All creatives can agree that one of the main focal points of inspiration throughout the history of art has been nature itself. There has been this reflection on the meaning of our existence and how we co-exist with our natural surroundings. Honestly, it’s a fascinating subject to explore and o
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
A picture of a flower, an insect, a seashell. These natural objects have a beauty all of their own. But just as anything that we experience many times over, there’s a sense of normality as we shrug off the uniqueness of these “things”. Beyond Light uses a type of photography called
No matter how beautiful art can be, there is little that can truly compare to the beauty of nature. Brooke Holm takes this beauty to the next level by incorporating it into her artwork, exploring the bond between humans and nature through her dramatic landscapes captured by her camera. Her focus on
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
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.
Photographer Friederike von Rauch has the unique ability to turn the simplest of details in to a spectacle, photographing buildings in a poetic way that gives them a sense of being on a canvas.
We travel to the Garden of Fine Arts in Kyoto that was designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, built with the intention of being able to appreciate paintings in an outdoor space.
I captured Tadao Ando's famous aesthetic of clean, contemporary lines on a recent trip to Naoshima, in which his architecture now covers the whole island and makes for a very unique experience.