about 2faced1.com

"2FACED1 is a visionary digital network,  a loose collective with members in Europe, Africa and North America, bound together by what we call ‘stereotypophobia’."



“It is all about critical questioning of what identity really is. Would you be the same person in another context? Does society have certain expectations on you based on traditional parameters like class, gender, color, sexual orientation, religious beliefs and so on? And how much do these expectations affect your so-called self? Every forward thinking person are aware of those things, its a gift which  also make you relate to other peoples struggles.”

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2FACED1 is a state of mind, 2FACED1.com is a display-window for this mindset and the network of 2FACED1 includes all of you progressive non-stereotypes with a double perspective on identity .



Decida -  Founder, Creative Director, Director (Stockholm)
Oscar Stenberg - Web, Photography (Stockholm) 
Linn Marcusson - Writer, Style Assistant (Gypsie's Mega Trip) (Stockholm) 
Spoek Mathambo - (the Zombo Blog) (Johannesburg)
Mira Bajagic - Event / Production (London)
Pernilla Philip -  Design (Amsterdam)


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Hold On To Your Friends

Post date Sat 18 Jan 2014 10:02 PM

Photo: Hilton Als by Philip Lorca diCorcia

Hilton Als, the author of "The Women" and chronicler @ New Yorker (and former VIBE Editor!), oh this remarkable man, you just don't want him to stop talking. On race and feminism in the 70's, why the book "White Girls" is a title of a book containing so much more than white girls. This talk touches subjects like, gay scene in the 70's and 80's, how black women as the head of the household not necessary was dependent on a patriarch and therefor had problems of identifying with white 70's feminism, on on why Jane Fonda is a black feminist, on Michael Jackson and most important of all; on friendship and wanting to show somebody something and what sharing means. This is balm for your soul and goes out to all 2FACED1 friends!


L.A: Times :

"Hilton Als' "White Girls" is as much about white girls as the author's previous effort "The Women" was about femininity — which is to say quite a lot and not at all. Like its predecessor, "White Girls" is an inquiry into otherness, and by extension, commonality, what keeps us apart and also what brings us close."


Decida is 2FACED1's Creative Director and big boss and blogs over at the Decida Style