The Symmetry Of Perception

The Symmetry Of Perception

Graphic design graduate, David De Sousa or SOUMATO as he likes to be called, took a photo everyday for three years and has combined some of his favourites into...
Half-Truths, Half-Lived

Half-Truths, Half-Lived

London born and bred, photographer Ellie Davies, has a close connection with nature: she works in the forests of Southern England and spent her childhood playing in them with her twin sister....
Candid Creativity

Candid Creativity

Lithuanian artist, Tadao Cern, has exhibited through the world and has a portfolio full of accolades. The last five years have been somewhat of a rollercoaster for the...
Robots And Unease

Robots And Unease

We’ve always admired the work of Slovakian photographer, Mária Švarbová, and have featured her work before on The Plus. Her latest series,...
Self-Portraiture and Solitude

Self-Portraiture and Solitude

Sometimes the best artists are those who understand what it’s like to be the creator and the subject and similarly, the most well-rounded people are those...
Obsessive Distortion

Obsessive Distortion

Photographs 1 and Photographs 2 by graphic designer and illustrator, Tomba Lobos, are jarring to say the least. However, is their upsetting and almost, grotesque,...
A Mid-Summer Days Dream

A Mid-Summer Days Dream

American writer and artist, Jordan Sullivan, has managed to catch the attention of magazines like Vogue, Dazed Digital and VICE in the past and his latest...
Street Shooting

Street Shooting

It is a familiar metaphor: the open road. We see it in films, perhaps at the end after the character has overcome a challenge or become enlightened and we watch them head off, toward a...
Painting On Pain

Painting On Pain

Spellbinding, poignant and thought-provoking: the self-portraits of photographer, David Uzochukwu, in his series A Familiar Ruin are a chilling comment on racism. “I came to...
Off The Hook - A Rolling Stones Exhibition

Off The Hook: A Rolling Stones Exhibition

In today’s world there is a ‘no holes barred’ attitude to celebrity. Thanks to social media we needn’t wait for hours outside hotels in the rain, or queue for tickets...