Based in London, Brownlee has done fashion shoots for Dazed and Confused, Dazed Japan and Vice magazine, and has worked on a number of powerful personal projects, which often portray outsiders or sub-cultures with subtly, sensitivity and sympathy. Producing photographs that are intimate, frank and very often beautiful, Brownlee is emerging as a rare talent. We like her and you should too, She’s represented by east photographic and you can view more work here. The talk above is from last years offset festival in Dublin.
Always keeping busy the lovely girls over at inky goodness have pulled together another fresh batch of talented illustrators to exhibit at a recent design event in Antwerp. The exhibition was part part of a larger design event, The Fiend Project Art Festival which runs until the 28th of January. They have posted a little update on their blog here and this concedes nicely with the opening of the inky goodness online shop where various prints from this exhibition and others can be purchased.
Keep up the good work Inky Goodness.
Dappy premiered the video for his next single Rockstar last week and it features Brian May from the legendary rock band, Queen. I don’t think anybody could have predicted that team up. The collab came about after May spoke about being a fan of Dappy’s previous single ‘No Regrets’ in an interview, saying: “I just heard a great song by the guy from N-Dubz, Dappy, ‘No Regrets’. I started listening to the words and thought, ‘My God that’s the kind of song worthy of an award for lyrics’.” Nice words from the rock legend.
The video is second to none and is shot by the award winning music industry legend Colin Tilly.