Further Imagery From Charlotte Bland

Further Imagery From Charlotte Bland

Charlotte Bland once again lifts the mood on this drizzly and disheartening day here in England with her photography which never fails to highlight the beauty in everyday life. I’m returning to her portfolio once again as I love the fact that her looks remind us all to see the brighter side of things, even on an ugly forecast of a day. Fellow enthusiastic photographer and close friend to Charlotte, Brian Ferry seems to have held quite …

In Our Nature by Takashi Homma

In Our Nature by Takashi Homma

A slightly different twist to our usual content today, it’s quite rare that we focus on books per se but I still think it’s a prevalent part in both of our lives. I’m a book worm and tend to collect a lot of design orientated books that not only feature content for my brain to absorb and learn from but also inspiration in other fields as well. This could be architecture, furniture making, photography, craft, I guess my life pretty much runs …

Ceramics by Laura Carlin

Ceramics by Laura Carlin

Ceramics is a craft that seems to have gradually worked its way into our content on a regular basis over the past few months, we are big fans of subtle design and I think pottery is an obvious platform for this. Keeping things local this morning, we are visiting the work of London based creative Laura Carlin who doubles as both an illustrator and budding ceramic artist. While I was browsing Pintrest this morning …

Set of Imagery from Bas Princen

Set of Imagery from Bas Princen

Since there’s been so much great film floating around recently we haven’t showcased too much photography, so when …

Photography by Jaime Beechum

Photography by Jaime Beechum

Some fantastic imagery taken by San Francisco based photographer Jaime Beechum. This isn’t the first that we’ve showcased work from an individual based in San Francisco. There seems to be a massive creative movement going on there at this moment in time, it’s quite impressive to see the vast amount of work turning up from photographers, illustrators, and designers a like. Jaime has quite a variety of photographs on his …

Set of Portraits by Aaron Feaver

Set of Portraits by Aaron Feaver

Aaron Feaver is a photographer we’ve come across previously and have enjoyed his work before, although now it seems as if he’s grown into fashion photography a little more since I last viewed his portfolio. In the past he didn’t seem to capture too many portraits which was a shame because viewing these is all the evidence you need to argue his undeniable talent for portraying a persons persona …

Interiors by Matthew Williams

Interiors by Matthew Williams

New Zealand born but New York city based photographer Matthew Williams has been highlighting some fantastic homes and interiors over his freelancing career, working for clients such as Dwell Magazine, Living, Inside Out, Interior & Design, and many more. This has given him the opportunity to put his own twist and aesthetic on the photographs and to really showcase the homes in a natural way with …

Portraits by Adam Bordow

Portraits by Adam Bordow

Simple yet beautiful portraits by Adam Bordow, a photographer based out of Santa Monica, California. His works are not only adventurous, as far as portraiture goes, but also wonderfully composed and really characteristic in their appearance. For example the above photograph of a lady named Adri from Pasadena, every little element seems to be placed perfectly, such as the stool in the background, the …

Joseph Erlanger’s House by Phillip Kalantzis

Joseph Erlanger’s House by Phillip Kalantzis

This morning I decided to bring across some photography by Phillip Kalantzis, a New York city based photographer, who took these fascinating pictures of professor Erlanger’s House in Urbana, Illinois. Erlanger was the head of contemporary Dance Division at the University of Illinois, with the house being designed for as little upkeep as possible since the Professor’s busy schedule left no time for …

2011 Rapha NW Gentlemen’s Race

2011 Rapha NW Gentlemen’s Race

Another exceptional film from Rapha and their crew documenting the 2011 Rapha NW Gentlemen’s Race in Oregon. This course has a distance of 130 miles with various technical terrain on an uphill climb, 10,000 ft of climbing to be exact. Whenever these guys and girls release a film it’s always exciting, I don’t think there’s ever been a time where a series has been consistently produced in such a quality manner. I’m …