Mitch Dobrowner captures in black and white, photographing the natural landscape hoping to convey the strange and mysterious qualities of it through a separation of colour.
Inspired by an old indigo vat that she had situated at her home studio, Lynn Pollard, an Atlanta-based artist, creates landscapes and abstract artworks by dipping paper in to indigo.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.
Since there’s been so much great film floating around recently we haven’t showcased too much photography, so when I stumbled across the captivating portfolio of Bas Princen this morning it made for quite a refreshing change. Bas is based in Rotterdam and is currently represented at the V
I’ve returned to one of my favorite photographers of recent times as his latest body of work is really something special. Seattle based snapper Cody Cobb seems to have taken his work up another level with this set, these beautifully composited landscapes uphold a natural beauty which is a great pr
Many of you I’m sure have come across a lot of photographers committed to the 365 day project over on Flickr, few however will hold the quality of work in their portfolio that Canadian creative Elizabeth Gadd has. Her works are structured around some fantastic locations which look almost untou
Rummaging through the endless supply of imagery over on Flickr late last night I stumbled upon the talents of Portland based visual artist Delaney Allen. His simplistic and subtle approach to photography really drew me in, and across his portfolio I found myself appreciating the set we have here abo
I found these vast and beautiful landscape images captured by American photographer Nich Hance McEroy hiding away on Flickr, so I brought them across for us all to appreciate. They really are something, catching my eye as I scanned through Nich’s photostream, I was also impressed with a lot of
London based creative Tommy Forbes literally made my eyes smile earlier, if that’s actually even possible. This occurred whilst viewing his stunning landscapes and browsing through his vast array of work. It quickly became apparent that Mr Forbes is somewhat of a globe wanderer, and long may t