notes from the fisherman's journal

Glissments progressifs du plaisir 
(Alain Robbe-Grillet)
Nigerian-based poet Zara Medugu shares with us words to celebrate the beauty of nature and life through her poem "Notes from the Fisherman's Journal". 

artistic visions with john william of pigeons and peacocks

BLOOME journalist Olga Korovina had the chance to talk to fashion-maker John William, who throughout the years  has contributed and collaborated with Dazed and Confused, VICE, i-D, Nylon, Paper, and Bullet magazine. He began his career in fashion, and has had his work exhibited globally including a 2011 show curated by photographer Rankin and a 2014 collaboration with the Museum of London. John's experience in the industry spans marketing, consultancy, trend forecasting and creative direction, and he teaches across a number of BA courses at LCF. He currently works as a stylist and artist and his work often includes props and custom pieces of his own design. 

stranger things inspired playlist

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Senior Journalist Jessica Nauta constructs a playlist of twelve songs inspired by the 80s throwback Netflix series Stranger Things. 

envisioning tropical summertime perils

Teen photographer Edwin Joscan returns with his latest visual piece "Deadly Waters" where he envisions the summertime perils that come with the natural wonders of Puerto Rico landscapes through photography.

a shout into the void from the hearts of american youth

BLOOME senior journalist Maia Medel fabricates a visual diary of stunning portraits and words of truth that capture the spirit of North American youth.

a love letter to rivers cuomo's diary of an album: pinkerton

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The first entry for "BLOOMEcore's" album article lineup, where music editor and writer Ruven Samaraweera selects music he feels embodies the ideals expressed through BLOOME magazine in its writings. Similar lineups will be conducted for other various mediums of art.