1. Dubai, May 2014


  2. Through the looking glass: light bouncing around my flat in the evening.


  3. Original Selfies: “I longed to arrest all beauty that came before me, and at length the longing has been satisfied.” - Julia Margaret Cameron, Self-Portrait c.1870 http://bit.ly/1jrwzzq


  4. Looking through old photos I’m getting an insatiable wanderlust … Pics are from trips in the last few years to Spain, Egypt, South Africa, Thailand, Australia.


  5. Loving ‘Faded’ app … My iPhone is like a light-leaky, smudgy, multiple-exposure junky Holga!


  6. mattwjennings:

    Heaven Beach Resort, Koh Phayam, Thailand, November 2013.

    Stacey sketching Aow Kao Kwai one lazy afternoon at the Heaven Beach bar. 

    Me doing a lil sketching :)


  7. Level 4 at Tate Modern is the perfect way to cure the January blues, with light pieces by Dan Flavin, bright abstracts and cubist genius from Picasso and Braque


  8. Inspired by the trend for square frames in mobile image capture I decided to collect shots of square works at Tate Modern using Vine … Like an arty treasure hunt.


  9. Hello I love you, won’t you tell me your name?

    More than a retrospective, I need to book in some time to see the life, mind and works of Paul Smith at Design Museum, London


  10. Gorgeous daily artworks from 2013 by George Schmidt georgeschmidt.tumblr.com


    Dear Tumblr’s, thanks for following along in 2013 for the everyday drawings project. I set out to do a drawing a day for the entire year, and that’s what I did. It was an invigorating and exciting project from day one, and I’m glad I got to share it with all of you! Thanks! and Happy New Year!

    I’m looking forward to sharing some more projects with all of you this year, including some sculptures, some exhibitions and a project to build a new studio…. More to come !!


  11. Late at Tate Britain


  12. Sleepy cat


  13. Holi Fetival snaps taken with my Diana F+ (closest thing I had to a paint proof camera!), using Lomo redscale 120mm film. The festival is based on the Hindu celebration of the same name and generally involved throwing powdered paint at each other under the watchful eyes of the iconic of Battersea Power Station, London.

    (Great fun, even if the redscale film makes it look a bit eerie!)


  14. Time is what you make of it … Little vine I made exploring the Royal Observatory buildings at the Greenwich Meridian line site.


  15. Exploring the Saatchi Gallery, London