Siân Davey, Torquay, 5am. Copyright Siân Davey, courtesy of The Michael Hoppen Gallery, London. “Everybody, to some varying degree, wants to be seen,” photographer Siân Davey said, when I spoke with her by phone from London. We’re discussing a series of images Davey took of her stepdaughter, Martha, as she navigated puberty and the insecurities … Continue reading These Photos Capture the Joy and Awkwardness of Teenage Life
Photo of Michelle Alford by Alayna Wiley. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each week this spring, 15 artists will congregate in a special office at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where they will pick up easels, drop-cloths, and their works-in-progress, before parting ways. Each one will set off to a different gallery in … Continue reading Why Artists Are Allowed to Copy Masterpieces from the World’s Most Prestigious Museums
The picture of the tortured artist has endured for centuries: creative geniuses who struggle with their metaphorical demons and don’t relate to life the same way as most people. Today, we know some of this can be attributed to mental illness: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and many others. We have modern stories about this and … Continue reading Mental Illness in the Web Industry
A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 1 of Erika Hall’s new book, Conversational Design, available now from A Book Apart. Texting is how we talk now. We talk by tapping tiny messages on touchscreens—we message using SMS via mobile data networks, or through apps like Facebook Messenger or … Continue reading Conversational Design
© Maarten Willemstein Over the centuries green has signified many emotions; love, jealousy, health, and more recently the environment. Particularly in the middle ages, it was used to suggest wealth and riches, being used by Leonardo da Vinci as the color of Mona Lisa’s dress. It has also been part of the important tradition to … Continue reading 18 Different Projects That Feature the Color Green
Renowned American graphic designer, Herb Lubalin, best known for his collaborations with Ralph Ginzburg on the magazines Eros, Fact and Avant Garde, is regarded as one of the seminal designers of the 20th century. The, 17 March 2018, will mark what would have been Lubalin's 100th birthday.
Studio Skills: Adobe Bridge. Learn how designers, photographers and creative professionals are using Adobe Bridge to navigate, organize, and place their digital assets.
Inspirational photography galleries that will inspire. A selection of the seven best galleries for the week ending the 16th of March 2018.
First seen on digital-photography-school - If you're stuck indoors on a rainy day, what do you do? Here are 7 ideas for rainy day photography projects are activities you can do at home.