Jamie Lea Crane

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French-born Muslim receives death threat over London 'Je suis Charlie' sign

A French-born Muslim has received a death threat over a “Je suis Charlie” sign he placed outside his coffee shop in east London.<p>Adel Defilaux, 32, put the sign up in response to the killings of 17 people in Paris last week .<p>On Tuesday morning a man entered Defilaux’s shop and ordered him to remove …

Charlie Hebdo

This Maker Created a Different Origami Figure Every Day in 2014

We’re big fans of all things making, especially paper art. But when makers take on a daily challenge involving one of the most complex forms of the medium — origami — we have to stop and stare (in admiration, of course). That’s exactly what origami artist Ross Symons made us do with his 365 Days of …

Crafting

7 Creative Photography Tricks to Achieve Amazing Results

Whether you’re a beginner in photography or pursue it as a hobby, we're pretty sure you’re always eager to learn some interesting tricks that will …

DIY Fashion Show Sets the Runway on Fire — Literally

Friday night in West Oakland, California designers from across the Bay Area assembled for the Hot Couture 2015. The annual event held at The Crucible is not to be missed, but just in case you did, we have you covered.<p>Guidance for this year’s designs was direct: designs should take inspiration from …

8 Silver-Haired Icons We Want to See in Fashion’s Next Big Campaign

<b>Joan Didion</b><b>,</b> 80, and <b>Joni Mitchell,</b> 71, nearly broke the Internet last week when they were revealed as the newest faces of Céline and Saint Laurent, respectively. The spring 2015 campaign images instantly took over Instagram and Twitter feeds, inspiring an immediate reaction that superseded each …

12 Rare Magazine Illustrations By Andy Warhol

Before he was King of Pop art, Warhol was a prolific, in-demand magazine illustrator. Here, a selection of rare work from 1948 to 1987.<p>Even before his screenprints of Campbell’s soup cans and Marilyn Monroe made him an international art star in the early 1960s, Andy Warhol was a successful, highly …

Intricately-Detailed Landscape Drawings are Smaller Than a Pencil

Michigan-based artist Taylor Mazer recently crafted incredibly small drawings that are no larger than your average pencil. In December 2014, he used a fine-tipped Micron pen, straight-edge, and mechanical pencil to create intriguing monochromatic landscapes. They often feature urban structures like …

Lego Cyborgs Invade London Fashion Show

During this week’s London’s Menswear AW 15 fashion show, the designers for men’s fashion brand Agi & Sam sent their models down the catwalk wearing handmade Lego masks. The masks were designed by make-up artist Isa Maya French, who created them using mostly primary colors, and fastened them to the …

Typography Mania #271

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around once a week with the best of Typography design submitted by our users at …

Ex-Architect Kacper Kowalski's Amazing Aerial Photography

Architects among you: Is there anything more pleasing than seeing things in plan view? That godlike perspective that reduces those pesky humans to …

3D Documents and Future Fonts

Textscapes merges font design with 3D printing to generate letter-sized 3D documents to visually (and tangibly) profile the subject matter of the …

Typography

Meet Gluta, the Happy Rescue Dog Whose Bright Face Will Make You Smile

Meet Gluta, a dog whose adorable smiles are so infectious you might find yourself inadvertently grinning, too. Looking at her happy face, it might be hard to believe that Gluta was once a stray dog abandoned on the streets of Thailand. Luckily, she was taken in by Sorasart Wisetsin, who lovingly …

Photoshow: Landmark Exhibitions That Defined the History of Photography - Published by Contrasto Books | LensCulture

The early histories of photography tend to focus on the almost mythical actions of a few heroic individuals—Daguerre, Niepce, Fox Talbot, Bayard. These men—huddled secretively around their chemical processes, jealously guarding their discoveries—have an air of genius, but also of privacy. Thus, it …

Light on Paper - Photographs and text by Michael Jackson | LensCulture

These compositions are created by directing light onto photo paper in the darkroom. No physical objects are photographed—it is all just light and shade.<p>The process of making them looks and feels more like pottery than photography.<p>—Michael Jackson<p><i><br>Discover more new, inspiring photography every day</i> …

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age - Barbican exhibition review by Sean Sheehan | LensCulture

Stephen Shore, in describing his work, once spoke of ‘showing people what they were not seeing.’ In these deceptively simple words, we can find a rationale for photography’s status as an art form.<p>Shore is just one of the 18 photographers whose work is on show at London’s Barbican as part of the …