Joseph Ford is a 39-year-old photographer from Brighton. He creates images seamlessly camouflaging people into backgrounds using knitwear made by Nina Dodd. It can take Dodd, 51, up to 40 hours to knit
Photography,Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize,Culture,National Portrait Gallery,Art and design,Awards and prizes,Art The annual Taylor Wessing prize exhibition showcases new work from some of
Ethiopia is home to more than 100 million people—the second most-populous nation in Africa. It is also composed of wildly varying landscapes, and an incredible diversity of ethnic and religious groups.
White, blue-collar males are not the only Americans voting for Donald Trump this November—this series explores the diverse contingent of Latinos who have pledged their vote to the controversial candidate.
Photographer Victor Habchy has attended the Burning Man festival since 2014, letting his camera capture a visual diary of the surreal atmosphere. His Burning Man photos document the creativity that unfolds
Independent shops shaped Italy’s cities for centuries. Are they finally succumbing to the big box store? For the photographer Francesco Pergolesi, his hometown of Spoleto, Italy, is synonymous with the
Our world is only growing more vast and more complex by the moment—perhaps the solution is a method of careful visual simplification. Photographs and text by Mankichi Shinshi I don’t like a person who
‘When someone like Warren Kirk drifts in with his camera, bringing his patient eye to sites of modest dreaming, something entrancing happens,’ writes Helen Garner in the introduction to Kirk’s new book,
Despite everything that has happened in this city over the past decade, music never, ever left—instead it permeates all the aspects of local culture, blending into every facet of urban life and into the
Project info Following the offensive of the jihadist Islamic State organisation and the siege of Iraq's second largest city, Mosul, on the 10th of June 2014, as well as self-proclaimed Caliph, Abu Baker
The photographer Jane Hilton became enamored with the American West at an early age. Growing up in suburban England, her father made sure she was exposed to John Wayne, Stagecoach, and The Virginian. infatuation