Laurent Chehere is a French photographer who used to work in advertising but left his job one day and decided to go travelling around the world with his camera. When he returned to France, he knew what he wanted to do with his life: he would live his two passions, travelling and photography. Laurent has been working with photography ever since and draws inspiration from exploring cities, suburbs, countries and architecture. These are some photos from his recent project, Flying Houses.
Bertil Nilsson is a Swedish photographer who lives and work in London and who takes inspiration from the human form and collaborates with circus artists and dancers. This is some of his latest work.
I am a Swedish illustrator and designer who works in London. I love character design, doodling and patterns, being inspired by childhood memories, my bad sense of humour, and my love for nature.
I would like to introduce the super-talented Russian illustrator Mina-milk, who graduated from Camberwell College of Arts roughly a year ago and since then has worked for clients such as Diesel, Lazy Gramophone, Fantastica London, and the Russian magazines Snob and ProSport. Mina-milk is inspired by fragments, patterns and collections, animals, fashion and traditional printmaking.
This charming little masterpiece is written and directed by the Finish mastermind, Aki Kaurismäki, and contains no exploding cars or silicon breasts, but instead a story about a African boy who ends up abandonned and alone in a French small town, Le Havre, where he makes friends with an ageing shoe shiner.