How Making Breakfast Is Like Rolling a Boulder up a Hill for Artist Lee Materazzi

19 November 2014 No Comments

Battling with everyday life is an eternal beginning for artist Lee Materazzi, a routine of mundane tasks which for her are a bit like pushing a boulder up a hill – again and again … and again. Thankfully she also finds it funny, something which certainly takes the edge off things. [...]

FAWNS Short Film by Thanasis Tsimpinis; For Without LOVE we are Nothing...

14 October 2014 {1} Comment

We are totally in love with both the imagery and the script of the touching new film FAWNS by Greek filmmaker Thanasis Tsimpinis, which premiered a few days ago at the 20th Athens International Film Festival in Greece. [...]

The Naked Truth: Compelling Art Photography by Evelyn Bencicova

08 October 2014 No Comments

Young Berlin-based photographer Evelyn Bencicova creates eerie compositions with human bodies in empty, cold spaces for her Ecce Homo series, as a means to explore and comment upon human relationships and social behaviour. [...]

Dongwook Lee’s Real Barbie World

23 September 2014 No Comments

South Korean photographer Dongwook Lee presents a collection where a very real world is inhabited by Barbie dolls, where carefully executed scenes are like fleeting moments in which the onlooker acts as a voyeur and spectator. [...]

Mathieu Cesar Directs ‘Better Love’ Music Video for KCPK

18 September 2014 No Comments

Directed by French photographer Mathieu Cesar, this music video for the new EP ‘Better Love’ by electro band KCPK is a mesmerising black-and-white fashion fantasy that you should definitely watch! [...]

1950’s Hong Kong Inspires New Photography Series by Fan Ho 何藩

14 September 2014 {3} Comments

Celebrated Chinese photographer Fan Ho has recently developed a new body of work that layers negatives from his archive to create new compositions featuring images from 1950s Hong Kong. [...]

Discover The Less Photographed Side of Santorini

06 September 2014 {9} Comments

Photographer Petros Koublis documents the unknown side of the island of Santorini in this captivating photographic series commissioned by Vedema, a Luxury Collection Resort. [...]

The Love that Remains: Brazil through the Eyes of Photographer Olaf Heine

24 August 2014 {1} Comment

Shot over the course of four years in various locations across Brazil, Olaf Heine’s latest photography book is a melancholic yet loving tribute to the country and its people which also reveals a new aspect of the photographer’s work that moves away from the fashion and portrait photography he is so well known for. [...]