Parisian artist, Reynald Drouhin, experiments with the internet medium by seeking to represent it. Aesthetically, it is through the monochrome and minimalist space that he reflects his perception of the contemporary world, standing out more and more of the “matter” internet itself to represent this other space-time. Tell us about your career as
Chrissie Abbott is a designer, art director & artist from London. She creates bespoke content, imagery, and animation for brands utilising mixed-media for online & print. She also exhibits artwork internationally and make zines. Some of Chrissie’s recent clients include ASOS, Nike, Vans, AnOther Magazine, The New York Times, Wallpaper*, Sony BMG and The Ace Hotel.
”AS FOR ME, I’M VERY LITTLE” With a camera and thoughtful planning, Italian artist Valentina Loffredo(@thatsval) leads us into her world of beauty and possibilities. Where feelings can take geometric shapes, solitude can be playful and recharging, and where being little is an opportunity. Why photography? I use photography to bring to
Kelly Maker (@kellymaker) is a photographer and artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Entirely self taught, Kelly has cultivated a unique and recognisable form of digital manipulation she calls ‘edits’. Her work encompasses a collage style, made by hand and digitally, she has worked for various companies and influencers to create eye catching content, launching her
“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
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
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
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
Wang & Söderström is a Copenhagen based creative studio with a focus on digital explorations, production and art direction. They create mind tickling and unexpected experiences through materiality and technology. Their hyper-real inspired practice explores a spectrum of visual art disciplines realised in projects from illustrations for magazines to 3D animations on large screens, installations, campaigns, and computer games.