Architecture routinely becomes the setting to our lived experience, it sits there quietly at our disposal in the background of our busy lives. Whether we are aware of it or not, architecture is a form of communication that we constantly interact with and react to. Volume, scale and proportion create
Photographer Jung Jung Ho has created this series by departing from conventional composition and trying to tread the boundary between the visible and the invisible.
Inspired by an early text on Japanese gardening where "creating a garden" is referred to as "setting stones", Bob Cornelis has mimicked this with a set of geometric objects.
Mixing abstract colour with architectural form photographer Won Kim is content with exploring the 'details', using shape and texture from everyday objects and scenarios.
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
English self taught Director, Designer and Photographer Christopher Hewitt brings us some stunning production in the shape of his latest working “Orion House”. The short film was derived around the concept of two strangers paths crossing on one remarkable day, within the inner city of Lo
What a set of amazing imagery by professional photographer Eliot Lee Hazel. Eliot is based in Los Angeles, and he has an exquisite eye for finest of details. I sense he likes to create drama in his photography, using a mixture of grunge and darkness, then flipping it with light hearted fun. Scrollin
What a great set of shots by Hilda Grahnat. The subject is her one room apartment in MalmÃƒÂ¶, Sweden, which i think is perfectly designed and has a bit of vintage kick about it. I’m very much drawn to the minimalist and Scandinavian look, the use of plants i think is also a nice touch. [&
A quirky video made by Remi called Shaky Moments, obviously he’s referring to the camera not being stabilised in the video (ie being shaky). This film was shot in Les Hortillonnages, Amiens, France, on an early morning trip. It’s only a short one, but it’s full of character and the
Justin Waldron is a photographer who’s split between working at both New York City and Japan (what a hard life, not ha). The travelling definitely shines through in his images and portfolio website, which houses most of Justin’s photography (well what’s for the public anyway). It w
Slow-motion videos bring up a variety of feelings on viewing, fascination, excitement, curiosity, well that’s definitely the feelings i get. And now, with many amateur photographers and budding filmmakers buying full HD cameras, we are seeing more and more pop up. Which isn’t a bad thing