Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Maurizio Anzeri

Graduating with a MA in sculpture the use of threadwork has always be apparent in the work she has made including that of huge hair sculptures in her earlier work. In family album though Anzeri has taken photographs carefully stitching over them leaving the eyes and mouth fully visible, the result is a somewhat disturbing and beautiful image. See more of the work at: or if your in london you can get down to the photographers gallery.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Karen Knorr

Animals in stately homes seems to be Karen Knorr's thing as she explores these bizarre and intriguing scenes in her work 'Fables'. See more of these images at her site on:

Monday, April 27, 2009

Gail Albert Halaban

A beautiful series of images by Halaban capturing those through their windows an almost voyeuristic view of cinematic proportions. See more of the work at:

Thursday, April 23, 2009

London Original Prints Fair

My work Abnormal Beauty no.5 is on display at this years London Original Prints fair at the royal academy of arts. Those interested at checking it out can get down there by the 26th, its on display at stand 21 which is the eyestorm stand. To see more of my work which eyestorm are selling visit there site at:

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


So a very interesting photography blog with a very interesting idea, basically the idea of photochaining is that photographers go out and take some arty cool photographs on a cheap memory card, they then name that memory card and pop it into a envelope, the envelope is then left somewhere interesting with a note about the site, the finder then uploads the photographs to the site, erase the card and you the finder begins the process. You can see more of the project at:

Monday, April 20, 2009

Josef Schulz

Josef Schulz creates vast landscapes of commercial shopping districts to create a unique look of the world we see everyday. Taking inspiration from the likes of Thomas Ruff and the Beacher's to look at the everyday with a constant consistency that it becomes something else. See more of the work at:

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Pieter Hugo

Pieter Hugos series of images showing various men with animals ranging from hyenas to pythons depict the animal handlers of a street circus in Nigeria. You can see more of the work at:

Friday, April 17, 2009

Andrew Mackie

Started whilst studying photography at Nottingham Trent University the bin a day project by Andrew Mackie is a collection of images of the Taylor Continental 1100 bin he found he saw everyday in a variety of different places. You can see more of the work at:

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Kerry Sharbakka

Perhaps better known for his falling series, in which Sharbakka falls from various items whilst his girlfriend photographs, since 2005 though he has been involved in a series of work called 'fluid.' The photographs depict the human interaction with water ranging from drought to drowning. You can see more of the work at:

Sunday, April 12, 2009

The Glue Society

Using everyones favorite birds eye view of the world google earth and digital manipulation the glue society have created this unique view of biblical scenes ranging from the ark to the parting of the red sea. You can see more of the work at:

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Karen Brett

A brave but beautiful series of photographs depicting 'the myth of sexual loss' by artist Karen Brett. The close up, intimate shots suit the mood well with natural day lighting accompanying the flesh tones well. You can see more of the work at:

Monday, April 6, 2009

Myoung Ho Lee

Separating trees from their natural surroundings, asking us to question its reality in such a surrounding the uniquely simple but clever work of Myoung Ho Lee, the south korean photographer is creating quite a stir at the moment. See more of the work at:

Friday, April 3, 2009

Kornkrit Jianpinidnan

Kornkrit Jianpinidnan's walking with ghosts series uses a strange mix of shapes and colour to create a intense and strangely eerie collection of work. You can see more at:

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Philipp Ebeling

Ebeling's images, 10minutes, One afternoon in Whitechapel won the Observer Award in 2004. These striking photographs captured a remarkable mood of the day, more of the work can be seen at:

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Rebecca Ayre

Rebecca Ayre is concerned with the idea of nostalgia, with the ideas of longing after the past, keeping hold of old photographs in an attempt to keep hold of the way things used to be. Combing old photographs she has created the interesting images above, you can see more of her work at the satchi online gallery: