ART PHOTO BLOG.
We recently spent a day at the studio & home of Arran Gregory, an illustrator & sculptor whose organic style of work we have always loved. We’ve featured his work & projects here at Mint on multiple occasions and we decided it was time to get an in-depth look into the man behind the chisels, sharpies & the Slam City Skates bear.
Recently we headed to Brighton to check out Exlovers live, and shoot some photos. There’s also a video at the bottom which i recorded so badly that it may well blow your speakers up and cause them to bleed. But go for it!
Do you guys remember the band Battles? I say that as though they are a band from ancient times past. But they aren’t, i’m sure you all know the band i’m talking about.
Self portraits can get kind of stale – especially the thousands on flickr of people who have photoshopped the shit out of their own faces.
Born in Santiago-Chile Christian Ordóñez now lives and works in Toronto, He skates and he skates with his kids. Top dad we say! Christian tells us that he uses his photography as a way of discovering and understanding more about his current surroundings and environments….
Recently we headed to the Ninja Tune 20th anniversary night in Brighton, which included live performances from Roots Manuva, Bonobo, Dels & Dj sets from the likes of ColdCut, Dj Food and The Quemists…..
David saw that episode of Nathan Barley with the photographer who takes pictures of celebrities having a piss, so thought he’d have a crack at it with some norms.
Victoria Ristenbatt, who is “unabashedly attached to the television, cerebral films, and sketch comedy shows,” decided to document her friendship and blossoming love affair with the television set. Here is the result.
walking down a back street in Georgetown when right in front of me these two cars smashed full speed right into each other, rolling over and taking out most if not all of the seating at a road edge bar. Naturally i thought to myself…’get your camera out, never mind the people.’
We featured Rhodri’s last collection of work a while back, and here’s his next lot; surreal portraits marking the space between kidulthood and adulthood. Maybe Bashy will soundtrack the project.