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Hygge, But Louder

Siobhan Leddy meets Culture Works to see what drives the youthful agency who devise and deliver events around the world that bring creative people together

Original illustration of Stefan Sagmeister by Tomas Dogg for Intern Magazine - Beg, Borrow and Steal ©

Beg, Borrow and Steal

Stefan Sagmeister shares his characteristically cavalier tips for starting out a career in the creative industries with Rosie Flanagan

Photograph by Sophie Lee for Intern Magazine, 2017 ©

Paddle Against the Flow

We meet the creative team at sustainable outdoors brand Millican to find out how their lifestyle, work ethic and company values challenge convention

Photograph by Lauren Macabee for Intern

A Dirty Word

Aries Moross always pays interns and has little time for those who don't. Alex Hacillo and Lauren Maccabee visited Studio Moross to discuss their stance

Rising Tide

Gripped by four years of financial crisis, Portugal became a challenging environment for young people looking to start their careers, but in Porto, a new creative community is turning adversity into opportunity

The Extra Spice

With a two year waiting list for internships, Billie Josephson and Per Björklund investigate why SNASK is the dream destination for many young creatives

Photograph by Lauren Maccabee

Everyone is Creative

Having developed a workflow that makes everyone central to the creative process, The Pop Up Agency travel around the world to share their philosophy

Illustration by Aurélie Garnier

Run the World (Women)

Gabe Rosenberg tells the story of two remarkable young women studying in Chicago who prove that not all internships are created equal

Home Away from Home

When creativity is a means of discovering and articulating your sense of identity, it takes on otherwise undiscovered power and significance

Cool Bus

The story of five friends who, rather than work unpaid internships, converted a school bus into a mobile graphic design studio and launched their careers.

Girl, Uninterrupted

Kadish Morris launched G-IRL in order to celebrate and represent women in the creative industries, challenge stereotypes and inspire the next generation