Caribbean-born and Copenhagen-based photographer Denisse Ariana Pérez traveled the world to photograph women, men, and non-binary folks in or around water. Her work documents the freedom and power that water can give to individuals, but also how they are free of societal constructs. Read more
A titan of French news, Libération is the paper that combines style with a rebellious attitude. Their commitment to integrity has always come before profitability, which is why they have such an illustrious history. We unpack their journey to becoming the voice of a generation. Read more
Badal Patel's story to graphic design and art direction is a little more unusual than most. Having switched lanes from Biochemistry while at university, she went onto work in a agency environment before going alone. Today she is one of the most exciting voices shaping a new generation of Asian American design identity. Read more
Whether an animation for Dua Lipa or Kiefer hidden with Easter eggs for veteran fans, Joe Prytherch magically captures the mood and detail like no other. His atmospheric masterpieces are both a mirror to how billions have experienced life in lockdown and also what the day-to-day was like before 2020. Read more
Prix Pictet winner Joana Choumali is a multi-media artist who fuses photography with embroidery. Her work depicts life in African cities with hand-stitched qualities, creating dreamlike scenes that allow her work to comment on mental health, trauma, and hope through a comforting guise. Read more
"Although my work is dark and serious, there is a childish, playful naivety and innocence about it," explains Alma Haser, whose body of work thrives inside the subjunctive imagination. A photographer by trade, her cubist forms with kaleidoscope of origami shift the nature balances of perception and identity. Delve into collage and a Netflix wonder.