Fading away within a scene is something I always have in mind. But I don’t want to force my vision upon anyone. I want whoever is looking to come up with their own interpretation.
Ana Rudak: Wild Thing
Sun, wind and nature inspired patterns influenced by intense memories mixed up with imagination, vibrant colours and all things strange.
This photoshoot aims to question the oppressive beauty standards set for women, and the distortions that dictate those standards.
Ink-happy duo share the method to the madness of their experimental work.
Thomas Browning Rose
Exploring the conversation between human and surface; focusing, more specifically, on touch and our connectivity/dis-connectivity with our environments and each other.
One man's scars is another man's beauty, what's beneath the surface isn't skin-deep.
At the moment my main focus is the mind and it's different way of processing things. I use my work to analyse my personal experiences and process my everyday thoughts.
We talk to London-based designer about his work across design and fashion disciplines.
The designer behind the Decap Drawing Device talks technology, the challenges in the design industry and who to watch.
With these paintings, I was developing the idea of how when you paint on a certain surface, the surface ceases to be visible.
Moving image extraordinaire on the benefits of collaboration, social media and the working process behind her psychedelic visuals.
High contrast, detailed images highlight the beauty found in nature and the importance of the conservation of our environment and institutes of learning, science, arts and research.
Isabelle Kaif & Trang Ngheim
Exploring ideas surrounding the construction of beauty standards for women, this project aims to show that beauty can be found in many forms, even within mess and disarray.
These photographs are born out of a deliberate act to get lost. This forces me to wander with no particular direction and a strikingly heightened awareness of my surroundings.