“Abstract thinking does not necessarily make you an abstract artist. I see the world through math and concepts, I love the beauty of the abstract, but I try to communicate it through figurative shapes. Illustration offers me the ability to play around and make odd visual connections. wherever your mind dares to travel, your hand and
Ming Nomchong is a Byron Bay based fashion and lifestyle photographer who loves the energy of a beautiful place, and knows how to capture it. Raised on the east coast of Australia with a camera in one hand and a surfboard in the other, Ming has built an international reputation with her authentic sun ’n’ salt fashion and lifestyle images.
Catherine Hyland is a London based landscape photographer known for images that blur the artificial and natural, where the real and imagined are hard to distinguish. Her work focuses on questioning contemporary views of landscape. Why photography? Photographs have the power to make me interested and search for the interest of others. I think
Fleur Bult is a fashion photographer based in Amsterdam who loves to travel. She has worked with clients all around the world like Amatør, Wrangler, i-D, Yen, Also Journal UK, Love Stories, AUrate NYC, Lovers&Drifters, So It Goes Magazine, Anecdote, and most recently gracing the cover of our client’s publication jane. by the grey attic.
Georgia Hill is an illustrator and artist, specialising in hand drawn type based artworks that combine bold, monochromatic textures and lettering within experimental compositions. Tell us a bit about your creative background I originally studied Visual Communications at UTS, then moved into lettering, then illustration, exhibition art works and mural painting. So each stage
Marta Bevacqua is an Italian photographer based in Paris, “lost in stories about dreams.” Wild Minded came across Marta’s work through our client, independent fashion, photography and fine art publication, jane. by the grey attic and couldn’t resist finding out more. When did you first pick up a camera? I was 16, and it
Romantic sites in Rome get a magical, lambent aura in the infrared photography of Italian artist Milán Rácmolnár. By capturing lightwaves that exist outside of humans’ range of vision, Rácmolnár shifts the natural colors and textures of one of the world’s most documented cities. The act of photographing infrared light lends a surreal, Dr. Seuss-esque
Fine art photographer Dean Bell and creative director Annika Hein of The Grey Attic have released the first issue of a biannual print publication that explores art, photography, fashion, and poetry called jane. by the grey attic. “We wanted to create a visual world that we were proud to be apart of. Something that represented
“The Blossom Project is the result of photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot creative collaboration. The pair captures enigmatical landscapes in every corner of the globe, from Morocco to the US and Turkey to Norway, in which they set up colorful clouds to create these ephemeral and vivid sceneries. The Blossom Project is a celebration
Zeke’s Lunchbox is a pseudonym and brand of artist/designer Julia Rich. Under this name she creates work that is influenced by kitsch art and space age while extrapolating ideas with imagery from everything B-grade. The work is triggered by schlock artists and draws inspiration from illustrators of Goosebumps and The Garbage Pail Kids. A bowerbird