Jamie Chung

Posted by Fabio 22 November 2018

Jamie Chung is a still-life photographer who manages to turn the simplest, every-day objects into pieces of wonder. His career launched when he won the Surface Avant-Guardian competition no more than a year after graduating from Parsons in 2007. read more

Brian Rea

Posted by Fabio 22 November 2018

Brian Rea produces drawings and paintings for magazines, murals, fashion and film projects around the world. His work has been exhibited in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Barcelona at the Fundació Joan Miro. read more

Andrea Nakhla

Posted by Fabio 21 November 2018

A selection of paintings from “Little Joy” by 29-year old artist Andrea Nakhla. read more

The Law Of Averages

Posted by Fabio 20 November 2018

In the Quebec countryside during a brutal winter, a woman and her adult daughter await the death of their family’s matriarch. A dark comedy about the unwitting emotional pain mothers and daughters inflict on each other. Written & Directed by Elizabeth Rose.


Adrian Samson

Posted by Fabio 16 November 2018

Born in Slovakia, Adrian Samson now lives and works in London. His still lifes and portraits display an instinctive use of light and shadow and a cinematic sense of drama, with colours and forms that leap off the page. read more

Darren Oorloff

Posted by Fabio 16 November 2018

Darren Oorloff is a designer, illustrator and art director from Melbourne, specialising in album covers and art for music. Working both with smaller independent artists and major labels read more

citylikeyou: Interview with Charlotte Strick

Posted by Fabio 15 November 2018

Award-winning art director and graphic designer – Charlotte Strick spoke to us about design, creativity, and living and working in New York. Plus a selection of her favourite places.

Read full interview here


The Chemical Brothers – Free Yourself

Posted by Fabio 14 November 2018

Free Yourself is the new video from The Chemical Brothers. Eight months in the making, in collaboration with Production company Outsider and content creation studio The Mill, the video uses cutting edge visual effects and motion capture technology read more