Mike Ellis

Shows off some beautiful examples of editorial work he’s created for a variety of clients on his site. He’s also responsible for a number of very cool zines for a few dollars each that are well worth a look into!

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Stephan Tillmans

Remember those chunky old television sets that would flicker when you switched them off? Well believe it or not these are stills taken German photograph Stephan Tillmans just as they were turned off. I would never imagine in a million years that something so simple and done by millions of people across the world was actually so beautiful.

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Philippe Caza

Pretty amazing stuff created way back in the 70s from the renowned French comic artist. The colours are very much of that time period but if you look at the illustrations themselves they are hardly dated, in fact a few months ago I posted up a piece by Paul Putzar which looks eerily similar to Phillippe.

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Sarah Schönfeld

" Sarah Schönfeld squeezed drops of various legal and illegal liquid drug mixtures onto negative film which had already been exposed. Each drop altered the coating of the film. Much like the effect of some of these substances on humans, this can be a lengthy process – sometimes one that can barely be stopped.

She then enlarged these negatives including the chemical reaction of the particular drug, to sizes of up to 160 x 200 cm. All of the substances behaved very differently: the shapes and colors that appeared showed unique characteristics and revealed unique internal universes. Schönfeld explores the possibilities of photography at the frontiers of what can be visually portrayed– the interface between representation and reality. “

Wanted to say this for years :


Terry Richardson is a complete wanker. Some creepy, molesting, should be in prison, wanker.

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Raymond Lemstra

I feel incredibly out of touch but I had no idea NoBrow produced and published work like that. It is absolutely incredible as a piece I think you will be hard pressed to disagree, the dim colour palette adds to the dark mood of the piece, this shady figure on the front of this book.

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Augusto Arduini & Giuditta Brusadelli & The Clocksmiths

Beautiful piece of branding coming out of a trio of Italian creatives from the great city of Milan. To the last detail everything has been thought through, even the gif has been tidied up to the concept of dance and movement but in a very slow, poetic and elegant manner. The graphic shapes painted onto the dancers bodies is in tune with the broad lines of the typography.

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Brodinski & Gesaffelstein / Sònar 2012

It’s always beautiful to listen back to something just as it was being cultivated and created, really tidy mix by the Parisian boys.

Rebecca Mock

Incredibly relaxing and picturesque gifs from Rebecca Mock, I hope someone somewhere in publishing takes note of this for digital children’s books. Even though the animation is so simple and subtle they really do bring so much life into each individual image. They are all so quiet and peaceful it just settles your mood and you get lost in the moments they create.

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Magdalena Wosinska

This will feel rather harsh but I’m not sure where I stand on Magdalena’s work. On the one hand it’s brilliant at what it does, it sets out to be pretty, to be beautiful, to be one of those images that has a million notes on tumblr because every teenage girl gawks at it. Beards, semi nude girls, carefree people and beautiful landscapes to match. So it hits the nail on the head with what she wants to achieve.

Having said that, I find that uninteresting. The only images that caught my eye are the two above, which really only the first one I would class as magnificent. It’s architectural, structured, interesting and far more artistic with the class of the background against the very geometric shape of her clothing clashing against the razor sharp background.

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Visually spectacular and certainly pleasing n the eye is Witchoria geometrically manipulated photography causing in some cases a mirror effect which creates surreal and unusual shapes of its own.

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Olivia Locher

Entitled ‘I fought the Law’ the concept is based on ridiculous laws and rules and disobeying them. It’s illegal to place an ice-cream cone in your back pocket in Alabama, it’s illegal to wear transparent clothes in Rhode Island, you are unable to tickle a womens’ chin in Marine and you certainly can not give a child in Texas an unusual haircut, no matter how awesome it is.

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White Material - 1 Does Not Kno

Imagine a sex-fueled animalistic nightclub outside of our grasp of reality. Everyone is in a drug-induced delirium of lustful rage, everyone becomes a malicious creature stuck inside a cage. White Material crafts the anthems of all those who lived for the sake of glorious self-gratification.

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In all seriousness though


Never thought we would amount to anything close to the followers we have today, very humbling. I know I’ve possibly celebrated too many milestones in terms of how many people follow us but I think 10,000 is a more than acceptable number to give thanks for.

Also I can’t believe five people unfollowed us after I posted a selfie lol