Arthur Buxton’s “Colourstory” Show and App

Create abstract, digital prints from your photos

At the recent Rooms Festival in Bristol, UK, one of the rooms was slightly hidden away from the others. Visitors had to wander down a long corridor and then up a winding staircase to get to the festival’s gallery space, which—unlike most of the other rooms—was dedicated to the work of just one person. On the walls hung Arthur Buxton’s “Colourstories,” the result of years …

Been by D’Heygere

Digital food photos turned flashy leggings

by Laila Gohar During the day Stephanie D’Heygere can be spotted around the Maison Martin Margiela headquarters in Paris, where she works as part of the fashion house’s extensive collaborative of designers. By night she runs Been by D’Heygere (“been” means “leg” in Flemish), a line of leggings featuring hyperrealistic digital prints of food, such as salmon skin, pineapple and watermelon rind. Each of D’Heygere’s …

London by Hand

Illustrator Jenni Sparks' impressively detailed map of "The Big Smoke"

With a keen eye for details, illustrator Jenni Sparks recently completed a hand drawn map of little old London town. Produced in collaboration with fellow London-based art print retailer Evermade, this exceptionally drawn map leaves no ground uncovered. Sparks follows the city’s precise geography by way of the Tube, introducing a world of black and white buildings amongst intricately drawn and cleverly labeled landmarks. Penciled …