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Loose Joints publishes a new monograph by British photographer Jack Davison, charting his image-making practice since 2007 and his subsequent meteoric journey to acclaim
Los Angeles-based painter Nick McPhail creates illustrative, layered paintings that feature landscapes and architectural elements, using a colour palette of cool pastel and bright neon tones in combination with Renaissance layering techniques.
The grand plazas, towering monuments, and majestic architecture of Russian cities are seen from a new perspective in warped photographs by Lestnica. The Vladimir-based production studio, which was founded by Artem Prudentov, creates still and moving images for clients. For this project, which Pruden
The paper artist’s dedication to her work – often spending weeks on a single project – has led to commissions by everyone from Google to the Guardian. She discusses why both creatives and their clients shouldn’t compromise on craft
The great thing about running your own online business is that you have total control over your life, time and finance. However, the hard part is obvious: you do every kind of work required to get things done, and you take 100% responsibility for all mistakes and losses. The list of tools and resources presented […]
Colour is creeping over our cities, thanks both to an explosion in street art but also designers and architects’ subsequent confidence in splashing rainbow-hued graphic treatments over their walls. But the line between street art, fine art and architecture is increasingly blurring as artists are invited to weave their own distinctive works into the fabric of buildings.
German photographer Bernhard Lang first became fascinated with aerial views while on travelling passenger planes. Now, taking photographs out of an open helicopter door is his main practice, offering a new perspective on the world below.