“I don’t like colour. The real factories that I love, they’re black-and-white experiences. Colour putrefies them… I really love the oil-impregnated earth, you know, where the earth is gleaming with black oil and there is steel and brick and glass and these machines, and smokestacks and the smoke and the fire. It’s an amazing, phenomenal thing.”
Following on from last year’s Radiant Dawn print, I’ve just received this lush new Dan Mumford print from the same series (although my backlog of pictures to frame isn’t getting any smaller). Stunning colour palette and tight composition.
I’ve just completed this identity for my good friend Lindford Lowe’s new video production company.
I was a bit gutted that this amazing Soundgarden poster by Dan Mumford was sold out by the time I found out about it but luckily, I bagged the equally impressive screen print “Radiant Dawn” from his online store. All is well.
Not sure where to start with Kim Høltermand’s incredibly serene landscape and architectural photography because there’s so much of it and it’s consistently impressive, although some of the series could have been edited down a bit. (more…)
I recently did another 3 day etching course. It was great to be back amongst the inks and smells of the etching studio at Camberwell College of Arts, but 3 days is hardly enough time to get your juices flowing with a process as slow and methodical as etching. (more…)
I just visited an enthralling exhibition by artist Gemma Anderson at the Eb & Flow Gallery near Old Street in London. She has developed a focused artistic practice in which she takes an analytical approach that is similar to scientific research. (more…)
I recently came across Nenad Saljic’s incredible photographs of the Matterhorn via an old post on the ISO50 Blog. Saljic has visited Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn countless times since 2009 to capture the majestic peak in a range of light and weather conditions. (more…)