Edits

This Place

Posted by Fabio 2 March 2016

This Place explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank, as place and metaphor, through the eyes of twelve internationally acclaimed photographers. read more

Frank Herfort

Posted by Fabio 2 March 2016

Frank Herfort’s photographs are personal invitations to explore self-contained worlds that startle with rich detail and vibrant color. Based in both Berlin and Moscow, Frank has made exploring the contrasts and contradictions of life in contemporary Russia a central focus of his artistic work. read more

Emily Garthwaite

Posted by Fabio 19 January 2016

Emily Garthwaite lives and works in London. She has spent a total of ten months travelling through India and is currently studying for an MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at Westminster University.

www.emilygarthwaite.com

Riikka Laakso

Posted by Fabio 19 January 2016

Born in a small city in Finland, Riikka now lives and works as an illustrator in Berlin, Germany, where she also earned her Masters in Illustration at the Berlin University of Arts. She is a member of the German illustration collective »Parallel Universe« and publishes her own zines and books in small editions.

www.riikkalaakso.com

Liphemra – Did U Cry

Posted by Fabio 2 November 2015

Director Liza Mandelup enlists competitive jump-rope team The Foothill Force for Los Angeles newcomer Liphemra, aka Liv Marsico. read more

Jonathan Gardner

Posted by Fabio 2 November 2015

Jonathan Gardner’s work takes influence from numerous sources such as Ingres, Gnoli, Richard Lindner, Magritte, Hockney, John Currin and American primitives such as Ammi Phillips and Rufus Hathaway. Each work presents a very particular tableau of images and symbols, containing as Gardner describes, a network of meanings. read more

Tyler The Creator – Buffalo/Find You Wings

Posted by Fabio 3 October 2015

Another great video for Buffalo and Find Your Wings from Cherry Bomb by the very talented, Tyler, The Creator. Featuring Shane Powers. read more

Disturbing Innocence

Posted by Fabio 4 November 2014

Disturbing Innocence features over 50 historical and contemporary artists whose use of dolls, toys, mannequins, robots, and other surrogates forms a deep and powerfully expressive genre. read more