Steph Wilson’s photographs balance fashion, art and politics

The work of photographer Steph Wilson is perfect in its balance of fine art, politics and fashion. This London-based photographer has already completed work for Dazed, Vice, W Magazine and Mulberry. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing it.

Heroes and Villains: Rio 2016 through the eyes of Wilfrid Wood

The Rio Games saw over 11,000 athletes compete for 2102 medals in 306 events of 28 different sports. More than 40,000 hours of TV footage were created, more if you include digital, as the eyes of the world turned to

Twelve studio’s rippling identity for Beijing new media studio

Graphic design studio Twelve was commissioned by Beijing studio and exhibition space Mirror Lake to design its identity. The studio is focussed on VR and augmented reality in entertainment, and Twelve describes. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing

Meet the prop-maker building imaginary boyfriends

“Perfect?” is a magazine about the Barbie doll. The topic deals with the conflicting views of the popular doll as a toy. By taking pictures we visualize the surrounding where the Barbie appears and who plays with it. Most times,

Eunjoo Lee challenges the idea of utopia in her illustrated zine

UK-based Eunjoo Lee has created Fantasy Consumer an illustrated zine that tells the story of a girl who takes sleeping pills, which she thinks will help her to reach her own utopia, in her dreams. Most times, ideacide happens without

Nolan Paparelli’s typographic designs balance graphical styles and fluidity

In a visually driven world of the sense of smell is given little attention. How complex and important is the nose, drops to only when they no longer properly or not working. It must be re-created awareness of their complexity.

Jason Shulman Captures Entire Movies In a Single Image

It’s one thing to reject the ideas of others… But when we reject, deny, stifle, squelch, strike, silence and otherwise put ideas of our own to death, sometimes even before they’re born. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing