Film: Thomas Slack

We’ve just discovered the work of LA based photographer and filmmaker Thomas Slack and we’ve fallen in love with it. In Route One, Thomas takes us on a road trip along Big Sur inspired by Charles Bukowski’s poem “Don’t Forget”. Great work Thomas! Route One from thomas slack on Vimeo.

One Question Interview: Amanda Baeza

Mr. Spoqui is a ‘family zine’ edited by Tiago, Blanca, Milena and Amanda Baeza, four siblings living in Lisbon, Portugal. Mr Spoqui is published every two months and each issue explores a special and sometimes unusual subject. Amanda answers to our one question interview this week! Thanks Amanda! Mr. Spoqui is the perfect example of a creative family project, did your parents somehow … Read More

Submission: Maxime Guyon

Maxime Guyon is a Swiss photography student at ECAL. Here’s a short introduction to one to Maxime’s new series called ‘Landscaping Studies’, which we really like. This is a personal study and interpretation of the landscaping in Swiss mountain environment. Maxime was visually inspired by Rhône Glacier in the Alps. In this series he references to Nicolas Faure, who forced Maxime to study every … Read More

One Question Interview: Oisín Share

Oisín Share is an Irish graphic designer based in Manchester, UK. Though Oisín specialises in print-based projects, he also creates corporate identities and other communication imagery for art exhibitions, and photography for leading international publications. Oisín is the first to contribute to our new One Question Interview. What is the most exciting thing about working in the creative industries? What do … Read More

Haleh Jamali: Artist / Curator

Haleh Jamali is a multidisciplinary artist working with a wide range of media and techniques that have included painting, video, photography, installation and performance. Jamali was the curator of the Edinburgh Iranian Festival’s visual arts strand in 2013. The exhibition you can see in the film was created around the theme of ‘borders,’ and presented work from international artists alongside contemporary … Read More