AnOther Magazine presents a documentary series focusing on international craftspeople, shot by Stefan and in partnership with Egyptian jewellery house Azza Fahmy. The first in the series focuses on Kally Ellis of McQueens Florist.
Copenhagen-based kitchen-cum-laboratory is the brainchild of Noma super-chef René Redzepi, and sits in a houseboat across the harbor from his two Michelin-starred sensation. Moth mousse whipped with hazelnut milk, cricket broth with a side of grasshopper garum sauce and a liquorice-glazed ant stick reveal their unexpectedly delicious side in this still-life series by photographer Joss McKinley.
There are many things we like about Michael Bodiam’s photographs. His still life collaborations are inventive and beautiful, his use of light is deft and never overdone and his arrangement of planes of pattern to create illusory 3D spaces is clever and arresting. Having said all that, perhaps the thing we like most about Michael is his ability to imbue his images with feeling - a sense of humour or pathos, sometimes both at once. Photographs of deserted spaces, discarded tools or even just a laptop on a red plastic chair are at once beautifully composed studies in form, colour and landscaspe and at the same time speak of things and places abandoned to their fate.
Rinko’s latest publication Approaching Whiteness presents nine different sequences that each focus on a specific theme. The sequence of frames flow from right to left and connote the passage of time as an uninterrupted sequence and explore the process of editing.
The combined size of the edition is 300 scrolls and each scroll is stamped by the Artist. To purchase visit Goliga.
Do you remember our Showcase Sipke Visser and his A Sort of Diary? Sipke has published his first book. Between 2008 and 2010 he sent out 500 handwritten letters accompanied by a photograph to random addresses all over the UK. He asked the receivers for a response. The book ‘Return to Sender’ is the result of this exercise and contains over one hundred of his photos and the correspondence that came from it. It’s brilliant. You can buy it here.