Culture

The Humans of New York

Cult blog Humans of New York has gone one step further with a 12-episode docuseries; each episode an extension of the images and stories that we’ve grown to love and crave more of over the past seven years.

2017-09-05 14:32:56By Clare Potts

Fashion

The Reinvention of Helmut Lang

Along with a host of exciting, contemporary creatives, new 'editor-in-residence' Isabella Burley is taking Helmut Lang back to its roots - and it all starts with an Ethan James Green-shot campaign.

2017-07-27 14:02:37By Angharad Jones

Culture

Voyage by Isabella Thaller

Graphic designer Isabella Thaller documents her solo world trip in her new book, Voyage.

2017-07-18 17:31:48By Angharad Jones

Culture

Documerica: A Unique Insight into 1970s America

Parisian art director Martin Joubert tells us about his latest project Documerica: a series of images documenting life in the USA during the early 1970s.

2017-07-11 16:19:02By Angharad Jones

Culture

True Faith at Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery celebrates the influence Joy Division and New Order have had on the art and fashion world with its exhibition True Faith.

2017-06-27 12:41:16By Angharad Jones

Culture

Yann Rabanier's Cars and Bodies

In a bid to highlight society’s dependence on cars, photographer Yann Rabanier, director and videographer Romain Dussaulx and architect Thomas Cestia have come together to create Cars and Bodies.

2017-05-21 12:46:00By Angharad Jones

Culture

Tom Blachford's Midnight Modern

Tom Blachford photographs Palm Springs' iconic mid-century modern houses, lit up only by the moonlight and odd street lamp.

2017-04-21 09:00:14By Angharad Jones

Culture

Modernism Rediscovered by Julius Shulman

California’s mid-century modern architecture is among some of the most iconic from the 20th century. Characterised by clean, graphic lines, open areas and light spaces, this style of architecture was a new and innovative departure from that which preceded it and is still incredibly influential today.

2017-04-17 09:00:23By Angharad Jones

Culture

Alex Bartsch Retraces Reggae Sleeves in London

Alex Bartsch re-photographs 40 record sleeves from 1967-1987 in their original locations, seamlessly blending them into their present day surroundings.

2017-03-13 11:30:47By Angharad Jones

Culture

An Interview with Anton Rodriguez

London-based photographer Anton Rodriguez talks to Coggles about his debut book 'Residents: Inside the Iconic Barbican Estate'.

2017-01-26 17:37:30By Angharad Jones