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Mike Dargas was born in 1983 in Cologne, Germany. Alongside his first drawings, he started making paintings with oil paint from a young age, which he was selling to friends of his mother. At the age of eleven, Mike Dargas exhibited his talent publicly, drawing old masters’ paintings with pastel and chalk on the pavement in front of the Cologne cathedral.
A revival of an ancient French apothecary beauty label is causing quite a stir in Paris. L’Officine Universelle Buly is a heritage brand repackaged for the 21st century. Step inside the tiny, atmospheric shop that has just opened on Rue Bonaparte on Paris’ Left Bank and it’s like stepping back to a time long forgotten.
A collaboration between acclaimed artists Jarrad Seng and Amok Island, ‘Parallels’ presents a new perspective on the rugged coastline of renowned Western Australian destination, Rottnest Island. An exhibition of photography and paintings...
NYsferatu by Andrea Mastrovito is a powerful public art project that engages diverse immigrant communities in telling their stories to the world.
The fictional worlds evoked in film by director Wes Anderson have such a precise colouration – the very particular pastel-hues that paint the skies, drench the buildings and dress the characters, render Anderson’s microcosms almost dream-like.
To create a comprehensive representation of a brand is a tricky ordeal, as it’s impossible to ignore the past accomplishments and identity that was laid out, but then it is important not to undermine the potential for evolution.
The Thin Gold Line is a new artistic vision that unites philosophy with an elegant and minimal design, movie's archetypes with the highest technical quality in printing.After months of dedicated research and of passionate work we are happy to have achieved what we were aiming for by working closely with the best gold foil artisans.
Photographers Erell Hemmer and Cléo-Nikita Thomasson explored the country of ‘ice and land’ and detailed their trip into two visions: “island of land and ice.”
Gabriel Scanu can’t fly through the air to achieve his aerial views of Australia — a drone does the heavy lifting. Last year, Gabriel and his father, a cinematographer, began capturing breathtaking images of his native country from hundreds of feet in the air, opening eyes all over the world to its diversity.
What is it exactly about an image – whether moving or still – that catches our eye and makes our pulse skip a beat?