The Shirt Photographed by Koto Bolofo for Margaret Howell

The Shirt Photographed by Koto Bolofo for Margaret Howell

Routing around this morning I came across a series that I viewed earlier in the month taken by photographer Koto Bolofo for Margaret Howell. At the time I really enjoyed the selection but I didn’t really get a chance to see the full series as such, so when I floated across to the Japanese version of the Margaret Howell website and viewed these in full screen I …

Set of Imagery from Felix Odell

Set of Imagery from Felix Odell

Felix Odell is a photographer who’s talents we’ve celebrated before in the past, so last weekend as I was looking for a little inspiration I took a revisit to his webpage to see what he had been up to. As always Felix didn’t disappoint and I’ve brought across a series of imagery he put together for Monocle not too long ago. The selection we have here highlights a beautiful home which sits within an isolated archipelago in …

A Look Inside Swedish Photographer Jonas Ingerstedt’s Home

A Look Inside Swedish Photographer Jonas Ingerstedt’s Home

Today I would like to focus your attention on this interior photography that I picked up from Jonas Ingerstedt’s portfolio, a well known Swedish photographer. Jonas seems to have a habit for moving house and the magazines have taken head of this, snapping away and featuring him on a regular basis whenever he moves, this re-location warranted Elle Interiör, a Swe …

Portrait photography by Jennilee Marigomen

Portrait photography by Jennilee Marigomen

I’m sure not everyone will be able to remember this reference point but I really enjoyed the imagery Jennilee Marigomen shot for the Neighbour store for autumn/winter last year. In a moment of pondering I thought I’d revisit the webpage of the photographer and see what else she had been up too, which eventually lead to me sharing this collection with you all now. This set is obviously less about the clothing and more …

Set of Imagery by YoungDoo Moon

Set of Imagery by YoungDoo Moon

The stunning film photography by Nick Hand and Andrew Paynter in our latest feature with Hiut Denim got me a little hungry for some more, so I tracked down a set of beautifully captured medium format shots by Korean creative YoungDoo Moon earlier today. This particular set was taken after reading the book of author Robyn Griggs Lawrence and drawing inspiration from the words found in “the wabi-sabi …

Food Stills by Jason Lowe

Food Stills by Jason Lowe

Award-winning food and travel photographer Jason Lowe is a genius in my eyes, his works are always something special and really captivate my attention. There’s not one photograph that I’ve seen of his that disappoints, today I thought I would present a little series of food stills which are all in black and white. Jason has won many awards for his food photography over the years and has worked with some of the fine …

Set of Imagery from Jake Stangel

Set of Imagery from Jake Stangel

American photographer Jake Stangel re-enters into the archive today with a set of photography packed full of rich landscape, soft sunlight and enough trees to start a wildfire. Based in San Francisco, which seems to be one of the worlds hotbeds for photographic talent, Jake has shot work for lots admirable clients such as Wieden + Kennedy, Dwell and that little company that everyone loves, Apple. Crawling across his website, which by …

Further Imagery from Laura Dart

Further Imagery from Laura Dart

If I’m being completely honest with everyone last time I raided photographer Laura Dart’s collection of work I was instantly planning the next time we would return to the talented creative. I have however, in the face of diversity, kept a steady flow of other individuals complimenting the format but today I couldn’t resist bringing these across for all of us to enjoy. Amalgamating a handful of sets, I’ve pieced togeth …

Interview with New York Based Photographer Brian W. Ferry

Interview with New York Based Photographer Brian W. Ferry

Why it’s taken us so long to include Brian W Ferry into our interview lineup is a little beyond us, he is now however so if you haven’t yet read our recent conversation it’s quite an honest account from the New York based photographer. On a personal note it was really interesting to receive Brian’s responses back as we learned a little more about the man behind the …

Nono by Ana Armendariz

Nono by Ana Armendariz

One thing I love about photography is the power that it has to tell a story. I find myself constantly inspired by series that not only offer up good singular photos which can stand alone and have significant importance, but also importantly offer meaning as a set. Personally I think this can set apart one photographer from another, take Ana Armendariz for example from Buenos Aires who has created this fantastic series titled “Nono” …