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When is a photo of a crying girl not a photo of a crying girl? News photography in the age of truthiness.
The Crying Game
Julian Love's Handmade London is a beautifully observed series of environmental portraits, documenting the workspaces of people who rely on the creativity of their...
Five years ago the Slow Movement (Slow Food, Slow Travel etc.) added another activity to its list – Slow Art Day. We talk to...
A new exhibition at the Tate Britain answer's the internet's craving for "ruins" imagery
The first of our round-ups of magazine covers, looking at pictures, patterns and "pork" - unless, that is, the pig theme on Modern Farmer...
The Andy Warhol or the Weird Al Jankovic of the digital age. Or both? Digital images haunt Yung Jake in his new music promo.
Friedman shows that in merging with another in a kiss, our sense of self becomes intensified and blurred, deeply selfish and deeply alien.
Kiss Me, Stupid
Joris Vandecatseye lives and works in Ghent, Belgium, but his photographer’s bio is all about the idea of the wanderer – all his walks...
Funny, clever, beautiful constructions, the work of Brooklyn-based photographer Yijun Liao features in former New Yorker Visuals Editor, Elisabeth Biondi’s new photography show Blogspot...
Venus and Mars
IMSO provides insight into the images setting agendas in advertising, marketing and culture. Through the carefully curated publication of a wide variety of articles, IMSO offers you inspiration, guidance and most importantly market knowledge of the wider creative landscape.