Seasons by Tatsuyasu Watanabe

Seasons by Tatsuyasu Watanabe

Japanese photographer Tatsuyasu Watanabe appealed to me when I stumbled across his blog. He’s been working on a series titled ‘Season’ and has recently exhibited at a gallery in Japan.

New Feature with Photographer Hideaki Hamada

New Feature with Photographer Hideaki Hamada

It’s a great pleasure to bring you this new feature with Japanese photographer Hideaki Hamada. Hideaki is a creative that I’ve wanted to interview for a while, it’s only now that I’ve been able to get some of the translation issues smoothed out. Although Hideaki knows English, for the in-depth answers it became apparent that he would be better off answering in Japanese and having someone …

Essential Forms by Pedro de Passos

Essential Forms by Pedro de Passos

One thing I always find remarkable is that many of the individuals we pick-up on seem to have very similar influences. Even in unusual ways, whether it be their outlook on life, cultural references, or the importance of certain creatives throughout their journey. It’s almost as if all these dots connect in strange ways, all channeling towards a similar aesthetic. I’m sure designers pick up on this quite often, there’s so much content on the web …

Places for Life by Fulvio Osenigo & Alessandra Chemollo

Places for Life by Fulvio Osenigo & Alessandra Chemollo

When photography and architecture mix you often get fantastic results, usually it’s these functional forms conveyed in an artistic way that really speak volumes. This series of photographs that I picked out today by Fulvio Osenigo & Alessandra Chemollo really do capture the essence of movement in architectural spaces, and not just contemporary builds but also those with …

Ainu, Portrait of the Wind by Photographer Makiko Ui

Ainu, Portrait of the Wind by Photographer Makiko Ui

Many of these different influences bounce around in my head, trying to make sense of them all is full-time work in itself. Usually once I’ve cleansed my mind and let these thoughts settle down, let nature take it’s course, obvious patterns emerge and little details protrude which I can use on this path of self-discovery. As the quote says, “You can’t connect the dots looking forward you can only connect …

Simple Things by Isabelle Bertolini

Simple Things by Isabelle Bertolini

It seems to me that all creatives go through that photographic stage, where you’re documenting everything that happens through a lens. Often I put down the camera in times of overload or when I need space to think, but there’s always something that pulls me back towards the medium. You’ll often find me glued to my digital camera, as I take photographs for the shop regularly, but it’s really nice to dust off one of my many 35mm camera …