Italian documentary photographer Elisabetta Zavoli inspires acceptance with her “Cameo” photo series, which features members of a transgender community in Jakarta. Elisabetta talks to Globetrotter for our latest edition of “Through the Photographer’s Lens” series.
Globetrotter met pioneering rap duo, Show Dem Camp, at their home in Lagos, where they talk making music about living in the present-time Nigeria.
One of Globetrotter’s favorites, Ji Won Choi stays true to her design philosophy for her second collection with adidas Originals.
Globetrotter speaks to rising Israeli electronic duo Red Axes about their culture-bridging “Trips” project and their Vietnam-inspired EP.
In honor of Elizabeth Acevedo’s historic win as the first writer of color to receive the Carnegie Medal.
We reached out to Philip Ponk prior to his live painting performance at Globetrotter’s rooftop session, Elevation #3.
Nigerian artist, illustrator and graphic designer Lemi Ghariokwu talks to Globetrotter about his destined meeting with Fela Kuti, being a proud African and many more in an exclusive interview.
Globetrotter visits the workshop of menswear brand Bluesville, where we get a firsthand look at the creation process of its indigo magic.
The oldest community theater group in the city is continuing its charitable streak with an upcoming play, Longing for Love. Globetrotter talks to co-producer Galuh Alifani.
Brilliant director Reema Sengupta from India discusses traumas and the importance of stepping up during her visit to Globetrotter’s inaugural Asia Africa Film Festival.
Part of the sustainably driven Potato Head Family, Sustainism Lab is in line with Bali’s efforts in reducing waste.
In conjunction with Women’s History Month, Globetrotter looks at 10 female creatives we’ve met or even admired from afar.