What I Eat, Peter Menzel’s and D’Aluisio’s photographic journey across 30 different countries that shows us what 80 people eat in a typical day.
We talk with Katy of Peggy Sue about their story, their lyrics, what influences them when writing music, and their new, and best album yet, Choir of Echoes.
Gaijin, a fictional recital, a tool in Japanese/ Swiss photographer’s David Favrod quest for identity.
Archiportrait by Federico Babina is an artistic representation of 33 architects, in which their faces and expressions are made of their architecture.
Iranian photographer Hossein Fatemi captures incredible images of the secret and public lives of modern Iranians.
Joseph Martinez colors with great levels of detail scenes on the underside of matchbooks.
Joe Iurato creates small paper figures that playfully fit into their surroundings.
In Waiting, a photo story by Eirini Vourloumis, an examination of Athens and its role as a physical stage for the economic crisis.
Photographer Annie Ling captures the lives of Chinatown’s 81 Bowery shut-ins, and their 64 square feet shoebox rooms.
In Still Here Lydia Goldblatt captures poignant portraits of her aging parents.
Arne Svenson photographs Manhattan neighbors as seen through his windows into theirs.
Jason Vaughn’s photo project Hide, uses Wisconsin hunting stand as a reflection on legacies and family.
Steve McCurry’s publishes Children of the Omo photographs to bring attention to ritual killing of mingi children.
Finding Welkin, a film by Jay Salbert on the things that connect us: words, love, nature, city, space, sky and sun.
Val, a stop-motion video – follow Simon Graham on a journey through the most significant and emotional year.
A Visual Artwork’s 1 min animation of the bicycle’s evolution, all the way from the wooden horse to the modern racer.
Mister COK, a tale of modern times, showing the deeds of a grotesque and placid monster.
Dakar, Streets of Dreams by Lea et Nicolas, a video about children playing football in Africa.
City Lights, a time-lapse video by Colin Rich, covering the Los Angeles city from every conceivable angle.
After the writer and theologian John Hull became completely blind in 1983, he kept an audio diary of his experience. This film,directed by Peter Middleton and James Spinney, is a dramatisation using those recordings.
WIND, an animated short by Robert Loebel about the daily life of people living in a windy area who seem helplessly exposed to the weather.
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrow – John Koenig makes up his own words and visualises on of them.
Sonder, the realisation that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.
If I Had a Heart, a neon-noir film by The Halsall Brothers. Be prepared to be gripped from beginning to end.
Antibody created the main title sequence – a double exposure video – for HBO’s critically acclaimed drama series True Detective.
Renowned freestyle skateboarder Kilian Martin takes his board to the stage in a stunning reimagining of opera classic Carmen.
Listening to HTRK while walking through London after dark.Come last track,you look around,only to realise you’re lost.You press play again.
Watch the brand new Ratking video for So Sick Stories, their collaboration with King Krule.
Watch A/T/O/S’ video for What I Need directed by Kent Hugo.
Watch Son Lux performing in a Parisian apartment for La Blogotheque and rewriting entirely their songs for the occasion.
Watch Banks’ video for the Shlohmo produced Brain that was directed by Barnaby Roper.
Nothing is easy these days it seems. At least, if you’re going to funk it, do it like you mean it. It may be ephemeral, but it can be vibrant.
She Dried, Jamie Isaac’s new black and white video directed by Pheobe Arnstein and Stephen Ledger-Lomas.
FKA Twigs and duo Inc. worked together on a one-off collaboration -a video directed by FKA twigs and Nick Walker.
Benjamin Millepied fills a bright Dead Sea landscape for new Forest Swords’ video.
Chet Faker released his new single in the lead up to his forthcoming debut album Built On Glass. A video directed by Toby & Pete.
FKA Twigs in a sultry minimalist track amidst Mayan ruins, directed by Yours Truly. Exclusively by Dazed & Confused.
Sillyboy, Do It Again, a music video directed by Stathis Mourdoukoutas of the Core.