Graphic art and photography enthusiasts will be thrilled by the latest collections from Copenhagen-based studio Atelier Cph called Circles and Outlined. As its name suggests, the Circles poster series was inspired by circles in various sizes. Using hand painted textilSe and cut out lines, they created a set of stark minimal art. In Outlined, the artists took hand-painted fabric cutouts and combined them with digital shapes, then connected them with thin lines. Striking black and white colors are softened with warm neutrals. Danish photographer Jonas Danholt then shot the arranged pieces with a Hasselblad camera to show paint, texture, and structure in a new, digital way.
“There’s a special rhythm to walking in Japan,” says photographer and book designer Craig Mod, whose latest project captures the experience of hiking Japan’s thousand-year-old Kumano Kodo pilgrimage path.
The resulting photobook shares images from Craig’s and fellow photographer Dan Rubin’s 107-kilometer journey, from serene forest views to misty mornings on the trail. Learn more about this “long, quiet walk in the woods” here.