Morgan Phillips is a Los Angeles based adventure and lifestyle photographer. Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama; he ventured across the country at nineteen and hasn’t looked back. Morgan combines a hunger for adventure with his passion for photography, blended in order to document and share the beauty of his unique and fluid way of life. Hello Morgan! You have managed to build a successful career in photography; how did you get started? I honestly just fell into photography. It was something I enjoyed, capturing moments here and there. Somehow, it became a career. I […]
Jean-Michel Tixier was born in Limoges, France and now works from his shared studio in the heart of Paris. His illustrations encapsulate the traditional French “ligne claire” style seen in the works of Hergé for example. His characters could have stepped fresh from the pages of Tintin comics, right into the present day. “I mix the old retro ‘Ligne Claire’ style with modern and adult spirit,” Jean-Michel says. Hello Jean-Michel! You are a freelance illustrator and have worked for publications such as M, Le Monde newspaper’s magazine, but you have never had any formal training. […]
For the time being, when the bullets still fly by on the blazing notes, those that only awaken to the sound of the craftsman, it is only right to jot down some words. The poetic words of Pierre Lapointe, for example, or those exhumed by Eddy De Pretto on youth or even Zola Jesus on melancholy. As for the others, they are more subdued, but still as beautiful. We’ll continue with heavy hearts, guided by Phoebe Bridgers’ “Smoke Signals” she paints in the distance, ancestrally, as if to show us their magnitude. Their urgency. Words […]
Dailydoodlegram, created by Geffen Refaeli a young illustrator from Tel Aviv, has become a true Instagram phenomenon. The idea: each day, she posts an illustration on Instagram, drawn from her collage of inspirations from objects and pieces of photos on Instagram or inspired by her friends’ photographs, creating a fun and dreamlike world. Between serious and completely crazy illustrations and a constant search for a style, her work in black and white and watercolour evolves with each new post and collaboration. We caught up with the artist to ask her a few questions.
A colourful world full of light-hearted characters and animals tinged with humour, Jean Jullien’s creations are recognised all around the globe. Hailing from Nantes, the illustrator trained at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art in London. Influenced by cartoons and comics, his illustrations often deal with contemporary social issues. He has a knack for storytelling, using his recognisable, clean and colourful style, which definitely puts smiles on people’s faces. Jean Jullien likes to use different mediums to showcase his creations, and his illustrations can nowadays be found on clothes, ceramics or even […]
Time to start afresh. Shop windows are blossoming, people are rushing around in cities preparing for the start of a new year, trying not to bump into one another. Words begin their school year in books that try their best to find the perfect spot on display stands, and as for records, standing vertically in their racks, they’re waiting for the touch of a music lover’s hand to whisk them away against a blessed contribution. So here are September’s 11 tracks, a prelude heralding beautiful chills, more or less bushy, that allow us to elegantly […]