This Week's Discoveries
We stumbled onto John Zabawa mid-week and have been obsessing with him since. His paintings, posters and pretty much everything he does is incredibly nice, working very well with our love for graphic imagery with beautiful colour schemes. Also big fan of how his exhibition 'So many People' was curated, working with plants, light and sand to create a beautiful environment to enjoy his art in.
Like A Woman
We've just heard that Penguin is launching a pop-up shop on Rivington Street, stocked with female writers only, for International Women's Day. It's a celebration of "the way that women contribute, often under the radar, to every facet of society" and recognises female figures who have "made a difference or fought for change" in fields such as politics, activism, writing, art, science, sports and culture, among others. We couldn't be more excited!
London-based photographer Arianna Lago creates the most beautiful images, bursting with light and delicate colours in powerful compositions. Her Instagram makes us happy.
These Stack sculptures by British artist Annie Morris has caught our eye this week. We love their playful, powerful yet fragile appearance. Annie Morris is based just round the corner from our studio, where she works with not only sculpture but painting and drawing too, drawing inspiration from her own life-experiences.