ORDINARY is a magazine that takes ordinary objects (like plastic cutlery, a rubbish bag or a sponge) and sends them to artists to come up with something extra-ordinary. The result is a fine art photography magazine that makes you think of everyday objects in a whole new way.
In life, we wait for a lot of things – from standing in line at the supermarket to waiting for your next job opportunity. But do good things really come to those who wait? And at what point does waiting become a waste of time? (Note: This post is also available in zine format. Read on to find out more.)
Leila Jeffreys takes portraits of birds and they are too beautiful not to share. (Also, they have cute names.)
In April, we in South Africa celebrate not only democracy, but also freedom of expression. What better way to do that than to kick things off with Cape Town’s vibrant street art?
It’s the last Thursday of the month, which means that it’s time for another free download.
I once read that there are no bad fonts, only bad designers. I don’t really agree with that statement but I decided to put it to the test anyway.