PROJECT FEATURE: ‘SOMEWHERE BETWEEN NOW AND NEVER’ BY JESSICA RENZELMAN

Somewhere Between Now & Never - Jessica Renzelman In Somewhere Between Now & Never, I use my own photographs and found images to construct an open, non-linear pseudo-documentary narrative based off of the Midwest within an institutional, true-crime-meets-museum-archive installation. It exists somewhere between a fictional and real place, influenced but not entirely created within the … Continue reading PROJECT FEATURE: ‘SOMEWHERE BETWEEN NOW AND NEVER’ BY JESSICA RENZELMAN

PROJECT FEATURE: ‘WALKING HOME’ BY LUCY JARVIS (PHOTOGRAPHER)

Walking Home  - Lucy Jarvis In order to form a connection with the unknown places surrounding a 90-mile driving route, I decided to walk home. The journey, made entirely on foot, spanned 5 days from my University house in Surrey to my childhood home in Essex taking me through four towns that would be my … Continue reading PROJECT FEATURE: ‘WALKING HOME’ BY LUCY JARVIS (PHOTOGRAPHER)

ZINE FEATURE AND REVIEW: HITO – BITO BY HUDA AZZIS // YOUR LOCAL NEWSSTAND

FFO: SOFT AESTHETIC PORTRAITS CAPTURED ON THE STREETS OF TOKYO, JAPAN CONTEXT BEHIND THE BOOK (IN THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OWN WORDS): Hito-Bito translates to "people" in the Japanese language. This zine is a collection of street and portrait photographs featuring everyday Japanese. The photographs are all shot in Tokyo, Japan and were a coincidental project. I … Continue reading ZINE FEATURE AND REVIEW: HITO – BITO BY HUDA AZZIS // YOUR LOCAL NEWSSTAND

PHOTOBOOK + REVIEW: ‘FLING VOL.1’ BY HANNAH TOINTON

FFO:  COLLABORATIVE AND PLAYFUL BEHIND-THE-SCENE IMAGES OF UP-AND-COMING BANDS +  'WONKY POP' LOVERS CONTEXT BEHIND THE BOOK (IN THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OWN WORDS): 'FLING Vol. 1 is a photo book and installation that explores the meaning of the term wonky pop, coined by the band FLING.  Inspired by DIY and punk aesthetics, the work delves into … Continue reading PHOTOBOOK + REVIEW: ‘FLING VOL.1’ BY HANNAH TOINTON

PROJECT FEATURE: ‘VIOLET’ BY MYLES BAILEY

'This was my final project in my last year of college. It's called Violet because I was inspired by some of Daniel Caesar's lyrics; "Don't cut your journey short, not anymore, you beautiful boy..." I thought the term 'beautiful boy' was interesting, because boys aren't traditionally beautiful, so I wanted to explore the masculine experience … Continue reading PROJECT FEATURE: ‘VIOLET’ BY MYLES BAILEY

ALREWIC BY ANDREW MUNNS (ZINE REVIEW)

Here's the first zine review from Andrew Munns, a photographer and student @ Manchester School of Art and his zine 'Alrewic'. FFO: PERSONAL AND VERY ATMOSPHERIC URBAN + RURAL RAINY DAY BRITISH LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOT ON COLOUR 35MM THE TITLE: The chosen title of the series, Alrewic, is an Anglo-Saxon translation of the photographers' hometown … Continue reading ALREWIC BY ANDREW MUNNS (ZINE REVIEW)

ZINE REVIEW: FUCK FACED BY CHRISH DUNNE (GRAPHIC DESIGNER)

Although this blog usually shows photographs taken mostly by 'photographers', its always important to branch out and look at how other artists and art forms use imagery. Graphic Designer Chrish Dunne for instance has distorted the usual perception of an image by using an old photocopier and then a scanner to add more defects to … Continue reading ZINE REVIEW: FUCK FACED BY CHRISH DUNNE (GRAPHIC DESIGNER)