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Philip Rhys Matthews recently won the Printspace fashion photography competition. A beautiful picture deserving recognition. When we checked out his portfolio, we we're suprised: his winning photo Locomotive (shown above) is obviously stricking, also...
There's no meaning to the colors Joshua Hibbert uses in his art. They just come to him. He draws on paper, black and white drawing on cream paper. He learned that white paper was too powerful. Cream paper gave it more energy. Colors act on the subcon...
He used to be a musician. A guitarist and composer. That was in Italy. Roberto Grosso now lives in London. Italy wasn't the best place to find work as a creative. He changed his ways as well. For the band he used to play with Roberto would do the gra...
Kaffe Fassett, well-known for his colorful work with textiles and fashion. 'A life in Colour' the exhibit is called and it's clear why. His last exhibit in London was record breaking in 1988. Now over 100 pieces are exhibit in an installation designe...
This is pretty cool. Dorothy, a UK design agency, was working on a project. The assignment was to create a new range of paint colors, and using names of songs for the colors. Blue Moon, Yellow Submarine and so forth. This got them thinking, and they ...
'I guess I've always been drawn to their immense colour and texture. As an object I was fascinated by the shape they took on. The carvings and markings that were made by the cue's created these amazing cave structures. No chalk was ever the...
Highly recommended if you are or are not interested in light art. The Light Show will be featuring 25 installations and sculptures, all about light, that each explore diverse aspects of light such as color, duration, shadow, natural and artificial il...
Tones can be created in different ways, and one simple way is by layering. It's a lot of work and Benjamin Shine used the transparant qualities of tulle, a farbic we all know from ballerina's, to create wonderful and realistic portraits of famous peo...
'A man would rather leave behind him the portrait of his spirit rather than a portait of his face.' This quote from Robert Louis Stevenson says a lot about the work of Neil Seligman. His subjects choose fabrics for the photo session and interacts wit...
Originally a painter, Jack Addis moved to digital to allow more sharing. Being appreciated is good. Jack enjoys suprising and inspiring people. Regenerating them. He's part of a nomadic gallery in Bristol, Madescapes, that aims to do just that, showi...

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