London based artist, Meg Abbott discusses her art and life.
an exploration in modern eroticism with the styling and directing drawing from the textures and silhouettes of the Hellenistic period but juxtaposing with the visibility of the nude brown form
An editorial exploring David Paige's vision
A Tale of Two in Chess-playing
Dali/ Duchamp on display at the Royal Academy of Arts between 7th October 2017 and 3rd January 2018
Visual mood board exploring the Infinity Tour.
Louise Dahl-Wolfe: A Style of Her Own
A review of Louise Dahl-Wolfe: A Style of Her Own exhibiting at Fashion & Textiles Museum between 20 October 2017 – 21 January 2018
A photo journal of Kazakhstan by Valeria Amirova
Artist Fipe discusses her inspiration, technique and evolving talent.
Luisa El Bouyahyani
Space can be seen as a free and borderless. As I searched to nd out how to visually capture an inbetween space, a creative process developed. is creative process consists of taking photographs of places and textures, defining forms out of the surrounding and recombining all of it.
in your skin
'Heavy Like Water' a series by Kayten Schmidt
embrace, an expression of being attached with someone that is no longer there, taking in the ideologies of connection, loss, innocence, and lack of self worth and knowledge
Shaping Fashion: The Open Book of Cristóbal Balenciaga’s Life and Work
A review of the Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion exhibit on show at the V&A, London by Lydia Chan
For me, painting is the most obvious way to translate an ongoing pace, the world, its people and environment. It's my language at the moment, it's always there
Spray paint on paper, 70x100 cm, photo credit: Adeline Moreau
“Growing up is about converting fear into courage”.
Body and One
Empowerment means to gain power and self sufficiency over de cit-oriented situations. The solid black and grey geometric shapes symbolize the state of oppression and powerlessness which the splashes of coloured paint interrupt and overpower visualizing encouragement, self-sufficiency and strength. e collage artworks consist of hand painted and cut elements that were composed together using digital media.
Juan Barquero’s art is a sophisticated psychological double entendre articulated in mediums and techniques that realise themes of sensuality, corporeality and temporality. A poetic sensibility suspends parts of the human condition that might otherwise feel burdensome or abhorrent and enables us to examine them with parallel intimacy and distance.
The thoughts behind this particular series were to provide a visual feeling of freedom through the efforts of collage. Each piece boasts a nonsensical movement as such, nothing remains in a typical setting - each element roams free.
marcus sivyer on alice and lily colfox
a docu-style editorial looking into the relationship a pair of identical twins share
Pulsating colors and brash collage become intertwined in these two pieces. Empowerment is a precarious thing as woman. To be seen as who you are is to be defiant.