British photographer Brian Griffin is a photographer whose talent and creativity for creating unique portraits and projects knows no bound.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Artist Rachel Denti creates pink cheeky illustrations which add a very welcome lightness to the gloomy aspects of every day life.
Opening on the 1st June, this will be your chance to own part of the BJP! British Journal of Photography have witnessed 160 years of photographic history, and now they’re offering the chance to be part of their future.
Czar Catstick, an enigmatic “fizzy pop artist” creates quirky artwork and prints in London available to own and display in your own home. We can see big things for this one of a kind collage and illustration artist.
Polish animation creator and illustrator Mateusz Urbanowicz creates stunning illustrations inspired by the scenic Japan. His illustrations depict detailed scenes which really captivate and suggest intricate narratives we were captured by.
theprintspace’s Harry Rose recently spoke with GOST books co-Director and Editor Gordon MacDonald who have a stall at this year’s OffPrint Fair at Tate Modern’s Turbine hall which coincides with Photo London at Somerset House.
Every year theprintspace helps thousands of photographers to present their work in the best possible light for the world’s most prestigious photographic portraiture competition.
Artist and photographer Emma Uwejoma, creates social identity relevant art work in Brighton. She focuses on her own identity as a a source and creates self portraiture which empowers both gender and race.
The World Photography Organisation has announced that it is bringing the third edition of its highly successful Shanghai photography fair under a new brand, PHOTOFAIRS, international art fairs dedicated to photography.
theprintspace Gallery is proud to announce the launch of a new solo exhibition, by acclaimed social documentary photographer, Dougie Wallace. Featuring his key images from his time in Bombay.