Alessandro Canova is a multidisciplinary artist who performed in Italy, France, UK and Japan during experimental music and art events. According to his bio the artist “explores the phenomenological dimension that lies between minimalism and glitch” across a variety of media. He currently resides and work in London. Below a selection from Meta! Space, a series based on an image from Google Maps projected onto a virtual 3D space and reprocessed through an array of displacement algorithms. Visit Alessandro Canova’s website to find out more about his audio and visual artworks.
Liam Stevens is an image maker and designer based in London. He favours simple materials enabling him to craft his work through expressive lines or graphic shapes and is particularly fond of his Pentel 0.7mm mechanical pencil, coloured paper stash and scalpel. Below a selection of our favourite minimalist collage art from Liam, pure elegance and beauty:
Samuel Burgess-Johnson is a London based multimedia artist and art director. He made a name for himself by aptly representing numerous record releases through stunning album and singles artwork. Inspired by stimulating visuals and innovation through his creative capacity, Burgess-Johnson has designed a multitude of visual dreamscapes that enriches the sounds of artists such as Usher, Disclosure, Diplo, The 1975, Ta-ku and many more.
British born Boo Saville is better known for his works revolving around the concept of death but we decided to feature some of her most meditative material, spacious canvases covered by beautiful and delicate gradients.
Matt’s father introduced him to photography, handing over books by Robert Frank & Henri Cartier-Bresson. Ever since then, photography has been Matt’s overriding passion, although he’s still quite interested in skateboards and girls. Below a selection of Matt’s street photos from London, UK:
Born in the east end of London, England, Antony Cairns has been taking photographs since the age of 15. A constant theme in his images has been the city of his birth. He has chosen his subject and is on a path to document his city, the place he calls home, a metropolis that is certainly the centre of his universe. Below is a selection of images from the series LDN: