While in London, we contacted Anthony Sheret and Edd Harrington from Colophon Foundry and The Entente to see if we could visit their space. A couple of hours later we found ourselves in their Hackney Downs studio having a chat.
ANTHONY SHERET & EDD HARRINGTON (COLOPHON FOUNDRY / THE ENTENTE) STUDIO VISIT AND INTERVIEW
“I love the pattern headstones make in the distance.” The Chicago-based artist discusses death and magic.
MEG T. NOE INTERVIEW
We pay a visit to artist Amber Wallis at her sunlit home studio in the hinterland near Byron Bay.
AMBER WALLIS STUDIO VISIT AND INTERVIEW
The Swiss graphic designer reminisces about a stylish Scandinavian upbringing and discusses art, utopian design and his fascination with books.
DAN SOLBACH INTERVIEW
The Hungarian photographer talks about his recent projects — documenting Europe’s wasted spaces; telling the story of his family; and exploring the workings of memory in the wake of his mother’s death.
GÁBOR ARION KUDÁSZ INTERVIEW
We chat to German design duo Tim Rehm and Tim Sürken of Tim+Tim studio. Their work is fascinating, grotesque and beautiful all at once.
TIM REHM & TIM SÜRKEN (TIM+TIM) INTERVIEW
London creative director Tom Darracott takes a moment with us to discuss his process, his university experience and what it means to be a graphic designer today.
TOM DARRACOTT INTERVIEW
The UK’s Bobby Mills talks to us about his photographic practice and the rewards of slowing down.
BOBBY MILLS INTERVIEW
Andéol textiles are always a reflection of what designer Emilie Cacace gathers during her travels to various places. Following its creation, Emilie’s range ‘Sol’ travelled with her through Mexico as she sourced materials and inspiration for her next collection. These photos capture special moments taken during her six-week adventure exploring faraway places.
EMILIE CACACE (ANDÉOL) TRAVEL DIARY