The bright characteristics of the modernist movement, in my belief, give us the wrong impression of what it means to be a creator. Everyone has thoughts that they grapple with. The difference is that creatives are able to use art as a way of articulating them. This industry is full of so many dark s
Using a montage-type technique Sachiyo Nishimura has been able to create complex line structures from such simple objects and spaces that the casual viewer often takes for granted.
I haven’t covered an exhibition in a while and I thought this specific project perfectly summed up the inspirations here on the site, actually it’s almost uncanny the parallels between the two. The project as a whole focuses on Japanese Master Craftsmen as an endangered species, and has been par
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
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 b
Dutch photographer Joel Tjinjelaar consistently produces looks simular to the ones we see here which are mysterious stark and surreal, his flickr account is in fact littered with this style of work. He says he loves black and white photography because “with the removal of color the essence of