Andrew Hall photographs the ephemeral – - - fleeting moments of fragile and changing beauty that at times, can only exist outside our human capacity of perception.
Christopher David Ryan: Dailies
Christopher David Ryan’s graphic portfolio is surprisingly expansive and diverse – but one of my many favorites from him are his series of “Dailies”. Simple yet clever illustrations that boil communication down to the heart of the matter.
Torkil Gudnason: Body Vase
Torkil Gadnason's Body Vase juxtaposes flora with human curves, eroticism with innocence, and nature with it’s inherent beauty and allure.
Going back through millennia, the horse has captured the human imagination in a way few animals ever do – from gracing cave walls as paintings, to appearing in our earliest mythology – the horse is an animal companion that is close to our collective human soul.
David Sims is a notoriously private person – preferring to leave his mark inside the passing moments he captures on film. His images are gritty, stark, and have an anti-fashion quality to them as he depicts scenes of both beauty and a natural rawness.
Mongollon is a multidisciplinary art direction studio founded by the talented Francisco Lopez and Monica Brand. No matter whether they are art directing shoots, creating hand-crafted typography or illustrations, you can be sure their work will sizzle across all media.
Billy und Hells
Billy and Hells have a wonderful way of noticing – noticing what others might overlook, or minimize. Their models brim with their own personalities – and Billy und Hells does a wonderful job of noticing that spark of life, and capturing it for us to see and enjoy ourselves.
I Love Dust
UK-based I Love Dust is a multi-disciplinary design studio whose fresh, innovative designs have garnered both accolades and awards. Go ahead - I bet you'll love dust, too.
Ben Roberts: Amazon Unpacked
Ben Roberts writes, "I was sent on assignment by the Financial Times Weekend Magazine to photograph people and places in and around Rugeley (UK) ... The arrival of Amazon to occupy a huge warehouse in the town was originally seen as being a boost to the local economy, but has it turned out that way? "