating new material is taking the Swedish songstress Lykke Li in a new direction. Her message? Change can sometimes be painful, but it’s an essential part of life if you’ve any hope of growing as a person.
The 1950s didn’t only give birth to celebrated pop stars, fashion icons, dashing mods and exciting new movie stars. It was also when MINI arrived on the scene.
Looking back at more than 20 years in the business, David Shrigley, one of Britain’s most renowned and loved artists, opens up for an honest dialogue about his work, its meaning and its place in the history of art.
In a world where trends and social norms spread at a rapid pace, the desire to stay true to one’s true self is perhaps stronger than ever. Which is why The Forumist is celebrating Dr. Martens, that instantly recognisable icon of originality, and the fearless faces of Sweden’s fashion future.
Meet the global nomads – the young people bringing their rich cultural influences and diversity to Sweden’s shores and changing the landscape for the better.
Beyond the mainstream, beneath the surface and maybe outside the norm, Yony Leyser is fascinated by being different, by embracing non-conformance. His movies deal with punk, self-discovery, hedonism, love and resistance – and the feeling of being against something.