Out of the five senses a human can possess, there is nothing more visceral than the sense of touch. Being able to connect and feel is an important skill that controls much of what we choose and do. Something that French photographer Simon Escourbiac evidently understood with his latest series. Paying great attention to…
London Based photographer Sam Hofman has captured our attention with his brilliant still life photography.
The issue we have all been waiting for has finally arrived! After all the hype and anticipation we thought it may be a bit underwhelming, but my god were we wrong! Kate featured in Playboy’s 60th Anniversary Issue was photographed by none other then the dynamic duo Mert & Marcus. Kate, who is 39 btw,…
The latest issue of Hypebeast Magazine features the fashion of rising designer Craig Green, in a modern and graphic editorial synonymous to the brand’s aesthetic. Photographed by Sylvain Homo and styled by Laura Walters, models Jake Shortall and O’Shea Robertson don Green’s conceptual and wearable fashion in a striking and simplified environment. Known for…
Bart Cooke is, without a doubt, one of the true magicians of still life photography. Besides freezing the moment and capturing it in
David Gill “once turned down a request to photograph an elderly lady’s arm for an insurance claim, which had come via the yellow pages. He has regretted this ever since.”
As a conceptual artist working in the realms of fashion, advertising and beyond, Amsterdam-based photographer Sabrina Bongiovanni is a master of visual ideas.
ABC Carpet & Home presents their ‘Aura’ collection in a new campaign featuring photographer Jason Madara’s characteristic dramatic cinema style.
David Benjamin Sherry has a lot of fun with color in photography, sculpture, and other media.
The clean simplicity and minimalism of Krista Keltanen‘s photography blends style and elegance with the perfect amount of aged roughness.
Gemma Tickle has created new sets for Hunger Magazine’s editorial on Fall buys.
Graphic and edgy is the aesthetic of Danish photographer Hasse Nielsen, who creates fashion editorials and advertising images that are strong and sensual.
A little known fact: much of the fashion landscape of Africa, in particular West and Central Africa, has been influenced by Dutch fabric manufacturer Vlisco. Having been founded by
In addition to putting out one of the biggest records of the year and inspiring Hedi Slimane, the Robots known as Daft Punk made quite an impression on the editorial pages of several major magazines this year.
The Andrea Tognon approach to architecture is three fold: communication, branding, and spatial.
Karin Öström formulates a really fresh accessories editorial concept, seen here in her series Nordic Fauna.
Beauty blog Beautylish has four DIY beauty recipes that you’ll have to try at home today.
Photographer Ben Roberts‘ new series, ‘Amazon Unpacked’, is both visually stunning and culturally insightful.
To get your week started off right, some inspiration from the portfolio of Paris studio Akatre, who have produced this beautiful, moody imagery.
Austrian store Grundnler & Söhne has put together a really creative look book of their Fall buys.
Brooke Holm seems to know her way around a camera. The Melbourne based photographer shoots fashion, interiors, food, landscapes and all sorts of other odds and ends.
Lindsey Wixson stars as Russian princess Anastasia in the December 2013 edition of Vogue Japan.
Because everyone needs a little tarot and magic in their lives, Dazed & Confused has dedicated their entire November issue to the Dark Arts. Hope you read yours!
Photographer and film director Lacey pushes the boundaries of still life photography as she weaves color and texture into animated narratives.
Akatre is a Paris-based design studio run by Valentin Abad, Julien Dhivert and Sebastien Riveron.
New York City based photographer Adam Kremer is an artist with a style that embraces ordinary objects and the subjects that surround him.
The minimalistic still life photography trend has blown up in recent years, and we’re always on the lookout for artists who put a unique spin on still life.
Written by Guest Blogger Anjali Soneji Designer André Britz is one of three founders of Britzpetermann, a studio for design and code based in Bonn, Germany.
David Lidbetter is a London-based photographer specializing in still life. He recently sent us his “Feather” series, depicting in extreme detail beautiful textures of a currently trending object.
The still life work of London-based photographer/stylist Alexandra Leavey is as serene as it is compelling.