17.04.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Daylen Seu

A selection of work by Los Angeles-based illustrator and animator Daylen Seu. More images below.

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17.04.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Andrew Williams

A selection of photos from “Modern American Lostness” by photographer Andrew Williams. More images below.

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17.04.17 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Palma Blank

A selection of paintings by Brooklyn-based Palma Blank. More images of her work below.

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17.04.17 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Artist Cam Collins

Drawings by Chicago-based artist Cam Collins who bravely submitted work to our recent Constructive Criticism post! See more of Cam’s work below.

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14.04.17 by Jeff

Vancouver Photo Book Fair 2017

Photo: Hikaru Hayashi

 

Heads up Vancouver-based photographers and photography-lovers, the Vancouver Photo Book Fair is happening in a week over at Western Front! There aren’t too many things I love more than a good book of photos and this event is free and open to the public!

This first-ever Vancouver Photo Book Fair is organized in partnership with the Vancouver Art Book Fair, which is the longest-running international art book fair in Canada! Have a look below at all the full info including the event hours and full list of local and international exhibitors!

 

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14.04.17 by Staff

Creepy-Cute Tiny Baby Head Sculptures by Artist Qixuan Lim


Singapore-born, Eindhoven-based artist Qixuan Lim’s tiny sculptures blur the boundary between cute and creepy. See more miniature baby heads and sharp-toothed hearts below.

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14.04.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Dan Sully

A selection of photos from “Tokyo Taxi” by London-based filmmaker and photographer Dan Sully. More images below.

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14.04.17 by Jeff

Fiiiirst: Visual Conversations Between Pairs of Photographers

Photo by Valerie Chiang

 

Fiiiirst is a project by Guillaume Tomasi which orchestrates exchanges between pairs of photographers whose identities are kept secret from one another. One photographer shoots a photo and the other responds to it with a photo of their own. They go back and forth for a couple months and then the results are published and identities are revealed. The images I’ve included here are from an exchange between photographers Valerie Chiang and Olivier Seignette. Have a look at the rest of their conversation below.

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