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Stanley Donwood reveals the creative process behind Radiohead’s iconic artworks

2019-12-11T12:04:48+01:00December 11th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

If you're a fan of Radiohead, you'll already be familiar with Stanley Donwood, regarded as one of the most important visual artists of his generation and the genius behind the band's iconic art. From My Iron Lung in 1994 to the more recent A Moon Shaped Pool, Donwood has collaborated with Radiohead since he met [...]

‘Be ambitious, be seen, be celebrated’ – that’s the rallying cry as the World Illustration Awards calls for entries

2019-12-10T12:05:07+01:00December 10th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

The World Illustration Awards 2020 is now open for entries. Presented by the Association of Illustrators (AOI) in partnership with the US-based Directory of Illustration, this year's competition has seen some exciting updates. Open to established and emerging illustrators living and working in any country, for 2020 the Awards has introduced ten refreshed categories including [...]

Director Izzy Burton tells the story of Stella to highlight loneliness among older people at Christmas

2019-12-10T12:04:44+01:00December 10th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Today, national charity Re-engage and Oscar award-winning animation studio Passion Animation Studios have unveiled their animated film, highlighting the challenges of loneliness among older people at Christmas. For many of us, Christmas is undoubtedly the most wonderful time of the year. But for over half a million older people, the season is not something to [...]

Women on Sofas: Photographs by Ruby Steele ask us to reconsider what it means to feel safe as a woman

2019-12-10T12:04:28+01:00December 10th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

In her series, Women on Sofas, London photographer Ruby Steele takes a closer look at how women of all ages and backgrounds are perceived in today's society. Their strengths, their weakness, how they even see themselves in both private and public life – these are the themes Ruby explores through her images that all centre [...]

Photographs by Lucie Rox that capture the feeling of being ‘Lost in Translation’ in Japan

2019-12-09T12:04:36+01:00December 9th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

During a short trip to Japan, photographer Lucie Rox captured the novelty we all feel when travelling through a place that looks unrecognisable to our home country. Brought together for a new book, Signs reveals the streets, objects and people Rox encountered, giving us a glimpse of everyday life and Japanese culture. "It's about the [...]

Photographs that reveal how China’s own film industry is now bigger than Hollywood

2019-12-09T12:04:17+01:00December 9th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Ever wondered how photography and movies shape our perceptions of history and truth, reality and make-believe? It's something that is of great interest to American photographer, Mark Parascandola. In his critically acclaimed photobook, Once Upon a Time in Almería: The Legacy of Hollywood in Spain (published by Daylight Books), he documented a bygone era of [...]

Photographs by Robert Götzfried reveal the surprising quiet of Tokyo at night

2019-12-07T12:04:36+01:00December 7th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

One of the most surprising things about Tokyo is how quiet it is at night. It's something photographer Robert Götzfried noticed on a recent visit to the world's biggest city. With around 38 million people living there, you'd think that it would be buzzing wherever you go. But that's not the case when you step [...]