We invited James Gulliver Hancock to the office for a live Facebook drawing session and to pick his brain about life as an illustrator.
For seven years, photographer Journey Gong wandered the streets of NYC capturing mesmerising sights during the time period known as blue hour.
Few of us have the cojones to quit our 9 – 5 jobs to follow our passions and talents, but Mulga (aka Joel Moore) did just that. After working in … Read more
Illustrator Aldous Massie came into the Lost At E Minor offices to have a chat about art, life, yoga and skating.
Whether he is sketching by hand or designing graphics digitally, Dale Bigeni is passionate about creating art.
We invited Blue Mountains based singer-songwriter, and guitar virtuoso, Matt Tonks, into the Lost At E Minor office to play a few of his tunes.
At first glance, this image of a Kingfisher might look like a photo, but look closer and you’ll see that it’s actually a hyperrealistic stencil painting!
Stephin Merritt, the frontman and brilliant mind behind US-based indie pop band The Magnetic Fields, celebrated turning 50 years old in a unique way; he released a 50-track album chronicling … Read more
Boston-based artist and illustrator Eva Redamonti creates art that gets more mind-blowing the closer you get to it.
We’ve seen plenty of short films about divorce and separation, but we’ve probably – correction: definitely – never seen a short about someone who wants a divorce from his own … Read more