• Fault Line

    Fault Line is a project I (Sophie Barbasch) am doing in the small coastal town of Brooklin, Maine. The protagonist is my younger cousin Adam, who lives there. I also photograph my brother, father, and other cousins. I chose the title because a fault line alludes to where the earth...
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  • Exhumed Photographs

    Exhumed photographs is a project from the Paris based artist Thibaut Kinder. For over a year he buys SD cards in flea markets and third-hand electronics shops. Using a data recovery software on these cards he accesses a colossal raw material and then selects the photographs the most mysterious and...
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  • 212 – a new international biannual magazine from Istanbul.

    We are delighted to announce that the first issue of our new biannual magazine, 212, is now out in stores worldwide. 212 is based out of Istanbul and published and distributed internationally. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born...
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  • PANORAMA – an anthology on Milan’s contemporary art

    PANORAMA is an anthology composed of a series of dialogues with creatives based in Milan: it describes some of the personalities who take an active part in its most recent cultural set, giving an holistic vision of the relational and working network they trace. This is a defined, but heterogeneous...
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  • WHITE FUNGUS #15 – Taipei Release Event

    Taiwan magazine White Fungus is about to hold the release event for its 15th issue at Korner in Taipei, July 30. The event will feature New York performance artist Whitney Vangrin and Tokyo experimental music pioneer KK Null. There will also be performances by Taiwanese artists Wang Fujui, Noise Steve,...
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  • Agapornis Magazine presents Vol.III

    Agapornis vol.3 is here. This is a very special issue, firstly because it celebrates the first anniversary of the magazine, and also because this edition counts on Russian Red’s collaboration. The singer speaks about her attachment to her female puppy, Chula -which sprung up as soon as they met- and...
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  • Masquespacio designs Tesa Córdoba’s fashion brand

    Tesa Córdoba offers a new line of contemporary couture fashion with special attention for the production processes and high quality fabrics, concerned with the actual environment. Focused on exclusivity the fashion brand hired Masquespacio’s services with the aim to develop their brand image addressed to a global woman conscious of...
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  • One year New Letters Type Foundry

    One Year New Letters Type Foundry. NEW LETTERS is a typography and design Studio founded by Armin Brenner and Markus John, focusing on typography and graphic design, all in the intersection of cultural and commercial projects. We engage in projects within the fields of culture, art and fashion – As...
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  • Sasha Favorov

    Nice and crisp images from Sasha Favorov. Lots of color and lighting, staged and very crisp. Check out his Tumblr for more.

  • The Exercises

    The Exercises is an Amsterdam based graphic design studio working in the field of identity and print design. Their work ranges from exhibition design to name cards and everything else print related. Often colourful and balanced, have a look at their portfolio for more projects.

  • Harry Bertoia

    Time for a classic. Painter, sculptor and designer Harry Bertoia is probably most famous for his Diamond chair. In the 1950s when most chairs were made of rigid wood, the Bertoia line of furniture – with welded wire and a springy feel – were totally innovative. Knoll International produced the...
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  • Jonas Lindstroem

    Jonas Lindstroem is a photographer and director working between Berlin and London. He studied at University of the Arts Berlin and London College of Communication, graduating 2014 in Berlin. He has worked for an impressive list of clients and has done some amazing work over the past few years. Definitely worth to have a look...
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  • Nico Krijno

    With a background in theatre and experimental video, South African artist Nico Krijno switched camps to the field of visual arts around 2008. His performance-based photographic practice is realised in a variety of media, from sculpture, participatory installation and video. I am deeply fascinated by the tension I sense beneath...
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  • Jonathan Calugi

    Jonathan Calugi is an illustrator based in Italy working in his self-proclaimed chaotic workspace. He creates clean illustration and pattern works, each piece inspired by fast doodles, cleaned up with minimal lines and simple, uncomplicated colours. One can spend quite some time looking at his drawing, discovering new things, and if you...
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  • Mate Moro

    Mate Moro is a London based photographer, I stumbled upon his Tumblr (a visual diary) and tried to find some client based work as well. I really like the crops and framing of his images, somehow the lines just seem to fall into place. He often plays with perspective or tries...
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  • The Turner Collective

    The Turner Collective is a conceptual design and production laboratory which models objects of desire that can challenge concepts of space, form, function and user interaction. Established in 2008 by architect Michael Turner. Turner is known for doing the art direction of the Olympic Opening Ceremony in Sidney in 2000....
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  • Shaz Madani

    Shaz Madani is an independent designer and art director based in London. He has some great print work with often a very type based presence. I made a very general selection of his work so definitely worth stopping by his portfolio and dig a bit deeper in his work.

  • Eddie Chacon

    Eddie Chacon is a Los angeles based photographer. He’s been shooting for about 5 years now and has developed a strong identity throughout. With a background in music, Eddy sees photography no different. In his work as musician as well as his photography he seeks for a story, a narration which often translates to some kind...
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  • Nicolas Polli

    Nicolas Polly is a Swiss Photographer and graphic designer based in Lausanne. I’ve always been quite jealous on photographers, and to be able to both take pictures and make great graphics is a skill to be jealous off. Have a look at Nicolas’s website, I made a very rough collection...
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  • Jean-Philippe Bretin

    Based in Paris, independent designer Jean-Philppe Bretin has just set up shop. For a couple of years he has been learning from the best and has started his own studio earlier this year. His book works are absolutely wonderful, playful but with an air of elegance to them. Next to...
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  • Martina Giammaria

    Martina Giammaria is a Milan based photographer and editor of the ‘Untitled Girlfriends‘ Tumblr blog, a project which combines well curated photographs accompanied with a short story, something like an extended caption. Drop by her portfolio to check out her personal and client based work, its well worth it.

  • Polypropylene Chair by Robin Day

    I’m pretty confident that all of you will know this chair. Its indeed Robin Day’s 1963 Polypropylene Chair, or rather the 2015 remake, which is basically exactly the same as the original. The main reason why we all know it must be that they sold so many of them, and...
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  • Matthieu Visentin

    A selection of work by Swiss graphic designer Matthieu Visentin a.k.a. Kommak. Very type sensitive design and great greyscale work. Have a look at the selection below or drop by his portfolio.

  • Emanuele Ferrari

    A very random selection of Milan based photographer and art director Emanuele Ferrari. I came across his 35mm Tumblr project and couldn’t help to check out his website. The selection below is a little bit mixed, but the majority is analoge. Drop by his website and Tumblr.