13.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Antoine Cossé

A selection of work by Paris-born, London-based cartoonist and illustrator Antoine Cossé. More images below.

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11.04.17 by Staff

Reader Submission: “Exhibition Labels” by Artist Le Quidam

Paris and London-based street artist Le Quidam attaches exhibition labels to everyday occurrences. Discovered via our monthly Reader Submissions! See more images below.

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27.03.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Nicolas Dehghani

Personal work by Paris-based illustrator Nicolas Dehghani, director at CRCR. Click here for previous post. See more images below.

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09.03.17 by Staff

“Build From Memory” by Artist Augustine Kofie

A new series of painting and collage work by Los Angeles-based artist Augustine Kofie (previously featured here). See more images from “Build From Memory” below or on display at Galerie Openspace in Paris until April 1.

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09.03.17 by Staff

“The Shanghai Chronicles” by Photographer Anna Broujean

French photographer Anna Broujean explores a land where you can wear pyjamas during the day and monks play with smartphones hidden in their sleeves. See more delightful images from “The Shanghai Chronicles” below.

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29.01.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Alice Wietzel

A selection of work by Paris-based illustrator Alice Wietzel. See more images below.

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26.01.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Osma Harvilahti

A selection of photos by Paris-based photographer Osma Harvilahti. Click here for previous posts. More images below.

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13.01.17 by Staff

“Cannot Take Photo” by Artist Taylor Holland

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Eating a Book

 

You may remember American artist Taylor Holland from his brilliantly absurd “FRA[MES]” project we featured a few years back (click here for previous posts). A father now, Holland’s latest project chronicles his failed attempts to document his son’s first year of life.

Due to an iPhone frequently lacking memory, rather than a series of clearly recorded moments, what Holland has instead is a collection of blurry approximations of the photos that would have been. See more bittersweet out-of-storage notifications from “Cannot Take Photo” below!

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