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Martha Cooper is an American photojournalist from Baltimore. She began documenting graffiti art on the streets of New York in the 70's while working at the New York Post. At the time, it was a highly controversial and for some...
The idea of evolution, and the human-form as we know it, becoming 'the other' is a concept which has long fascinated me. CHARLES explores the evolution of the human body from the earliest known vertebrates over 530 million years ago,...
This edition of Inside* takes us deep into the studio spaces on Cornell University's Milstein Hall. A state of the art extension to the College of Architecture and Planning that was designed by the international powerhouse, OMA. Milstein Hall is...
Located along the banks of the sacred river Ganga in Varanasi, India, YANTRA explores the junction of water purification infrastructure with uses of the everyday to create a place of cultural tradition and infrastructural progress. India’s Ganga River has been...
It's hard to think of costume design and movies in general, without considering Edith Head. She was the prolific designer that brought all her characters to life. Edith's work spanned over three decades; from the mid 30's all the way...
The compact print of the film cameras from the mid to late 20th century have produced photographs that have a specific aging aesthetic attached to them. Fading images that blur into an overall pink surface have a curious quality...
Amsterdam based conceptual photographer, Kjer Mariano, searches for visual narratives through the manipulation of his photography. With a background in stunt work and sports modelling, he ventured into fashion photography and then began dabbling in architectural imagery. Here are a...
The project titled "Treadmill’ is located in Mitchell Street, Pretoria West. A group of four students tackled the latent potential of industrial heritage in this area and developed a urban framework titled 'Hard Boiled Wonderland'. A synergous set of...
It's not blue, it's not turquoise, it's not lapis... it's cerulean - and so I learnt three new colours.  As Meryl Streep turns 67, we jump back ten years and rummage through her pile of stuff, to find one of...
Johannesburg, The City of Gold, can be defined by the interaction between what is below, what is on its surface, and what is above. Johannesburg came into being through a multiplicity of tangible and intangible elements and narratives. In...