If there's one thing you never want to see on a menu it's ocean soup, which is also code for the mass debris in the North Pacific Ocean.
A touch of mysticism pervades Uneasy, a series of images from New York-based photographer Derek Vincent.
Have you ever contemplated what happens when films and TV shows finish shooting and are suddenly left with a rococo set filled with couches, garden furniture, office desks and high-end kitchen appliances?
Having played with Dirty Projectors and Department of Eagles, it's not surprising that Nat Baldwin's solo work is pretty damn teriffic.
Water, water everywhere, but turn off that goddamn tap man, there's a crisis afoot!
Women get to have skirts and tights and make up and stuff, but men? We get facial hair (chest swells with pride, looks to the horizon, sees an eagle, and sighs).
Bear 71 is the female subject of Leanne Allison and Jeremy Mendes's interactive web documentary produced for the National Film Board of Canada.
Combining an eye for the decisive moment with an elegance lacking in many of his street photography peers, Melbourne-based Jesse Marlow reminds us that art can be clever and beautiful.
There is a fallacy in the film industry that assumes every innovation in technology improves the art. Cinema lovers know that this is untrue.
Even though they're situated in the middle of East London's wackitude, the good folk at S.E.H. Kelly like to keep it a little real.
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