Winners of the 2nd annual Magnum Photography Awards have been announced, with winning work including a series that explores the decadence of life in Dubai and another that documents street protests in South Korea
The graduating class of Birmingham City University’s BA (Hons) Photography course put up a group show titled Origin at Free Range in London. Featured here are some of the students that stood out to us
John Spinks’ photobook The New Village takes a poetic look at his hometown, a former mining village in North Warwickshire. The landscape and its inhabitants play an imaginative role in his sombre narrative
Here’s our favourite work from Camberwell UAL’s Undergraduate Design Programme, including an illustrated Jataka tale and a typeface inspired by North East England’s steel making traditions.
Opening tomorrow at Colchester’s Firstsite gallery, Ed Gold: Other Worlds brings together four decades of the photographer’s documentary work, including never before seen images from his series, Nowitna. We spoke to Gold about the theme of isolation that threads through his oeuvre and his purpose as a documentarian
London-based photographer Tom Oldham traveled across the highlands of southern Africa to document the mysterious lives of the Basotho sheep and cattle herders. The series of portraits titled The Herder Boys of Lesotho will be on view for the first time in London later this month.
Having spent last weekend in Annie Atkins’ basement studio, attending a two-day workshop on Graphic Design for Filmmaking, Salonee Gadgil now knows a thing or two about the inner workings of a film’s art department – and how to make Dracula a passport
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It’s easy to think of the films of Stanley Kubrick as the work of a singular creative vision, the result of an uncompromising director with a reputation for having things his own way. Some of the most vivid images in cinema have come out of his filmmaking and his pioneering science-fiction epic, 2001: A Space […]
Black Mirror production designer Joel Collins on bringing Charlie Brooker’s dystopian visions to life
Motion graphics and VFX company Painting Practice has worked on Black Mirror since the series started in 2011. We talked to co-founder and the series production designer Joel Collins about bringing Charlie Brooker’s dystopian visions to life on screen
Advertising seems to have a particularly difficult relationship with some subjects. When, for example, did you last see a good ad for sanitary products? 1981 probably (for our older readers) – the year this ad was created. (Actually, I do vaguely remember a couple of other nice campaigns from sometime in the late 80s – […]
When the Brexit referendum result was announced, the creative industries by and large greeted it with dismay. Surveys had previously revealed that the creative industry in general and the design industry in particular was very much in the Remain camp. What the result may mean for the UK’s ability to attract and retain talent, its […]