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Monthly archive May, 2012
Charles Emerson

Charles Emerson

Charles is a technique photographer who explores ideas and methods for producing imagery. His constantly evolving approach allows personal projects to be innovative and captivating. Charles graduated from Falmouth College of Art in 2004. He has since worked in the advertising industry assisting a wide range of photographers. Charles now shoots his own commercial work...
Thallus - Focus The Play

Thallus – Focus The Play

Shawn Smith

Shawn Smith

Woodkid - Run Boy Run

Woodkid – Run Boy Run

Another masterpiece music video from Woodkid.
Philip Karlberg - PIN ART

Philip Karlberg – PIN ART

Philip Karlberg, born 1973, is one of the country’s most talented and prominent still life and interior photographers. Over the years, he has gained extensive business experience, and he shares his time equally between editorial and commercial assignments. More details about Philip Karlberg
Transparent House in Japan

Transparent House in Japan

ROBERT HOWSARE - Drawing Music

ROBERT HOWSARE – Drawing Music

Harriet White

Harriet White

Harriet White large scale paintings are reflecting conflicting senses of intimacy and glamour. The use of luscious, textured makeup evoke an immediate sense of dazzle and seduction, whereas the scale and cropping can imply a certain exposed vulnerability. More about Harriet White
Noil Klune

Noil Klune

Noil Klune is an Italian artist whose work is based on genuine creativity. The abstract images used in Klune’s work are human-esque forms meant to represent pure emotion. via Noil Klune
Robert Montgomery

Robert Montgomery

Scottish artist Robert Montgomery goes about at night illegally plastering over advertisements with posters covered in his poetry. His very pleasing verse is presented in white typography on a black background
Sarah Bridgland

Sarah Bridgland

Sarah Bridgland’s diminutive paper creations inhabit the territory between sculpture and collage. Delicately fashioned out of second-hand ephemera collected from junk shops and fragments of Bridgland’s own printed media, they create spaces where the real and the imagined co-exist, where fact and fiction collide. Each piece is a myriad of textures, shapes and lettering, reflecting...