From a teen “skater-punk” documenting the exploits of the New York City youth scene through his video camera, to an award-winning photographer acclaimed for poetically capturing candid and intimate moments of those around him, New York-based artist Ryan McGinley has come a long way – and his practice continues to evolve, writes Indigo Clarke.
New Romantics:RODARTE discover instant history in the La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles.
Hijacking boutique dressing rooms and posing in outrageously priced attire, Muliarchyk's self-described 'guerrilla photography' makes fantasy a momentary reality for the Belarus-born beauty, writes Indigo Clarke.
Mapping the middle ground between apparent opposites, Parisian multi- disciplinary artist Cyprien Gaillard distills the vandalism, decay and banality of urban architecture into images of unlikely beauty.
It's the end of the world as we know it: Jewellery designer Delfina Delletrez Fendi on her obsession with Mayan prophecies.
From the people’s revolution and Napoleon post-battle, to a powdered boudoir, Marie Antoinette’s white floral obsession and the intangible scent of the moon, historic and abstract themes are inspiring the renaissance of Maison de Cire Trudon.
As it turns out, lifelong hoarding can have its up-sides. When Brooklyn native, Mike Gallagher, began obsessively sifting through flea markets for fashion magazines and photography as a child, he never imagined a career developing from it.
Ryan McGinley, photographer, reveals his good luck charm.
Before statement bags existed, iconic Venetian accessories label Roberta di Camerino was in the business of creating them.
Appearing as abstract and enigmatic remnants of dreams, Dutch artist Cris Brodahl’s fragmented portraits distil themes of violence, beauty and femininity within their invisible brushstrokes.
Cross media artist Megan Marrin transforms disturbing and beautiful encounters into visual poetry writes Indigo Clarke.