What is a Friki Fish?
It's you and me! Unique, vibrant creative souls....
Noun /ˈfɾiki/ (plural frikis)
Borrowed from English freaky.
Spanish word that defines: freak, weirdo, geek, nerd, guru, otaku, mangaka, comic liker, book reader, videogame player, film lover and any other person whose likings are not cars, chicks and soccer. You may only like movies, but as a "friki" you like all the other stuff, look weird or act clumsy.
- Taken from "The Urban Dictionary"
FrikiFish is an online magazine exploring art, creative culture and emerging talent in Barcelona (and beyond).
We invite readers inside an international creative scene that continues to bloom and diversify. Barcelona is a melting pot of cultures and creative ideas. We want to facilitate the discovery and engagement among an international audience, while at the same time supporting local talent and community.
You can find articles on contemporary art, emerging artists, modern makers and crafters, events and exhibitions, reviews and creative news. We love all kinds of creative expression: design, photography, ceramics, painting, sculpture, installation art, performance, architecture, drawing, street art, etc.
Please get in touch if you're interested in contributing a guest post.
Read more about how and why FrikiFish came to be >
Frikifish is a proponent of equality—we'd like to see more minorities and women in the arts.
We support local Artists & Makers
We believe there are too many shops selling mass-produced souvenirs in a city full of working artists. We want to connect the talented independent artists with art enthusiasts who value craft, quality and originality.
>>> Discover local artists and makers in our Artist Directory.
>>> For creatives looking to promote a project please visit our page for Barcelona Artists.
We appreciate your support!
Thank you for reading and sharing our stories, for donating to our cause when possible, and for being a loyal part of the FrikiFish community. We hope that you'll always find something interesting and inspiring within our magazine. We welcome your thoughts via email, as well as on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.