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
You can obviously approach architecture in many different ways. I often think those people who are attracted to the engineering side of things are fascinated by the structure and how the construction comes together. Not knocking this way of thinking, but I feel contemporary architecture has put so m
One of the most underrated aspects of any creative pursuit is the entry point it can offer in to other creative fields as a result of being “in the creative process”. Photography has been a classic example of this. Many of the great designers and artists have used photography as a way of
Our ability to be altered by any art form is always intriguing. Connecting the viewer to their senses, body, and mind. American artist James Turrell has been a house favourite here thanks to his skill at using light and space to alter the way we perceive the world. Architect Tadao Ando is also speci
Any creative output is our inner self wishing to put something out in to the world. A physical manifestation of something that we see in our mind’s eye. So what’s better than two creative minds coming together to showcase something completely new! Here photographer Julian Abrams has coll
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
For Holger Kilumets, the idea of exploring composition through still life brings countless ideas for new works of art. Based in Tallinn, Estonia, Kilumets has been featured in books, exhibitions, and editorial stories. Through photography, he explores the relationship between shapes and colors, sear
Philipp Dase, a photographer born and raised in Germany, has a talent for capturing rich images of architectural wonders and other sights that can be found in nature.
This particular series that I picked out was captured by Italian photographer Giacomo Bruno from his travels in Japan that document a selection of Japanese craftsmen working in various fields.
Nick Frank has been able to abstract architecture to the point of fine art, blowing out many of the surrounding shadows to create these striking forms that capture some of the best parts of these buildings.
This series by artist Maddie Sharrock and photographer Brooke Holm explores Earth's opposing environments through a collaboration of sculpture and photography.
Victoria Zschommle, a photographer who splits her time between Australia, France, and the UK captured this series featuring rocks with unique placement mixed with bold colour.