November 30, 2022 1 min read

In a Minimum Fashion series of exploring the young Norwegian art scene, we met with visual artist Julius Karoubi at his studio in the outskirts of Oslo. Inside an abandoned flight station, he resides with other visual artists, creating both small- and large-scale art of contemporary kind. From post-consumer packaging to untraditional mosaics and brand logos, he sees art where others don’t at first sight.
See the interview HERE.