Kostas Kapsianis explores the Greek countryside, contemplating matters of rural identity and belonging, in the photo-documentary “A Common Story”
This work is based on the ends of rolls of film exposed to light before they can be exposed to the restrictions of subject or composition.
“I attempted to convey the feeling of stepping outside in the morning after a heavy snowstorm, when the sun has just retuned to warm the earth – that precious moment when all the drawings and sculptures of the winter are still visible before they disintegrate.”
Photographer duo Ilka & Franz, set designer Vicky Lees, and sculptor Zuza Mengham collaborated to interpret Laboratory Perfumes’ scents into a visual format.
“These homes, where life actually happens, are to me the most poetic portraits you can get from a person.”
Over the past week we’ve been lucky enough to have film photographer and environmentalist Elena Cremona take over our Instagram account to share some of the visual memories from her travels through India.
Radiant colours, contrasting textures and sharp abstractions coalesce in beautifully cropped close-ups, finding beauty in the smallest of details.
Photographers Michal Solarski and Tomasz Liboska revisit a small town in Poland to explore the transient experiences of adolescence and escapism.
The construction of femininity through fashion trends and beauty routines is an ongoing exploration throughout my work…This work intends to draw attention to these objects in a humorous and satirical way, allowing us to identify the absurd notion of the ideal female.
A few weeks ago, we caught up with boss-lady Verena Michelitsch, design director at Sid Lee NY. Here’s what she told us about design, creativity, and finding your “true must.” Punctuating her interview are images from her “Reflections” series, a photography/digital illustration project executed in collaboration with Tobias van Schneider. In a playful experiment with reflections and perspective, studio materials […]