Lovely new portrait amongst the Cherry Blossom from Joseph’s Knitted Camouflage series.
Seth Globepainter is one of the world’s best known street artists. For the last 15 years he has been working around the theme of childhood. Joseph met him when they were artists in residence at MAUSA museum of street art in Alsace last year (Joseph photographed him infront of his work THOR which you can see in his folio.)
Seth had painted a series of murals around the Marché des Batignolles in the 17th in Paris, all based on children’s books which were the perfect backdrop for another playful portrait in Joseph’s Knitted Camouflage series.
Joseph had the pleasure of being featured on ITV this week. He and knitter Nina Dodd were interviewed on their ongoing personal project Knitted Camouflage.
New from Joseph from his Knitted Camouflage series. Joseph and his collaborator knitter Nina Dodd spotted the perfect location near Brighton, then Nina used 1950’s swimming costume patterns for that authentic itchy woollen feel to these rockpooling costumes.
Tom Bunning was delighted to be invited to Lords Cricket Ground earlier this year. His images soak up the atmosphere of the tours at the Lords Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Lords is the most famous Ground in the world, steeped in over 200 years of history and tradition. It's also the keeper of the Laws of Cricket and the art, history and evolving cultural identity of the Game at all levels.
Tom was asked to visit Tesla's European Headquarters at Tilburg, in the Netherlands for The Gentleman's Journal. How could he refuse?
Tom Bunning blowing the cobwebs away for North Sea Clothing Company.
I am absolutely delighted that Flock now represents amazing photographer Phil Fisk. A master of lighting and mood, a lover of film and narrative he was the perfect choice for BAFTA who commissioned this project which shines a light on the whole filmmaking process from famous faces in front of the camera to the magicians behind the scenes.