Justin Dingwall explores the aesthetics of albinism and vitiligo through photographic essays.
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A few of our favourite moments from photographer Justin Dingwall’s talk at Creative Mornings this past March.
Exploring the aesthetics of albinism in contrast to idealised perceptions of beauty, Justin Dingwall has just released his long term photo series in full.
Can’t Fool Me Now is an exhibition of contemporary South African art showing in Berlin merging poetry, GIFs, formal text and image.
South African photographer Justin Dingwall photographs surfers on the iconic Muizenberg beach in Cape Town.
Today we’re looking at some gorgeous pieces by up-and-coming fashion designers, an illustrated series of awkward “non-events” and a ceramics range that makes us crave licorice. Oh, and since it’s Halloween, we’ve ended off with a bit of creepy goodness. ONE – The ELLE Rising Star Design Award finalists, […]
David Goldblatt For (almost) as long as humans have been on this earth, portraits have existed in one form or another. We’re drawn to portraits – taking them, making them – because they reflect something of our existence here. There’s also the fascinating aspect of recognising a bit of […]
This week’s openings include a collaborative photographic project, a talk about being a rebel (not quite an ‘opening’, but worth attending nonetheless), a student showcase and almost Masters exhibition, a WAM Talkabout, and a multi-media solo exhibition interrogating history.
For this week’s Oh Wow! we found all sorts of wonderful things including an editorial titled ‘Yes!’ that makes us say just that, some gorgeous paintings now showing at Stevenson, CT and another identity design job well done by CLRS&Co.
The fifth and final edition of our 2013 Highlights series. These are our favourite features of last year in a little less colour.
While on location on the island of Zanzibar for an eight-day fashion editorial shoot, Justin Dingwall used his only day off to depart from the idyllic island life that he’d been capturing all week.