Lucy Burger, a photography from Stoke now based in London, who is capturing the beauty of opposite worlds. Lucy's work is a celebration of both nature and urban landscapes, capturing stunning images that are rich in colour and emotion, reflecting two worlds that use raw materials differently but remain familiar in structure.
We were super chuffed to hear about the launch of a new record store in the heart of Birmingham's creative zone, Digbeth. This independent mecca for music lovers and vinyl admirers, so we jumped on the train and headed down to shoot the night. Enjoy!
We are back on the streets of Coventry to find out about how people are inspired by where they are originally from and where they are currently. We will be asking different people in different destinations throughout 2019 as part of our I Am Native project.
We first came across Portuguese photographer, Joana Cesar, in 2018 where we became enthralled by here approach and process. Ever since we've followed her progress and seen her develop new techniques whilst shooting various subjects. At the end of 2018 Joana was set to return to her motherland so we decided to ask if she'd capture day-to-day activities including the
We generate inspiration from a number of sources. Whether it's from sharing the work of brilliant doers or attending a wide variety of events, we find all sorts of creative culture influential. However, we find ourselves drawn to people more and more, from their background to the music they listen to, it leads us in new directions and drives us
Benjamin Francis Leftwich has announced his highly anticipated third album, Gratitude, which is set for release on March 15 via Dirty Hit. The news comes after the release of the title track last month, with today also seeing the release of new track Sometimes, click to listen here. This summer saw Leftwich release the EP I Am With You, which ushered in a new sonic
We are launching a new series dedicated to destinations that we find truly inspiring, incredibly alluring and culturally rich. These journals will allow us to explore everything from creativity to movements and people to projects. We aim to dig a little deeper than traditional city-guides and by looking behind the high street or ear-wigging in local venues we hope to
Experimental movie by Dutch designer, Asja Keeman shows how our relationship with nature causes geological harm
One of the best things about creativity is that it holds no boundaries. Unlike so many industries and genres, creativity gives the creator the opportunity to express themselves in thousands, millions or potentially billions of ways. This makes our role extremely satisfying and as creative hunters we are continually blown away by the interpretations we see on a daily basis.
There isn't anywhere we won't look for awesome new creatives. When we aren't scoping out cities, studios and exhibitions we are flicking through Instagram appreciating the abundance of god dam beautiful work. However, as our bio says, we are always looking for contributors to hit us up and this week we were super chuffed when BCU photographer, Rhys Grail did
Born in the Brazilian countryside, and nearly six feet tall by the age of 14, Gisele Bündchen grew from humble roots into the most successful supermodel in the world. This book celebrates her 20-year milestone in the industry with a unique and spectacular collection of jaw-dropping glamour and intimate, personal insights. Gisele was just 18 when she made her breakthrough in