The London Underground is the world’s oldest subway, most people know it colloquially as the Tube. An engineering marvel and just as almost as famous is the map. The Tube map is instantly recognisable all over the world. It is a simple and elegant diagram of the 400-kilometre subway network. It is considered by many as one of the great images of the 20th century.
Ali Sahba is a freelance designer from Hamburg whose love for working on colourful and fun projects shines through in his photographic series, Brutal London. Maintaining a minimalist aesthetic, Sahba unearths the stark lines and geometry of Brutalist architecture around London. He presents each image in subdued tones, setting them against
Christopher Duffy of Duffy London, has created the Abyss Wall Relief, a sculptural wall piece that uses layers to create the ancient depths of the ocean and an abyss that gazes back. Source: The Abyss Wall Relief By Christopher Duffy Abyss Horizon Coffee Table by Christopher Duffy “ Abyss Horizon ”
Stunning street shots at night by Luke Holbrook, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer currently based in London, England. Luke focuses on urban and street photography. He is a master of night photography. Source: Moody Street Photos Of London After Dark By Luke Holbrook
Siân Davey, Torquay, 5am. Copyright Siân Davey, courtesy of The Michael Hoppen Gallery, London. “Everybody, to some varying degree, wants to be seen,” photographer Siân Davey said, when I spoke with her by phone from London. We’re discussing a series of images Davey took of her stepdaughter, Martha, as she
Joey works largely in sketchbooks which “vary in mediums, but I carry a massive pencil case with assorted materials that work well when travelling- gouache, felt tips, coloured pencils and paper. I like when things are a little messy”. Source: Joey Yu’s sporadic and colourful illustrations play upon on