Egill Bjarki Jónsson

16 July 2010

Egill Bjarki Jónsson is an Icelandic photographer currently living and working in Copenhagen. Thanks for the email.

Pete Dungey

13 July 2010



Pete is a graduating Graphic Design student at the University of Brighton working for print, installation and web.


02 July 2010


Amazing images from Russian photographer Garmonique.

Hirofumi Inaba

30 June 2010


A nice series of shots of Baja, California by Hirofumi Inaba




Undoing is a butoh performance series that explores modes of erasing the individual mind’s claim to the body. This radical point of erasure between object and subject is pursued in order to achieve a quality of emptiness. Once the individual has been eclipsed, the ego silenced, the body will be danced. Undoing will undo itself everyday on the Drostdy Lawns at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown.

Concept & Music: Orlando & Givan Lötz

Performance: Frauke

Costumes: Black Coffee

Styling: Nicole Van Heerden

Photography: Brett Rubin

Gabriel Jones wrote in to tell us about his recent project shooting for Arcade Fire’s new album cover, entitled The Suburbs.

These images where taken during a road trip in various suburbs in Texas followed by a studio shoot in Montreal where the selected suburb images where then projected on a large projection screen. The car and band members where positioned in front of the various suburb landscapes. This series of images are exploring a north American suburb experience and the memory that one can have from their suburban youth. A silksceen effect was added in postproduction. Gabriel’s images where also used for a postcard which Arcade Fire used to send out to magazines informing them about their upcoming shows and news about the album release. The series was art directed by Vincent Morisset and designed by Caroline Robert. Arcade Fire’s album is coming out on august 3rd and 4th.

The Dead Photos

27 May 2010

Above are a few photos from an in interesting project titled The Dead Photos

Bicycle Portraits

25 May 2010





Everyday South Africans and their bicycles. A photographic book in the making.

Photographers Stan Engelbrecht and Nic Grobler are using the pledge-for-reward Kickstarter social platform to take pre-orders (with benefits) for a photographic book they are working on about contemporary South African bicycle commuter culture.  A $50 pledge for example is essentially a pre-order for the book. If they do not reach their funding goal the project will be cancelled and no pledges will be forwarded from the project backers to them.

Only 23 days left.

Please visit – or – to get involved or find out more about their project.


19 May 2010




Canal&Essex is a collection of words and pictures seen through the eyes of the artist
Wonford St. James.


17 May 2010

Martin Donnelly updates.