Sinziana Velicescu

In the ongoing series 'On the Periphery', photographer Sinziana Velicescu captures minimal images of Los Angeles, her hometown. Through her pictures, we get to see a new, calm side of the otherwise very stressful yet iconic city. Using photography as a form of meditation, Velicescu uses it to cope with the hectic lifestyle bound by deadlines and LA traffic.

Hyères 2014 finalists

The 29th edition of Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography announced their 10 finalists in the fields of photography and fashion design. Fun fact, the jury was curated by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, the creative directors of Kenzo. It's a great way to get in touch with new upcoming artists. In the gallery below, you can find the 10 finalists in the field of fashion design.

Michael Wolf

For the last couple of years, Hong Kong became one of the densest urban centers of the world. 'The Architecture of Density' by Michael Wolf tries to capture this by focusing on the uniformity of the many apartment complexes in the city. For my London people, you can go see the exhibition until 22 february at the Flowers Gallery on Cork Street. 

Visual Victuals

This visual cookbook from Jennifer McDonald is great. I love when people combine excellent food photography with graphic design. The artist took an alternative and analytical approach, by using infographics, into explaining how to cook certain recipes. Yum.  


JeeYoung Lee

South Korean artist JeeYoung Lee has produced some amazing works. Using absolutely no photoshop, she convinces us of the tactile possibilities in this digital age. "Restrained by the inherent limits of the conventional photographic medium, she adds plastic creativity and theatrical performance to it, in order to blow life into her immense needs of expression, and interrogation." To experience more of her colorful works, check out her official website