Interview: Andreas Olesen


Estate, the project by Andreas Olesen which has just been shortlisted for LensCulture’s Emerging Talent 2014, is a subtle yet wonderful thing. Taking the found negatives of a Danish family on their holidays, and recapturing their subjects in the context of modern tourist destination Lake Garda, the black and white results capture ideas of time, change and the strange preservation of past moments photography offers.

Obituary: Ken Griffiths


This week saw the death of incredible photojournalist and advertising artist Ken Griffiths.

The Easy Sunday Project: Pizza in the Wild


For every art series sitting you on the edge of an existential crisis, provoking confusion and anger, or making you cry, there is a Pizza in the Wild.

Naked Ambition


Whilst Normcore keep the fashion set preoccupied with understated difference, the music industry has chosen a wholeheartedly different approach, a look that sits somewhere between a late shift Las Vegas waitress and the Real Housewives of Texas.

Spotlight On: Rocío Montoya


We have a huge crush on Rocío Montoya. Combining collage and photography to produce beautiful, and often quite sensual images, her work draws you in. It’s intimate, but born to be printed big in glossy editorial and ripped out to frame on your bedroom wall.



There’s something about Notting Hill Carnival. The largest street party outside Rio is an event that strikes joy, anticipation and sometimes anxiety into the hearts of many a Londoner.

Interview: Eugenio Grosso


Corinne& interviews one of LenCultures Emerging Talent 2014 winners, photographer Eugenio Grosso.

Interview: Florence Molly

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Corinne& interviews Florence Molly, founder of Inky Magazine; a fantastic source of creative writing from aspiring talent.

Flesh to Stone


The incredible phenomenon of flesh turned to stone, living form frozen forever in time.

Toilet Paper Magazine


Words by Billie Jenkins Images courtesy of Toilet Paper Toilet Paper Magazine is a punch of colour in the face. Four years, and nine editions, into its life it has a clear identity – bold, bright, provocative photography. Started by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, and art directed by Micol Talso, the publication has become synonymous […]