To Build a Fire – a film by Fx Goby

Posted by Fabio 19 December 2017

In the harshness of midwinter, a trapper is crossing the Yukon with his dog. Struggling to survive, he attempts to build a simple fire. To Build a Fire is widely recognised as a Jack London masterpiece and is a classic of American literature. Directed Fx Goby.

Matt Henry

Posted by Fabio 18 December 2017

Matt Henry (b. 1978) grew up in North Wales and is now based in Brighton, England. His photography is inspired by the politics and culture of 1960s America and its relationship to the contemporary world. The works take the form of fictional scenes staged as set-builds and dressed locations in the UK and USA. read more

Evelyn Bencicova

Posted by Fabio 18 December 2017

Evelyn Bencicova is a visual creative focussing mainly on the medium of photography and art direction. Born 1992 in Bratislava, Slovakia Evelyn studied fine art and new media at University of Applied Arts in Vienna. read more


Posted by Fabio 15 December 2017

An explosive alternative scene is thriving in Kinshasa, D.R.Congo: meet KOKOKO!


Posted by Fabio 15 December 2017

Cocolia is a creative studio based in Barcelona, specializing in Art direction, photography, graphic & set design. read more

Jody Barton

Posted by Fabio 15 December 2017

A deep and passionate love of drawing and the history of graphic arts combined with an allergy to repeating himself gives Jody Barton’s graphic expressions a freshness which goes beyond trends and fashions and emulates classic breakthroughs. read more

Jacob Wise – Spires

Posted by Fabio 15 December 2017

A short film which explores the subject of Spires in London. It is a human impulse to build upwards – a cultural characteristic that spans both place and time. This concept supports the idea of Structural Anthropology proposed by Claude Lévi-Strauss. From totems to spires to towers – all culture is equitable.

Becky Allen

Posted by Fabio 14 December 2017

Fascinated by the inchoate nature of form and exploring abstraction, Becky Allen’s imagery is created with intense mark-making by either pen, pencil or needle. The organic progression of her marks is transformative, forming images that have a natural and rhythmic quality. read more