Holly Rowley’s ongoing project, Between the Cheats looks into teenagers on the edge of Seventeen in Liverpool.
Anders Bakken is Graphic designer from Norway based in Luzern, Switzerland. His work mainly focuses on branding, posters, web design and printed media.
Australian born, Georgia Sheales keeps a visual diary of her time living in Berlin.
London, Norwich, Brighton, Cambridge, Amsterdam, Germany, a curry house in Honour Oak Park, carnival, the walk to work, the car park behind the Co-Op, runners at Warschauer Strauss Station and a Prince tribute night. This started in 2014 and finished –
Honest Ed’s was a huge, eccentric department store in Toronto. Opened in 1948 by “Honest” Ed Mirvish, the store was so large that it took up the length of an entire city block. On December 31, 2016, it closed permanently. –
Isabel O’Toole is a Berlin-based photographer from London who, in her own words, “is not interested in art-school jargon or contextualising her work”. These photos were taken in and around Berlin, and are mostly of her friends, but yet they –
20 year old photographer Niall O’Reilly takes to the streets capturing raw moments of life from those around him, in his own words: “I always find it difficult to muster up words when it comes to describing myself as a –
Scott Cutler is a graphic designer based in Los Angeles. His attachment to graffiti during his teenage years established a love of letterforms. Though Scott’s work has now taken on a new identity, the love for type seems still evident. –
Chris Harnan is a Berlin and London based artist and illustrator. His work is process driven and he puts an emphasis on play and experimentation, forcing himself to follow tangents that develop from accidents. His works are a hybrid of –
Devi Heller is a graphic designer and typography enthusiast. While currently based in Amsterdam for his internship at Thonik, he hopes to graduate from Academie Minerva next summer. Below are risographed posters for De Gym, a midnight stage for contemporary –