Penguin Random House has launched a new initiative to support under-represented illustrators – offering a free workshop, portfolio reviews and mentoring from an in-house designer at Penguin Random House
Aron Mörel – founder of photo and fine art book publisher Morel Books – on making photobooks, why it’s important to give artists room to experiment and why photographers should do their research before approaching publishers…
As part of our photo special this week, we’ve been talking to London publishers about the joys and challenges of making photobooks. Here, Hannah Watson – Director of Trolley Books – discusses publishing books on motherhood, civil rights and London’s first ever AIDS ward
Up Front Brewing’s new range of craft beers features artwork from long-term Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood – and take inspiration from Herman Melville’s Moby Dick
As part of our Photo Week special, Wyatt-Clarke & Jones co-founder James Gerrard-Jones and We Folk agent Rose Clayton share some wise advice on getting signed, developing your practice and the key to a happy photographer/agent relationship
The photobook scene has grown considerably over the past decade thanks to a wave of new indie publishers, bookshops and events. As part of our Photo Week special, we talk to Self Publish Be Happy founder Bruno Ceschel about its enduring appeal
A new exhibition at the Museum of London brings together some beautiful, eerie and poignant images of the city after dark. We talk to curator Anna Sparham about the photography show.
A new book from Gestalten features some beautiful and unusual gas stations from around the world – and looks back to a time when the humble petrol station was something of a novelty
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From The Chemical Brothers to Little Dorrit, The Streets to Doctor Who, Adam Smith has had an eclectic and distinctive directing career. As his first feature film, Trespass Against Us, is released, we talk to him about working with Michael Fassbender, making the perfect concert visuals, and the importance of finding projects that speak to you.
In 1968, Nick Hedges was asked by Shelter to photograph some of the families living in Britain’s slums. Here, he discusses how he documented the housing crisis as part of a five year project and helped communicate the first concerns of the charity.