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Over the past decade London’s appetite for street art has shown little sign of slowing down. Starting with Shoreditch, street art has spread as far as Dulwich, Walthamstow and Camden. Having spen...
Today, you lucky people, I'm going to share with you one of my very favourite places on the internet. The National Geographic Found Tumblr. If you don't already follow it, you are in for a treat....
If you're stuck in a creative rut or just want to clear your head make sure to go for a wander. If your head is filled with thoughts then you're thinking about thinking. No fresh ideas can ever m...
London is a truly exquisite city and for all the trials and tribulations it's given me I feel compelled to continue paying homage to it. If you've seen the Jim Carey movie 'Eternal Sunshine of th...
When I was growing up a mobile phone was seen as a luxury. Something only businessmen owned to make important calls overseas. Over the years the line between a phone and a computer has become inc...
It's easy to pine for that next trip abroad, to just put your feet up and do nothing for a few days. In reality we all know that never happens. You get restless, bored and impatient, feelings you...
I'm always a fan of an impromptu photowalk so when Richard Harris invited me to hang with his friends Jess, Jonathon, Ed, Zsuzsa and Koray I jumped at the opportunity. It was literally my first d...
Sean Mundy is a 22-year-old photographer from Montreal, Canada who creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never inte...
Continuing on from PART 1 of my Eastern European journey I found myself in Western Ukraine. After a sweaty but comfortable 24 hour train ride a whole new part of the country was open for explorat...
In 1982 Jordi Huisman was born in Almere, The Netherlands. He studied towards a BSc in engineering and attended the KABK art academy in The Hague to study photography. He is currently living in A...
The King's Cross railway station, made famous by Harry Potter and always a source of inspiration to the 50 million people who stroll through it every year. The Western Concourse is Europe’s large...
Day 3 of our Italian adventure took us to the wonderful city of Naples which is known for its rich history, pizza (which originated in the city) and passionate football fans. Maradona football sh...
Over the last year my totally normal obsession with architecture has really blossomed and to feed this beast I decided to spend a few days in Rome and Barcelona to study how different cultures ca...
I've always had an appreciation for photographers because they manage to capture everyday objects and locations in a completely new light. Having lived in Leeds for the best part of 2 years I kno...
You’ve just passed your driving test. You’ve got the freedom of the road, so now all you need is a set of wheels. It’d be nice if they looked good, but there’s probably only so much you can affor...
I would consider myself somewhat of a shutterbug. During my endless mindless wanders I take pictures of things without really thinking about where I'm going to use them in the future. The City of...
Here's something that caught my eye this week, a website called 'Daily Overview' has been posting some fascinating images from around planet Earth in an attempt to change the way we see the world...
Housed in the former Gare d'Orsay railway station, Musée d'Orsay in Paris holds art pieces dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the lar...