Young people across the EU are moving from villages to the cities, as they always have. In search of work and a better life, they leave unique, ancient crafts and skills dying, with no one to pass them on to. Now, thanks to the Green Village Programme, these skills are being revived, gifted from generation to generation and enjoyed by young people from all over Europe
New research in neurobiology reveals that birthing and infant rearing practices we consider normal may precipitate mental health issues in later life, contributing to destructive and aggressive behaviour. By abandoning an element of collaboration, we may have left behind methods which once produced stronger people who respected each other and the planet
Stuart Walker’s design practice confronts the costs of consumer culture. Through objects that blur the boundaries between art and design, he invites us to reflect on critical contemporary questions about progress, technology, nature, spirituality and death, and offers a positive vision that is socially and culturally meaningful, locally relevant and environmentally responsible
Step onto a luxury holiday island where the streets are paved with marble. Wander through a breathtaking volcanic landscape steeped in the Greek myths. But is this the only face of Santorini? #SublimeHub team went on another kind of journey across the island to find out what it takes to keep the high-end image going and how the locals really live
At the heart of Latvian textile brand Vuuven is their story. Rooted in folklore, Vuuven’s linens are woven on old looms with patience and love, winning customers’ hearts with their stylish, modern aesthetic. To find out more about their unique products and craft process, we talked to Oskars and Kristine, the couple behind the company.