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Ubikwist Magazine

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Ubikwist is a biannual innovative and aspirational platform focusing on Art, Fashion, Film, Music, Design, Dance, illustration and other topics. Highlighting diversity is the core of its identity. Ubikwist represents the positive and playful elements of culture, but is not afraid to seek truth in the darkness. It is not just a fashion publication. It is for people with a desire to stay informed about all aspects of popular culture, including its origin stories and its pioneers. By combining new innovative talent with unique ideas, we push boundaries and exceed expectations of what a magazine can offer with audacity and creativity.
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Ubikwist Nº16 The Thrive issue Ubikwist Magazine  “Thrive” Inspires Readers to Celebrate Small Victories. Ubikwist Magazine is thrilled to announce its latest issue themed Thrive. The anticipated edition delves into the stories of activists, artists, and storytellers who have overcome adversity, rewriting the rules of success. The captivating issue showcases a diverse range of individuals who have thrived in the face of uncertainties, friction, and hardships.  It features exclusive interviews and powerful stories from Boxer and humanitarian Ramla Ali, actor, writer, and director Clint Dyer, multi-talented actress Kiersey Clemons, dance artistic director Felipe Escalante, and visionary fashion designer Rachel Scott. Photography enthusiasts are in for a treat, the breathtaking shots, taken in the vibrant cities of Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London & Tokyo are the works of Dennis Golonka, Dennis Leupold, Francisco Valera, Heath M. Grout, John Huba, Iñaki, Matt Healy, Philippe Kerlo among others. Mathieu Bitton presents a captivating series of photos from his visit to Ghana, capturing the beauty, culture, and stories of its people. Editor-in-Chief Giannie Couji describes the theme of "Thrive" as a celebration of resilience. In Couji’s words, "Thrive is about glorious milestones, and how we celebrate them in our own way. And with this issue, we use the stories of the artists to inspire, challenge, and motivate a spirit of resilience. To Thrive is to keep going - even when we are not 100 %.” The stories featured in "Thrive" remind readers that even in the face of challenges, every win should be cherished, no matter how big or small. Whether it's simply showing up, taking a step forward, or embracing personal growth, the issue encourages readers to celebrate small triumphs. Don't miss this opportunity to be inspired, empowered, and reminded of the importance of celebrating life and all its complexities. To acknowledge the small wins is to “Thrive”


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Ubikwist Magazine  “Thrive” Inspires Readers to Celebrate Small Victories.

Ubikwist Magazine is thrilled to announce its latest issue themed Thrive. The anticipated edition delves into the stories of activists, artists, and storytellers who have overcome adversity, rewriting the rules of success. The captivating issue showcases a diverse range of individuals who have thrived in the face of uncertainties, friction, and hardships. 
It features exclusive interviews and powerful stories from Boxer and humanitarian Ramla Ali, actor, writer, and director Clint Dyer, multi-talented actress Kiersey Clemons, dance artistic director Felipe Escalante, and visionary fashion designer Rachel Scott.
Photography enthusiasts are in for a treat, the breathtaking shots, taken in the vibrant cities of Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London & Tokyo are the works of Dennis Golonka, Dennis Leupold, Francisco Valera, Heath M. Grout, John Huba, Iñaki, Matt Healy, Philippe Kerlo among others. Mathieu Bitton presents a captivating series of photos from his visit to Ghana, capturing the beauty, culture, and stories of its people.
Editor-in-Chief Giannie Couji describes the theme of "Thrive" as a celebration of resilience. In Couji’s words, "Thrive is about glorious milestones, and how we celebrate them in our own way. And with this issue, we use the stories of the artists to inspire, challenge, and motivate a spirit of resilience. To Thrive is to keep going - even when we are not 100 %.”
The stories featured in "Thrive" remind readers that even in the face of challenges, every win should be cherished, no matter how big or small. Whether it's simply showing up, taking a step forward, or embracing personal growth, the issue encourages readers to celebrate small triumphs.
Don't miss this opportunity to be inspired, empowered, and reminded of the importance of celebrating life and all its complexities. To acknowledge the small wins is to “Thrive”
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Ubikwist is a biannual innovative and aspirational platform focusing on Art, Fashion, Film, Music, Design, Dance, illustration and other topics. Highlighting diversity is the core of its identity. Ubikwist represents the positive and playful elements of culture, but is not afraid to seek truth in the darkness. It is not just a fashion publication. It is for people with a desire to stay informed about all aspects of popular culture, including its origin stories and its pioneers. By combining new innovative talent with unique ideas, we push boundaries and exceed expectations of what a magazine can offer with audacity and creativity.

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Keep on keeping it on. Reviewed 02 July 2020

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Below is a selection of articles in Ubikwist Magazine Ubikwist Nº16 The Thrive issue.