As the Barbican Art Gallery’s newest exhibition opens we speak to co-curator, Alona Pardo about the works on display and the relationship between photography and architecture.
The V&A’s new show, Horst: Photographer of Style, looks back at sixty years of work by the master image-maker Horst P Horst, who made his name at French Vogue in the 1930s. But with no vintage prints of Horst’s magazine work available, the museum had to enlist the help of a specialist printer and the […]
Elephant’s 20th issue sees the contemporary art culture title metamorphose both editorially and in terms of design, with new features played out in new ways. Mallorca-based design studio Atlas, led by Astrid Stavro and Pablo Martin, have worked tirelessly to craft a new visual language for Elephant over the course of the issue’s development.
"Contar la realidad cotidiana a través del dibujo, celebrar la diversidad de miradas y compartirlas con los demás".
Tumblr artist Juan Betancourt may have just earned himself a place in the rock’n’roll pantheon with this series of seriously heavy animated album covers. The iconic images that once defined Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Daft Punk, and Metallica are transformed into minature moving worlds through Betancourt’s GIF artistry—a practice he took up for strictly personal reasons, […]
We might be one man down but we’re one woman stronger for this week’s Studio Audience. James Cartwright may be guzzling wine and nibbling cheese in France but, you know what, we’re having just as much fun discussing art exhibitions and darstardly good videos right here in the studio.
A new book from film poster collector John Duke Kisch presents 100 years of black film posters, charting the evolution of African-American cinema and changing attitudes towards race…
Cuando era pequeña viajaba mucho. Y no es que haya recorrido mundo… Es que, cada fin de semana iba de aquí a una casita en medio del campo que tenían mis padres, a unos 100 kilómetros. Me gustaba mirar por la ventana y ver los campos de cultivo, tan ordenaditos, esas líneas paralelas que me […]
Chefchaouen, a small town in northern Morocco, has a rich history, beautiful natural surroundings and awe-inspiring architecture, but it is most famous for its buildings’ brilliantly blue walls throughout the “old town” sector, or Medina. The blue Moroccan city walls attracted travel photographer James Clear, who snapped some vivid photos while wandering the city’s narrow […]
Founded in 2007, It’s Nice That is a publishing platform that encompasses several different online, print and events offerings as part of its mission of championing creativity across the art and design world. The website – which is updated daily with at least nine new articles – attracts a loyal, international readership of around 350,000 […]
Frame Magazine is the world’s barometer of interior design. The magazine shows you what’s happening and where to find it. The latest interiors and products, spiced up with some art, shop windows and sets: that’s the essence of Frame magazine. We gather the most interesting work from around the globe and package it in six […]