Do you find yourself struggling to come up with new ideas? Then these five tips from John Ingledew, extracted from his new book How To Have Great Ideas: A Guide to Creative Thinking, may provide some inspiration….
We chat to Nicholas Goodden about his street photography, from moody film noir style imagery, to candid portraits and abstract architectural shots
For his new exhibition at Riflemaker gallery in London, adman and artist Graham Fink documents the building sites of Shanghai, revealing both the demolition but also some of the intriguing stories left behind…
Antonia Wilson joins the team on the set of our exclusive photoshoot for this month’s issue, samples Saturn’s delicious treacle tart layer, and asks what’s on the current menu for food photography and styling
In our Food and Drink issue we interview the brilliant chef Yotam Ottolenghi on the importance of design, profile The Black Farmer, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, meet YouTube food sensations Sorted, visit Food Assembly in Frome and Our Vodka in Hackney, talk apps, fast food and karma, and bring you food photography that is out of this world
Thinking of changing job, going freelance or even setting up on your own? The Dots’ Pip Jamieson has some top tips for anyone looking to reinvigorate their career
With open access to more items than ever before, NYPL’s digital collections now include a treasure trove of restriction-free high res photographs, illustrations, maps, etchings, historical documents and other archive ephemera
‘What Lies Beneath’, a new series of portraits of ballet dancers by Rick Guest, opens at the Hospital Club Gallery in London next week.
In giving voice to women drummers and guitarists, US magazines Tom Tom and She Shreds are radically reshaping the music industry on more inclusive lines. Here the founders discuss the importance of role models, taking on sexism and rewriting music history, and how establishing themselves in print is just one aspect of a much wider movement
A moving new photobook from Elin Høyland captures the now solitary life of Edvard Bjedlland, living in a remote part of the south-west coast of Norway