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.
Photographer and filmmaker Dan Fontanelli has made a short portrait on Japanese Potter Akiko Hirai's work and has captured some of the making processes at her London studio.
Many of these different influences bounce around in my head, trying to make sense of them all is full-time work in itself. Usually once I’ve cleansed my mind and let these thoughts settle down, let nature take it’s course, obvious patterns emerge and little details protrude which I can use on th
I was blown away this week by Richard Baker's fantastic paintings of modernist furniture, it was a no brainer to showcase them here for all to see. I think this is a classic example of where two disciplines that I'm really fond of come to meet and work really well together, on one hand it's superb t
I’m sure not everyone will be able to remember this reference point but I really enjoyed the imagery Jennilee Marigomen shot for the Neighbour store for autumn/winter last year. In a moment of pondering I thought I’d revisit the webpage of the photographer and see what else she had been up too,
Parisian store FrenchTrotters have been working on a short video series titled “Portrait” which looks at people in their daily environments. This first one features Carole Dehlouz, one part of the FrenchTrotters duo, and shows her kicking back in her flat and tending to the nice array of
Brooklyn Based creative Billy Kidd brings us this great video portrait featuring Model Merethe Hopland. I’m loving the attitude and playfulness of Merethe in this short piece, it really does leave you in a good mood after watching. She seems like a fun person to be around, so expressive and wi
Nicholas Haggard is a 28 year old photographer, based in Brooklyn, New York. Most of his work is casual, capturing intimate moments with friends, addressing memories and reflective moments in life. I think what initially drew me to his work was the overwhelming amount of honesty in his pictures, the
Robert Cooper is a British photographer and video artist, in which Wallpaper* got together with to talk about his newest film titled Immersion. Immersion has people filmed through a screen, in which a Red digital camera is embedded, he then takes stills from the footage and the extremely high-resolu
London based photographer, Gemma Booth, produces work that is both quirky and individual. I love her style, what she does is very basic but stands out a mile off. From her simple portraits to her well styled fashion photography, she always stamps her mark. If you take a gander at her website, you ca