From microscopic images of household items to moving monochrome portraiture, from Irish rugby stars to the inside of a Tornado jet engine – the winners of the Association of Photographers Awards 2015 have been announced…
A diverse selection of single images and series won awards this at the Association of Photographers Awards 2015, across the commissioned categories of Advertising, Design and Editorial, and the non-commissioned categories of Environment, Fashion & Beauty, Life, Object, Portrait and Project, along with the Assistant and Open Awards.
Here are some of our favourites from this year’s winners and other highlights from the shortlisted work…
Shown above: Robert Wilson, Non-Commissioned Object Single – winner
A new book from the Gentle Author and publisher Spitalfields Life documents the history of East London printing company the Baddeley Brothers. It’s a beautifully presented publication, with typographic tip-ins by David Pearson, hand-drawn artwork by Lucinda Rogers and an illustrated map showing the location of the Baddeley workshops by Adam Dant.
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“I was determined not to follow existing fashion but create new ones,” said Arthur Lasenby Liberty of his intentions for the Liberty brand, which turns 140 this year. A new exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London looks back at the many prints, garments and textiles it has produced, as well as the history of its iconic shop.