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Sabegn: the concept shop

What is the future of shopping? What will the boutique stores of the future look like? Perhaps intelligent robots will greet customers at the door and show people around. Or, people can try on clothes and jewellery through virtual reality or order items from home and have them delivered by drones. Such technologies are not far-fetched, in fact all of them exist in real life and it is a matter of time before they hit everyone’s doors.

“New thoughts, new works”

Addis Gezehagn is a studio artist that has been a long time presence in Addis Ababa’s art scene. This past year, he has exhibited ‘Floating Tower’ at Addis Fine Art, a series of works that explore socio-economic disparities in the city.

Postmen and stamps: a trip down memory lane

The post office area in Addis is home to various attractions. Located at an intersection that leads to Black Lion Hospital, ambassador area, and Churchill Avenue, the post office is a significant landmark of the city. The peaceful greenery of Ethio-Cuba Friendship Park is contrasted by the noise of the souvenir shops determined to attract locals and tourists alike.

Redefining art at Zoma

Concealed by a small, unassuming gate and positioned amidst colorful gardens bursting with vegetables and herbs lies a small kitchen dedicated to change the way children interact with food.

Becoming a celebrity for the night

The famed karaoke machine was invented by Japanese musician Daisuke Inoue in Kobe, Japan, in 1971. Karaoke is a form of interactive entertainment developed in Japan in which an amateur singer sings along with recorded music or a music video using a microphone. 

Banana Man: taking art to the next level

When it comes to bananas, it seems that it is no longer taboo to play with your food. Artists around the world have turned to the curved canvas to create their latest playful and inspiring masterpieces.