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MY 14 YEAR OLD SISTER SAGA

A few days ago my baby sister forced me out at dusk to snap some photos of her. She figured it was about time we documented her awesomeness being a teen. I’ve never enjoyed snapping photos as much as then.

Here is the result with a few words from Saga on what it’s like being fourteen.

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How would you describe yourself, Saga?

I’m a sporty girl who’s also very social. I like hanging out with my girlfriend because they always laugh at my jokes (laughs). Haha no but you can’t write that. Write that I love dancing and listening to music, and partying hard! Haha no I’m kidding, I sound like such a chav.

But I do love dancing and performing in front of people. The music becomes one with my body and I feel like I’m good at it. It just makes me happy.

 

What’s the best thing about being 14?

Hmm, maybe that you’re able to do mischievous things and still get a happy feeling in your body. Everything is alright because you’re still little. I don’t know why I like it but maybe because mum and dad doesn’t know what I’m up to for once. It’s like being in a film or a song for a while. Like Memories with David Guetta! (sings along)

 

What kind of mischief are you up to then?

Nothing you can write on the blog! I know mum reads it.

 

And what’s the worst about being 14?

That there is nothing to do at night and all guys are so boring. They never want to get up to anything and there are no parties! My girlfriends are always up for doing something though. It’s fun because we have the same sense of humor and always come up with things to do. Most of the time we listen to new music in somebody’s room or hang out at the sports stadium after it’s closed.

 

Who do you want to be when you grow up?

I really want to become a professional dancer in Australia because it seems really cool. Or in the States because everyone famous is from there. It just has to be warm weather becuase I’m going to live under the palm trees and drive my black and white vespa.

 

Isn’t she the goddamn best?

 

Linn

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WEDNESDAY 8TH OF OCTOBER 2014

Linnwibme by Lovisa Ranta, London, July 2014   I’m buried in work and it is so much fun I might turn into a workaholic who sits at home learning software rather than dance drunk in a basement. Not really, that will never happen, but I’ll be well busy this week. – The reason being that I’m working on an interactive installation for a massive Hyper Island exhibition! It’s called Fluorescent Space Vibrations and will be at Grev Turegatan on the 14th of October. I’m programming, vjing and building a singing Avatar Forest (check this video for sneak peak) and it’ll be so freaky. Here’s the event, so please come say hi and see the awesome stuff we create. – Meanwhile you can read about when I had a chat with Urban Cone about their new single Sadness Disease. Also I might go and get drunk at their release party tonight, and you should too.   Linn

JUSTIN TROPICAL

Justin 4evah-01-01Justin T There are so many skilled people at Hyper Island and we’ve decided to teach each other. Today Erik gave us all a lecture on pattern making in illustrator combined with photoshop and it was awesome! I made this tropical Justin Timberlake print and I’m kind of considering dropping out of school to become a pattern maker now as this turned absolutely brilliant. Right? I would also love to have this as my wallpaper.   Linn

MEN OF THE MATCH

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”Courageous, proud, tough, united. All words associated with professional footballers. All words that come to mind when thinking about the bravery involved in making the decision to come out. The 92 players who appear in this book are showing their solidarity to the LGBT community, in the hope that their support can help everyone be open about their sexuality. With one professional footballer from each of the top four leagues, we hope to prove that football is an inclusive and open minded game.”

A coffee table book made for a pitch for the PFA to fight homophobia within football. I spent the day working with brilliant photographer Francesca Jane Allen and I love the turn out.

We decided that poster campaigns isn’t working and that we have to properly get the players involved. It’d be Beckham, Rooney and all the others, undressed and revealed, speaking up against homophobia. And with names that big together in one book, the press would be all over it and set the bar for future footballers.

 

 

Linn

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