Illustrator AJ Dungo creates otherworldly illustrations and art work that taps into common and more human problems people encounter in their day to day.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
This amazing, high tech camera released by Google captures paintings and fine art with immense detail revolutionising the fine art archive and studies.
Adobe photoshop impresses again, along with a very skilled retoucher, by fooling the internet into believing these topiary cats are the product of a gifted landscape designer and not manipulated images. Would you believe these were real topiary sculptures?
Romanian Dragos Ionesco creates cinematic portraits inspired by cinematography and driven by his passion for film. Drawing from classic greats and recent artists Ionesco’s portrait narratives are emotive and intriguing.
Tamina-Florentine Zuch, 25, has been announced as the winner of the first-ever ZEISS Photography Award, run in conjunction with the World Photography Organisation, with her photo series documenting a train journey through India.
Our friends at British Journal of Photography have announced that they’ll be raising investment via crowdfunding to help them realise their ambitious plans and better serve one of the world’s photographic communities. Starting at just £10, you can own a part of BJP.
Three years of hard work will be paid off with an exhibition at our gallery space in Shoreditch. We’re proud once again to be the host of the soon to be graduating students of Southampton Solent University Ba (Hons) Photography.
Matthew Houston, an illustrator and comic creator working in Arizona uses improvisation to create intriguing comic inspired art work drawing inspiration from various artists and remaining ambitious is part of Houston’s creative process.
We recently spoke with Creative Director of Photobook Bristol Alejandro Acin, the man behind the team of experts in publishing. Acin told us more on the weekend festivals humble beginnings to how they’ve managed to be a key date in any photographers calendar.
Something light to make you smile this afternoon! We came across these photoshopped iconic movie scenes, replacing guns with selfie sticks! As you can see the results are hysterical, changing the way we relate to those movies.