There’s something unsettling about stumbling onto discarded photographs. A family album set adrift from its owner or a displaced snapshot calls out to be rescued. Swiss photographer and filmmaker Luciano Rigolini is one of a growing number of artists turning the anonymous or found photograph into an artform. In his new book, What You See, […]
It’s just a few winding blocks in a city bursting with over twelve million people, but the influence of Tokyo’s fashion hub Harajuku extends way beyond its physical reach. Style Deficit Disorder is a new book by US born, Tokyo-based author and fashion editor, Tiffany Godoy, that documents the dizzying array of trends, movements, styles […]
For lovers of contemporary photography, the Internet can fast become a second home. Hijacked is a new exhibition at Sydney’s Australian Centre for Photography that gives you a damn good reason to get off that chair and head into a gallery to see new work by 44 of America and Australia’s most exciting emerging photo media artists. Embracing a sense of wanderlust, the show features photographers whose work is informed by the street and many have a particular bent for documenting subcultures, alternate lifestyles and urban landscapes.
Creating letters from sky might seem an impossible task. Not only is this done very nicely by Lisa Rienermann in Type the Sky, but her aerial approach to typography sits comfortably among the pages of a new book from Die-Gestalten. Lemon Poppy Seed: Multitasking Creativity is a compilation of work by a diverse and international selection of young designers bonded together by their independent spirit and a desire to push the boundaries of graphic design.