Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered
The Rescued Film Project recently discovered and processed 31 rolls of film shot by an American WWII soldier over 70 years ago.
Joyce Kim: Wake Up And Live
The wonderful folks at Booooooom and Nixon asked photographer Joyce Kim to collect some snaps of her life that represent the Nixon theme “Wake Up And Live”.
35mm Fun: Diana Rahim
This week's 35mm Fun looks at Diana Rahim: the Singaporean eye behind these spatious and otherwordly images taken in northern Europe.
Conflict, Time, Photography At The Tate Modern
Instead of the familiar displays of graphic violence, Tate Modern in London's Conflict, Time, Photography evokes a meditative vision of the traumas of war due to what is largely absent in its images – the human figure.
Illustrators Around the World Respond To The #CharlieHebdo Attack in Paris
After yesterday's horrifying events, which saw 12 journalists shot dead at the Paris headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, illustrators and cartoonists from around the world have paid tribute.
35mm Fun: Argus Paul
Our first 35mm Fun of the New Year sees the Korean-American photographer and artist getting involved "in a dialogue with something greater than himself". And clearly having fun along the way.
Kate Nolan's Personal Process
Telling a story is much easier when you know what's going on in the mind of your subject. Dublin-based Kate Nolan’s revealing portraits of women are concerned not only with aesthetics, but the thoughts and hopes of the people on show.
Sebastião Salgado In Paris
Wim Wenders-curated exhibition of Sebastião Salgado’s photography is in it's last week at Polka Galerie, Paris.
Lewis Hine and Tony Soprano: Docu(la)menting America
Through Lewis Hine's photographs of Italians arriving at Ellis Island to David Chase's depiction of cultural loss in The Sopranos, the immigrant story comes full circle.
The Man Who Made Fashion Surreal
Guy Bourdin's largest ever exhibition's happening at Somerset House, so here's a survey of the man who once shredded an art dealer's blank cheque.
Caste Quality On Van Styles
Earlier this year, Caste Quality visited Van Styles for a few days in San Fernando Valley for their "Artisan Series" set of short films.
The Echo Forest By Hamish Robertson
Brand new to Hamish Robertson's Vacation Days site, and definitely on our Christmas list, is The Echo Forest, a limited edition book comprised of 23 photographic representations of California’s Echo Forest.