Nono by Ana Armendariz

One thing I love about photography is the power that it has to tell a story. I find myself constantly inspired by series that not only offer up good singular photos which can stand alone and have significant importance, but also importantly offer meaning as a set. Personally I think this can set apart one photographer from another, take Ana Armendariz for example from Buenos Aires who has created this fantastic series titled “Nono” …

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Photography by A. William Frederick

At the weekend I stumbled through to the superb portfolio of Maine photographer A. William Frederick. I have to thank Pinterest for this one, even though it has its massive flaws as a website, such as 404 errors all the time and scrappy design flow, it has a tendency to inspire me due to the creatives that float about on there. A few of these photos were cropping up on peoples profiles and when I checked out the portfolio of A …

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João Canziani Photographs the Family Home of Architect Ray Kappe

Rummaging through the internet late last night I found myself admiring the work of two creatives in one project, the first being Californian architect Ray Kappe and the second photographer Joao Canziani. I actually found this wonderful set that explores the family home of Ray Kappe sitting within the arcives over at Dwell, which as always is the perfect stop for any design …

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Set of Imagery from Marcos Rivas

In the midst of design led content recently we’ve not lost film photography as an influence amongst our ranks, it’s just projects have been few and far between on our radar. So for this reason I’m quite chuffed to present this set from Marcos Rivas who we are revisiting for a second time now, having shared his work with you all just under a year ago. Looking back into our archives it’s refreshing to see the develop …

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Set of Imagery from Young and Hungry

Given it’s the time of year where food is a prominent thought on most of our minds I thought I’d match this within our content today, bringing across this delightful set of images from American photography duo “Young and Hungry”. The collective is made up of Dax Henry and Anais Wade who combined their editorial and fine arts industry experience to bring their clients work that is as considered as it is artistic. I’ve brought these …

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Further Imagery from Tim Simmons

Speaking to a few of our readers it seems like a lot of you are pretty gutted that BBC’s Frozen Planet series has reached it’s end. There’s obviously something quite captivating about seeing new environments that we aren’t familiar with, so with this in mind I thought it would be fitting to return to photographer Tim Simmons as his portfolio is packed full of similar jaw dropping scenery. Lot’s of these shots we’ve got here today …

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Set of Imagery from Wakabayashi Hayato

We strive to provide our readers with something different here on the site, so something different we shall provide in this selection of botanical gardens photographed by Japanese creative Wakabayashi Hayato. In the winter months I think it’s important to remind ourselves of the bright colours and eye catching shapes in the design of nature, after all it’s not all doom and gloom. I’ve brought across quite a concise set …

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Imagery from Andrea Brugi

Floating around the web last night I stumbled across these great rustic looks from carpenter and all round creative Andrea Brugi, who has been kind enough to share a little behind the scenes of his working world. Browsing through these it quickly became evident how much Andrea lives and breathes a creative lifestyle, which could be described as a bohemian alternative to the traditional way of living. I think what’s most impre …

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Admiring the Work of Toshiko Takaezu

I thought I’d take an alternative approach to creating some content today, bringing across one creative from the past that I’ve been researching into recently who happens to be incredibly inspiring. Having worked with clay and ceramics for over six decades Toshiko Takaezu unfortunately passed away in March of this year. In her wake she left behind a legacy for finding beauty within the experimental and obscure which …

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Set of Imagery from Tim Barber

Browsing through Tim’s page the set that caught my eye was a collection of portraits featuring creative people based in New York. It was a logical choice given the faces that crept up within in it. Those astute menswear fans amongst us will recognise Humberto Leon and Carol Lim of Opening Ceremony alongside Sam Buffa of Freemans Sporting Club, see if you can spot their faces above and below. It’s nice to get a …

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Spaces by Olga Bennett

I’m not too fond of cropping pictures like I have here but I couldn’t bare to stretch these images to fit our current size, they’re just too perfect. Melbourne based freelance photographer Olga Bennett has featured once before on the format with her stunning series named ‘Environments’ which was a documentation of creative spaces. This series sort of follows suit in a way, it’s based on spaces and most of them feature crea …

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Inside the Eames House

After much thought and deliberation I decided to do a small post on the Eames house, also known as Case Study House No. 8 since it was an experiment in American residential architecture sponsored by the Arts & Architecture magazine. They commissioned major architects of the day, such as Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen and Richard Neutra to design and build inexpensive and efficient model homes for the Unit …

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