Although what would appear quite flat and basic on the surface, when viewed up close and explored in greater detail this series by Phil Chang takes on a whole new meaning.
A collection of ten photographic images that show layers of acetate cut into different geometric shapes that have been carefully placed and lit to construct formal arrangements.
Although I'm not necessarily an 'art' buff, I still find myself getting inspired by a multitude of artists both from the past and present. A link between those that do inspire me is an element of abstraction, such as Picasso or Salvador Dali, maybe even Alexander Calder to throw a sculptural artist
Many of you may know that we released a nice in-depth interview with photographer Leslie Williamson over the weekend, I was really honoured to have the chance to speak to Leslie, I’m a big admirer of her work and she’s a great person as well (added bonus!). So this morning when I woke up and hea
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 Lau
Mr D Benning posted up some photography by Winnipeg designer Thom Fougere back in December, a photographer I've since been keeping my eye on. I'm a regular follower of his blog which keeps me up to date on new projects and work that's evolving, and his flickr is a great addition to his portfolio als