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

Books that celebrate the cuisine of the world can sometimes be diluted by celebrity endorsements. TV chefs, weight loss warriors and reality stars flood what is actually a very informative and well presented market. So, we thought we'd dig a little deeper and soak up food bibles that were not only considerably well written but beautifully designed to help you

In today's digitally dependant world it feels somewhat fraudulent to consume creativity, one of the most tangible of genres, via a mobile device. The immersive experience creativity provides is one that must be gained first hand. The online world may point us in the right direction but seeing, touching and even smelling the real thing is a sensory joy that

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

First advertised as a “mind-stretching experience,” Nicolas Roeg’s 1976 The Man Who Fell to Earth stunned the cinema world. A tour-de-force of science fiction as art form, the movie brought not only hallucinatory visuals and a haunting exploration of contemporary alienation, but also glam-rock legend David Bowie in his lead role debut as paranoid alien Newton. Based on Walter Tevis’s 1963

A new collection of contemporary landscape photography opens at Argentea Gallery on 2nd November 2018. Out of the Woods of Thought is a fascinating exploration of the natural world through a series of highly atmospheric works by some of the UK’s most exciting landscape photographers. The exhibition is curated by the photography collective ‘Inside the Outside’ and features work by its

There's nothing more exciting than seeing a young, creative person grow. Their passion for knowledge and the thirst for experimentation delivers exceptional ideas and conceptual work. These people are the future of our industry and their bold vision is what we will guide the visual tone for decades to come. One such creative is Holly Houlton, a Coventry University photography

At the dawn of the automobile age, Americans’ predilection for wanderlust prompted a new wave of inventive entrepreneurs to cater to this new mode of transportation. Starting in the 1920s, attention-grabbing buildings began to appear that would draw in passing drivers for snacks, provisions, souvenirs, or a quick meal. The architectural establishment of the day dismissed these roadside buildings as