CFCF’s Continent caught my eye because of the cover photo. Some smokey looking green bush. The record opens up with Raining Patterns, a killer tune. A lot of people said it sounds like ‘something from that Drive film’, which is kind of true but, A. that’s not a bad thing, and B. everything does at […]
A collection of shit illustrations. It’s not pretending to be anything it’s not. Simple, graphic and a bit of a laugh. You don’t have to be good at something to be good at something.
Every Day We Are Dying And Outer Space Does Not Give One Single Fuck: it is what it is. Another one of those cool things that pop up on the Internet and everyone shares it for a bit. My suggestion, get in the zone, have a relax, maybe it’ll be a nice time for reflection? Have […]
This isn’t so much about the Wildlife album as it is about my recent and rapidly growing love for La Dispute in general. Easily this record has pushed itself in to my all time top 10. Simply, ultimate purge. Vocally, they are brutal, musically they are less so. They sit in that fairly unspecific post-rock or […]
Dylan Shields makes sculptures out of cardboard. The sham-marriage between the subject matter and materials are a joy to behold. The piece I saw, titled Hercules As Heroic Virtue Overcoming Discord, depicts a man beating a woman to death with a stick, and it is entirely made from old potato-crisp packaging boxes. The detail is […]
Every weekend on the Hackney Marshes in London, UK, hundreds of people participate in football matches as part of the Hackney and Leyton Sunday League. This mini-series is about the home-made thrown together referee attire, the individuality and personality to a bloke that’s always seen as the bad guy…maybe it is about that £30 for the 90 minutes […]
I’m trying to juggle a couple of new projects at the same time: one is photographing aspiring actors, the other is an investigation in to what life drawing is and where it stands in modern day. I like to explore peoples lives and the things people do from day to day. Everyone has their own ‘thing’ that makes them special, whether it is a career driven thing or a leisure activity. People have their quirks, and I like to find those. I also like how that within each project is a reflection of my self.
John Clang mixed different types of media to make his pictures. My recommendation is the series Blind Spot, which involves projecting a photograph of somebody back on to themselves. The results are eerie yet amazing. This is very inspiring work from an exciting photographer.