Dance Like No One’s Watching – Helena Teasdale, The Girl Who Made 1000 Dancing Videos!

Dance Like No One’s Watching – Helena Teasdale, The Girl Who Made 1000 Dancing Videos!

In Colombia, girls grow up in a world where they are seen as decorative objects – and where plastic surgery rules. For her new photoessay Beauties, the 2014 Joan Wakelin bursary winner Manuela Henao captures the teenagers shelling out fortunes for buttock implants, nose jobs and new breasts

Teen liposuction and busty pinatas: narcoaesthetics in Colombia – in pictures

In Colombia, girls grow up in a world where they are seen as decorative objects – and where plastic surgery rules. For her new photoessay Beauties, Manuela Henao captures the teenagers shelling out fortunes for buttock implants, nose jobs and new breasts

Consequences for the comic artist

Neon installation using examples of the Marian typeface family from ‘Thieves Like Us’, a pop-up exhibition by Commercial Type in collaboration with Dino Sanchez, New York,

Photojournalist Paul Lowe talks to the New Humanist about his work and images of conflict

War photography in the age of social media

Rajaai, 25, left Iran to study photography at the London College of Communication and was recently elected to be the next National Union of Students (NUS) international students officer

Why international students are choosing London

Rajaai, left Iran to study photography at the London College of Communication and was recently elected to be the next National Union of Students (NUS) international students officer

Photographic artist Ellie Davies is a little obsessed (in the best way possible) with forests. A London College of Communication graduate, Davies uses the wilderness in order to stage meticulously planned portraits, which often involve inserting man-made objects into the landscape, playing with the audience’s assumptions about what does and doesn’t belong in nature.

Artist spends nearly a decade transforming forests into beautiful works of art

Events professional begins Forty in 15 project

Forty years' production experience, compressed into a 15 minute one-to-one with an events professional over the course of 24 hours. Forty in 15 is a.

Jonathan Syer, UK, Shortlisted, Professional Competition, Campaign, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

Image 2 of 4 from gallery of 4 Building Images Shortlisted for Sony 2015 World Photography Award. Campaign, Professional, United Kingdom © Jonathan Syer via 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. Image Courtesy of WPO

Willkay is an artist that is best known for his creative thought provoking drawings, his work has been featured on Hypebeast’s ‘Pen and Paper’ segment and he has had the pleasure of working with lifestyle and sportswear brands such as adidas, Converse and G-Shock. Willkay attended London’s Central Saint Martins and the London College of Communication before setting up his own creative agency ODDKINGDOM®, offering creative services to clients.

Willkay is an artist that is best known for his creative thought provoking drawings, his work has been featured on Hypebeast’s ‘Pen and Paper’ segment and he has had the pleasure of working with lifestyle and sportswear brands such as adidas, Converse and G-Shock. Willkay attended London’s Central Saint Martins and the London College of Communication before setting up his own creative agency ODDKINGDOM®, offering creative services to clients.

What's the Story? A Kickstarter project hoping to make 'walk-in books' for kids Maps, cards, masks and an approach to storytelling that will make children look up from their screens and start making up their own adventures

What's the Story? A Kickstarter project hoping to make 'walk-in books' for kids

STORY by Melanie Smith — Kickstarter (Graphic Communication,

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