We love these breathtakingly beautiful images of what happened when firefighters attended a warehouse blaze in Chicago.
Posted by: Sophie 11.02.2013
The snow art of Simon Beck, Savoie, France.
Posted by: Eddie 30.01.2013
Light Show opens at London's Hayward Gallery on Wednesday 30th January and explores the experiential and phenomenal aspects of light by bringing together sculptures and installations that use light to sculpt and shape space in different ways. We can't wait!
Posted by: Chris 28.01.2013
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde's fascination with the ephemeral has led him to master the art of creating his own clouds.
Posted by: Sophie 20.12.2012
'Cosmic Communist Constructions' by Frederic Chaubin, published by Taschen, is a photographic record of ninety buildings from the fourteen former Soviet Republics. We have selected a few of our favourite images for you here.
Posted by: Sophie 16.03.2012
James Turrell is an artist whose palette is the planet we live on. He makes light monumental and encourages his audience to look 'beyond', to see the extraordinary in the every day.
Posted by: Sophie 31.01.2012
Architectural photography has never been so subversive as the life works of two of my favorite artists Bernd and Hilla Becher. Here is a small selection of their Water Towers series.
Posted by: Sophie 19.01.2012
Ground breaking art collective NVA have plans afoot for a new piece. Taking place in August 2012 and entitled Speed Of Light it's an intriguing collision of the worlds of Art and Sport and will take place over three weeks bringing Edinburgh's iconic mountain Arthurs Seat to life.
Posted by: Sophie 11.12.2011
We can't wait for this fascinating portrait of Charles and Ray Eames to be released in the UK. As we can't see the full film, here's a little preview.
Posted by: Sophie 15.11.2011
As it's autumn and the leaves are falling it feels like a good time to be reliving my childhood dreams of fantastic arboreal homes
Posted by: Sophie 02.11.2011
I have been rather in love with Luminaria since visiting one at Somerset House in the early noughties. The Architects of Air tour the world with their five structures allowing visitors from across the globe to experience light and colour as they never have before.
Posted by: Sophie 20.10.2011