Auckland based John Crawford is one of New Zealand’s best known photographers.
His portfolio of commissioned and uncommissioned works is diverse in subject matter and mood, yet unmistakeable in its use of light and its natural, simple style.
John says his aim is to capture images that have a high degree of interest and contrast,
don’t look too technical, and are easy to look at and enjoy.
Commercial illustrations for magazines, book, web, and TV, Tokyo-based illustrator Hama-House finds time to create these playful speed sketches of people doing everyday activities. Upon encountering an inspiring subject, the artist pulls out a notebook and a pen and quickly begins to draw.
I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
”А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”
// steel, polyurethane foam, silicone, human hair, glass, textile, pump, filmblood and clothing 165 x 56 x 50 cm //