Oliver Wainwright: Inside North Korea

Posted by Fabio 18 June 2018

Offering a rare glimpse inside the Hermit Kingdom, Guardian journalist and photographer Oliver Wainwright takes us on an architectural journey behind closed doors in the world’s most secretive country. read more

Qingyu Wu – Two Color Risograph Printed Book

Posted by Fabio 3 May 2018

Interested in the idea of data, space, and the repetition. Points, grids, lines, numbers, and symbols in an endless search for collecting pieces of information. The repetition and the graphic structure of the book are reminiscent of minimal and conceptual aesthetics. read more

Lisa H. Moura – When Marina Abramovic Dies

Posted by Fabio 22 December 2017

Marina Abramovic’s works rely mostly on a physical and performative experience so it was very important not to lose this aspect while designing the book. In the front cover, along with the title of the book, is the book’s introduction describing Marina’s death wishes. read more

Veronica Tran – Frankenstein Unbound

Posted by Fabio 21 December 2017

A reinterpretation of the Frankenstein novel, and accumulated set of experiments put together in a way that tells a parallel and gradual narrative to the novel. It aims to look at the Frankenstein text in conjunction with typographic experiments read more

Vincent Ferrane – Milky Way

Posted by Fabio 25 August 2017

Milky Way is a series of pictures of Vincent Ferrane’s wife and child during breastfeeding. The aesthetic aspect is determined by the feeding behaviour which imposes its geometry on bodies and on space they occupy. read more

O.Z. Diary by Olivier Zahm

Posted by Fabio 8 October 2014

Olivier Zahm, founder of Purple magazine, chronicles the world around him in nonstop photographs. And what a world it is, replete with daring models, counter-cultural artists and performers, and the hip denizens of Paris, New York, LA and more. read more

Joanna Piotrowska – Frowst

Posted by Fabio 30 June 2014

Joanna Piotrowska’s uncomfortable album, a series of staged family shots, insists upon the fundamental anxiety at the heart of the family: its system of relationships, adamantine bonds that are equally oppressive and rewarding. read more

Bob Mazzer – Underground

Posted by Fabio 16 May 2014

While working as a projectionist in a porn cinema in the eighties, Bob Mazzer began photographing on the tube during his daily commute, creating irresistibly joyous pictures alive with humour and humanity. read more