Art Quest: Behance ,what is and how it works?

Mission Statement: Behance , part of the Adobe family, is the leading online platform to showcase & discover creative work. The creative world updates their work in one place to broadcast it widely and efficiently. Companies explore the work and access talent on a global scale. How to get Started Quick Guide: Creative people around the world […]

Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: – Face2Face with Graffiti Legends

In this article we will show you the interviews made to the greatest graffiti’s legends of the New York scene that have made history from the 70’s to today, all the footage collected in three simple videos. Part 1: [with Skuf,Daze,Chino,Ket,Cope2,JA,Futura,Noxer,VFR,Kaws etc.] Part 2: Part 3 (Final): The game: ‘Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contest under […]

Yoshi Kametani – PLAYED

Played represents the first solo project by Yoshi Kametani following his recent successful collaborations with Daisuke Yokota and IPG Project. A conceptual work in the form of a hybrid book (part photobook, part novella) based on events that take place in the criminal underworld of New York City. The protagonist, bored with his mundane existence and day to day routine, decides […]

Olivier Pin-Fat – PABAIGA

Pabaiga by Olivier Pin-Fat presents a crucible of various darkroom processing and analog printing techniques. Working solely with analog materials, often outdated, Pin-Fat’s work  attempts to shift the image or aesthetic either during the film processing stage or in the darkroom with the photographic print itself. The result of an artist residency with Kaunas Gallery in […]

Allen Frame Photography

Allen Frame lives in New York where he teaches photography at the School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute, and the International Center of Photography. He has also taught photography workshops in Mexico and Russia. His book Detour, a compilation of his photographs over a decade, was published by Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg in 2001. He is represented by Gitterman […]

Younés Klouche – ORPHÉE

Orphée by Younès Klouche is a photobook inspired by the similarly titled film from 1950 by Jean Cocteau, itself a reinterpretation of the classic Greek myth of Orpheus. Cocteau’s film features simple but ingenious special effects and explores the symbolism of mirrors as a representation of death. In Klouche’s book, mirrors and visual mirroring feature not […]

Hesperios #1 – Eudaimonia

An annual two volume art and literary journal, Hesperios is an anthology of classic and contemporary art and literature. Each issue presents collections of works by both celebrated and emerging artists. The hesperios journal is designed not only to be a collectors item, but also as a means to discover new artists, cultivate curiosity, and […]

Mincho # 12

With his series of books on cities and countries, the Czech illustrator Miroslav Sasek became a point of reference, fuelling curiosity in a period in which travelling was at the reach of very few people. But, our perception of the city has changed greatly since the late 1950s. Our cover artist, the architect and artist […]