Sanna Hellberg

Sanna Hellberg

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'Even something out of nowhere has a story in itself' | Between Reality and Imagination: An Interview with Chatchanok Wongvachara and Suthipa Kamyam

Bangkok illustrators Chatchanok Wongvachara and Suthipa Kamyam challenge the rules of reality, exploring dreams and nature to give life to stories that would otherwise be lost – or silenced.

'When you love it, it doesn't feel half as hard.' | Passion over Perfection: An Interview with Poems for Jamiro

German indie pop singer/songwriter duo Poems for Jamiro’s approach to working in the music industry is simple: If you love it, then do it – if you doubt it, then don’t.

'I was such a serious person a few years ago. But when things don’t turn out the way I hope or expect they will, it really doesn’t bother me anymore.' | An interview with coach and laughter yoga teacher Fla Geyser.

'I was such a serious person a few years ago. But when things don’t turn out the way I hope or expect they will, it really doesn’t bother me anymore.

'Photography became my way of talking.' | An interview with Reylia Slaby

An interview with Japanese conceptual photographer Reylia Slaby

No matter how many beautiful places I have explored during the past two weeks, the people I have met have affected me the deepest. | 38: Gathering Moments

No matter how many beautiful places I have explored during the past two weeks, the people I have met have affected me the deepest.

'When you talk to the people in your group, you have to make things clear in your own head.' | Interview with Dan O'Donnell

When Dan O’Donnell found himself with some extra time, he created a personal development game, sold his flea market and moved to Chiang Mai.

I have always been strangely drawn to old places. They set my mind spinning. Plant story seeds in my brain. Conjure up images of a past I can only imagine. | 36: Forgotten Places

I have always been strangely drawn to old places. They set my mind spinning. Plant story seeds in my brain. Conjure up images of a past I can only imagine.

'I’m constantly living out of my comfort zone, but this is what pushes me to think more and create more' | Interview with Yana Shvets

All photographs by Yana Shvets, except portrait by Slava Liskovsky and video by Bruno Eiroz and Cadu Cassau. A couple of years ago, Yana Shvets left her job, home and stability in Ukraine.

Where is your curiosity calling you today? Follow it and see where it leads you next. | 34: Following Your Curiosity

A few days before I left Thailand for two weeks in Japan, I read a passage from Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert’s book on creativity, about the difference between passion and curiosity.

Leaping out of safety, soaring with the butterflies, leaving my fear on the ground. | 33: Improvisation

Leaping out of safety, soaring with the butterflies, leaving my fear on the ground.

Sometimes all it takes is standing still. | 32: Standing Still

After getting lost in work and worries and half-plans and daydreams, I am slowly regaining balance.

In 2015, I learnt to love mornings, whether spent photographing waking cities, making breakfast on a mountain farm or writing in my childhood home. | 31: A Year of Early Mornings

In I learnt to love mornings, whether spent photographing waking cities, making breakfast on a mountain farm or writing in my childhood home.

You will never have more time. But you can always choose what to make time for. | 30: Writing a Book

You will never have more time. But you can always choose what to make time for.

We need dreams and art and stories to push the nightmares away. | 29: Making a Difference

Momentarily frozen, thrown between nightmares and a darkening reality, where staying asleep is as difficult as staying awake and dreams lose their significance. Who needs dreams or art or stories w…

Stop putting every good habit on a list of obligations and reclaim the joy in what you do. | 28: Into the Forest

Stop putting every good habit on a list of obligations and reclaim the joy in what you do.