New Update & Identity

You haven’t heard from us a while, and if you haven’t followed our Instagram you wouldn’t know much about what’s been going on. We haven’t shut down, we are just working hard on making our dream of publishing the first Contrarian Magazine a reality. We were optimistic and thought that we easily could run the […]

Aspiring furniture designer

Amanda Lilholt Hurup is an 27 years designer living in Copenhagen, Vesterbro. She just graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts as a furniture designer. She grew up on a small island called Samsø with her brothers and parents. Today she is running her own company called “Amanda Lilholt Furniture” where she are making and selling her […]

The Story of Icelandic Explorer

Gunnar Freyr is a photographer and social media influencer, living in Reykjavik, Iceland. He grew up in Denmark and for most of his life lived in Aarhus and Copenhagen. In 2014 he decided to turn his life upside down, by quitting his corporate job, selling all his belongings and moving to Iceland – seeking his […]

Furniture designed for people

Isabel Ahm is a Danish furniture designer with an enthusiasm for everyday life and a focus on human needs. Being a child of the Danish design tradition, she strives to create functional and poetic furniture and products with a twist. She is educated as a furniture architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Art, School […]

Take time

Slow Works consist of designer, Benthe Boesen, and graphic designer, Troels Schwarz. Benthe is from the Design School of Kolding. She believes that less says more and through insight and intuition creates designs for likeminded, who consciously live a simple and balanced life. Troels is from the “Den Grafiske Højskole”. He strives to challenge common […]

Perfecting the light

Arash Nourinejad finished his masters from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, “KADK” in 2007. His final project was a combination of buildings and city planning. Even though he majored in architecture, his main passion is product design. However, when he was admitted to the architecture school, he felt that architecture seemed like a bigger challenge. He believed […]

Buy less, buy better

We would like to introduce you to Jenna and Brad of the Formerly Yes shop in Los Angeles. Jenna is from Chicago and Brad from a small town on the central coast of California called San Luis Obispo. They’ve been married four years (today actually!) and they’ve got a little pup named Ernest. Brad’s background […]

Plants in focus

Liv and Louise began a journey together to create a Danish journal about plants in the home and urban plant life. They publish a quarter-annual magazine with a focus that fit the giving season. We look very much forward to follow their journey. They are passionate and we find them very inspiring – so we decided to […]

Beautiful Copenhagen

My name is Viktor Sylvester Rasmussen, also known as @viktorsylvester on Instagram, and I’m going to give a quick guide to some of my favourite places in Copenhagen and some green-areas not far away from Copenhagen. The first place I chose is a bit of a touristy spot, but there’s a very good reason for […]

Storm Copenhagen

We’ve visited a front runner fashion store. A front runner within high-end street style and it’s the go to place for it. The store is named Storm and is placed smack downtown Copenhagen. Once you enter you won’t be in doubt that it’s the place; the style they have is coherent for the whole store. We were […]

Lasse about media & fashion

Lasse Ribergård Rasmussen is a 27-year old guy living with his girlfriend, Sidsel, in Aarhus, Denmark. They have had a lifestyle blog, sidseloglasse.com, since 2009 where they write about fashion, food, interior, music, travel and their personal lives. Lasse is currently working as PR & Marketing Coordinator at Danish fashion brand Minimum and he has a […]

Spontaneous and creative Kaja Skytte

We meet Kaja at Vesterbro, Copenhagen. The neighbourhood is influenced by the creative souls. Street after street we find small workshops and galleries and not far away from there you’ll find the hip meatpacking district. As we enter the workshop we are met by the delightful scent of plants, as if we were situated in […]