It’s always nice to find something like this series of photos by Swedish photographer Petter Johansson in your email inbox. This colorful still life composition was created for ’Atelier Food‘ – a collaboration between international top chef Stefan Eriksson and leading figures from the fields of communication, science, culture and business.

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Zig zags on pink

This spring, visitors to Habitat‘s Kings Road store in London can expect to be dazzled by a vibrant exhibition of new woven work by five graduates from Central Saint Martins.

Open until the 28th April, the Habitat Platform exhibition includes the work of Philippa Thorne of Gone Rural, Nadia-Anne Ricketts, Jane Harper, Lucie Libotte and Coralie Bonnet.

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When browsing the globe through Google Earth, Brooklyn-based artist and programmer, Clement Valla, noticed that every now and then, there are a series of disjointed images, where the landscape seems to buckle and warp, distorting Google Earth’s ordinarily seamless representation.

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Lynn Bailey is a fine art printmaker based in Devon. Her work involves etching, collagraph, drypoint, mono print and photo etching. She also keeps a ‘work in progress’ diary that provides a fascinating insight into her working processes. This series shows her making a series of prints using wild leaves and grasses gathered from the traditional hedge banks found in the Devonshire countryside.  Read the rest of this entry »