Forgotten Group
Richard PrinceFirst and foremost Richard Prince’s nurse paintings are commonly recognised on Sonic Youth’s 2004 album Sonic Nurse. Four years later, Prince’s paintings were the inspiration for Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2008 collection of monogram handbags and theme of the show.  

Richard Prince

First and foremost Richard Prince’s nurse paintings are commonly recognised on Sonic Youth’s 2004 album Sonic Nurse. Four years later, Prince’s paintings were the inspiration for Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2008 collection of monogram handbags and theme of the show.  

Guy Laramee
I am a little bit pained by what Guy Laramee has done with encyclopedia’s and histroical literature for his latest project The Great Wall. However I can appreciate the way in which he has carved with care, so that each page begins it’s new life as a sculpture. 

Guy Laramee

I am a little bit pained by what Guy Laramee has done with encyclopedia’s and histroical literature for his latest project The Great Wall. However I can appreciate the way in which he has carved with care, so that each page begins it’s new life as a sculpture. 

Emil Kozak
Ever walked so far in to darkness until you got too scared or can’t go any further? Well that is what Emil Kozak’s project Big Black Nothing explores. Kozak’s series makes me feel rather uncomfortable.

Emil Kozak

Ever walked so far in to darkness until you got too scared or can’t go any further? Well that is what Emil Kozak’s project Big Black Nothing explores. Kozak’s series makes me feel rather uncomfortable.

Mothi Limbu

Mothi Limbu

Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson
I have dabbled in less than my fair share of photography and yet I pride myself in being one of the few who was last taught in the darkroom before school’s in New Zealand introduced digital.
When I first saw these sculptures of old film cameras, turntables and joy sticks labeled as ‘Future Fossils’ by artists Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson from design studio Bughouse, I was a little disturbed by how old I felt for a twenty-one year old. My own Olympus even looks identical to the one that has been hand-casted in cement then colour stained above.Klarin and Johnson have hit me a little close to home and I think it may be time to take my film cameras off display on the book shelf and get them ticking again. 

Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson

I have dabbled in less than my fair share of photography and yet I pride myself in being one of the few who was last taught in the darkroom before school’s in New Zealand introduced digital.

When I first saw these sculptures of old film cameras, turntables and joy sticks labeled as ‘Future Fossils’ by artists Jeff Klarin and Rebecca Johnson from design studio Bughouse, I was a little disturbed by how old I felt for a twenty-one year old. My own Olympus even looks identical to the one that has been hand-casted in cement then colour stained above.

Klarin and Johnson have hit me a little close to home and I think it may be time to take my film cameras off display on the book shelf and get them ticking again. 

Lucas Maassen & Sons
Lucas Maaseen recently employed his 3 sons, Thijme (9), Julian (7) and Maris (7) to paint his new furniture project. The boys are paid 1 Euro for every piece of furniture that they paint. Dutch child labour laws only allow the boys to work 3 hours a week so speed has become a crucial factor in this process.

Lucas Maassen & Sons

Lucas Maaseen recently employed his 3 sons, Thijme (9), Julian (7) and Maris (7) to paint his new furniture project. The boys are paid 1 Euro for every piece of furniture that they paint. Dutch child labour laws only allow the boys to work 3 hours a week so speed has become a crucial factor in this process.

The Drab Doo-Riffs

Penique Productions

Penique Productions

Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi

Tjalf Sparnaay
Since 1987 Tjalf Sparnaay has been making audiences drool over his photo-realistic food paintings. Now considered one of the most important contemporary painters in this style, Sparnaay spies for new images that have never been painted before.

Tjalf Sparnaay

Since 1987 Tjalf Sparnaay has been making audiences drool over his photo-realistic food paintings. Now considered one of the most important contemporary painters in this style, Sparnaay spies for new images that have never been painted before.