"All these modern surrealist artists just paint without trying to do anything but attract your attention. And that’s really interesting to me — I don’t want to know the meaning or message, I just want to be attracted."
"I have spent the whole summer in the library absorbed by ancient literature."
"I love the eternal aspect of film photography. I like that you are not able to erase the failed pictures..."
"I’ve always dreamed about a life on the road, camping out in the woods and sleeping under the stars, being a writer. Leaving had always seemed 'unrealistic,' 'irresponsible', ‘impossible’— until I walked out the door."
We know the French love their grub, and Laura Manfre (an illustrator based in France) is reinforcing that stereotype through her art.
Sannwald’s brand of perfection prompts pause and applause — an effect that defines not just to his work on John Legend's “Made to Love,” but highlights his ability to overcome our instinct to click, consume and carry on.
To some, clothing is more than something you merely place on your body. A garment becomes an object that can represent countless meanings and interpretations to the onlooker. This is especially true when fashion crosses over to the art realm where it is given an entirely new definition.
We love to see sisters doing it for themselves, and indeed, for each other. That's why, in a landscape where a lot of creative industry is male dominated, we're so keen to champion women (both young and old) who are making a mark in their chosen field. In this case, here are some young women whose photography has absolutely captivated and inspired us; 10 female photographers under 30 that you should definitely know about if you don't already...