As she demonstrates with every song on her new album, Hunter, the British pop artist, 38, is rightly known for her powerful guitar sound, striking voice and haunting lyrics. She is currently on tour and will be performing in Germany in November and January. She let Lufthansa Magazin take a peek inside her case at Tegel Airport in Berlin.
On his latest album, Dark Days + Canapés, poet, singer and rapper Obaro Ejimiwe, alias Ghostpoet, sings about modern dating, loneliness and other gloomy topics, underpinning his melancholy tones with minimalist beats. The 35-year-old British artist let Lufthansa Magazin take a peek inside his bag at Hamburg Airport
The German singer with the Transylvanian roots has been producing one hit song after another for more than 40 years. No one has released more No. 1 albums in Germany than Peter Maffay, 68. This February and March, he is touring the country with his new album MTV Unplugged. He let Lufthansa Magazin take a peek inside his case(s) at Leipzig Airport
Bruce Gilden is a New Yorker through and through – and rose to fame as a photographer of people on the streets of the U.S. metropolis. For his FACE series, he created disconcerting portraits of people for whom life is a daily struggle. A conversation about the beauty of normality, violence on the street and real problems with his father
The punk of the literature scene’s The Road to Wellville and The Tortilla Curtain are on the syllabus in many U.S. schools. His latest book, The Terranauts, is about eight scientists trapped in an ecosphere. Lufthansa Magazin took a look at the 68-year-old’s luggage at Zurich Airport
Heston Blumenthal is regarded as the pioneer of molecular cuisine. His five restaurants boast a total of six Michelin stars. The British chef doesn't see himself as an artist in the kitchen, even his manager puts it dryly but definitively: “Heston doesn't cook.” No, Blumenthal is busy doing other things of a perhaps more elevated nature
Illustrator Christoph Niemann is a man with a charming breed of very clever humor. He sketches for newspapers and magazines in Europe and the United States, he develops delightful apps for children and adults – and never takes himself too seriously. High time to pay a visit to his studio in Berlin
The streets are his gallery: French artist JR covers walls and streets with huge photographs, bringing to prominence the faces of people who would otherwise remain invisible. The man in the hat has one overall goal: He wants to change the world. Our reporter met up with him in New York City