Ryan Schude Photography

Los Angeles photographer, Ryan Schude, has been creating new photographic worlds by combining a mixture of humor, chaos, constructed environments, and ironic fun. Ryan is a photographer who does it all, producing commercial, stock, editorial, and fine art imagery and he’s a man of few words as evidenced by his refreshing bio: (via) 1979 -…

The Strange World of Kourtney Roy

Kourtney Roy’s  self-portraits plunge us into an imaginary universe where remnants of the past merge with the contemporary performance of the artist. In each of her photographs, we find her, most often alone, or rather inscribed in a unique sensation which has little to do with the feeling of isolation, for it presupposes the presence…

Odd Pears

Odd Pears is an Australian-based company founded by Brock Skyes. They sell socks in Pears, not pairs. A Pear is three individual socks, two matching, one odd. Brock reached out to me to create a series of images to be used as posters and postcards to promote their polka-dotted collection. The result is a surreal, fantastically…

Problems of Modern Life

Jean Jullien is a French graphic artist currently living in London. He comes from Nantes and did a graphic design degree in Quimper before coming to London. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2008 and from the Royal College of Art in 2010. He works closely with the musician The Coward. His practice ranges…

In Anxious Anticipation

Kyle Bean is a London based illustrator, director and set designer. He creates playful, concept-driven imagery for a variety of editorial and commercial projects as well as installations for fashion brands and events. Kyle’s work is usually characterised by a whimsical and meticulous reappropriation of everyday materials and handcrafted techniques which often straddle the boundaries…

Low Pixel Ceramics by Toshiya Masuda

Toshiya Masuda says: ‘People tend to judge things based on one’s experiences or acquired knowledge, as one gets older. Since people control feelings based on old knowledge and precedent, many things become common sense in one’s mind without realizing. In that sense, I think there are many people who imagine tactile reality such as “pottery”…

Christopher Moloney’s Filmography is Location Photography

“FILM + photography = FILMography.” That’s how writer Christopher Moloney describes his FILMography tumblr, though another fitting fill-in for the “…ography” could be GEography, as Moloney’s blog is all about layering shots from films over their real-world locations.  From ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ to ‘The Warriors’ and ‘North by Northwest,’ this photographer has made it his mission to…

Flying Houses by Laurent Chehere

The animated feature film Up may have introduced the masses to the image of a house being whisked away into the sky, but France-based photographer Laurent Chehere expands on the visual with a variety of residential structures surreally captured in mid-air. The aptly titled series Flying Houses takes suburban homes and urban apartment buildings out…

Tokidoki

Tokidoki, which translates as “sometimes” in Japanese, is the vision of Italian artist Simone Legno and his partners, serial entrepreneurs Pooneh Mohajer and Ivan Arnold. Since debuting in 2005, tokidoki has amassed a cult-like following for its larger-than-life characters and emerged as a sought-after global lifestyle brand. This innovative company is known not only for…

String Prototype by Numen

The installation is based on production system of large geometric inflated objects. Since the physical behavior of fluids tend to make all inflates spherical, thin parallel ropes are tied on opposite sides of the volume, keeping them parallel to one another. Filigree interiors of this technically invented system are never exposed to public. When the…

Oli Kellett Photography

TRUE OR FALSE? A. Oli was an advertising creative at TBWA before becoming a commercial photographer. B. He is the son of legendary English wrestler, LesKelett. C. He was one of Campaign magazine’s ‘Faces to Watch – 2007’. D. His work has been shown in the National Portrait Gallery. E. Kellett Road, off Brixton Hill, is named after him. F. His advertising campaigns…

Cravendale Catnapped

Fans of Wieden + Kennedy’s Cravendale ad Cats With Thumbs will be delighted to hear that the brand has this week released a follow-up, which sees Bertrum Thumbcat plotting to brainwash all the milkmen… The ad is directed by Traktor, and sees Bertrum and his team of catnappers using their opposable thumbs to kidnap milkmen and convert…