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Leather leashes and inversion tables: Sasha Frolova's photographs challenge the role age plays in society

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One-shot-photography-itsnicethat-list-alt Work / Photography One Shot: the gallery offering "the most limited, limited edition photos ever" from top photographers

“It’s tangible, romantic, rich and vibrant,” replies Daan van Dam when asked what it is he loves about analogue photography. “The patience you need to have and the uncertainty of whether a shot will be a masterpiece or a mistake is the beauty of it all.” It’s this poetic concept that became the essence of One Shot, a project developed by Daan alongside Zack McDonald and Zorica Radovic.

Vicki-king-photography-itsnicethat-list-alt Work / Photography Photographer Vicki King’s latest work is as dreamy and otherworldly as ever

Vicki King is one of those photographers whose images make you want to step straight into the world they create. Her subjects seem to inhabit somewhere else – an eternally sunny place, their faces awash with warm hues of orange and pink. This otherworldly-ness is no mistake explains the London-based photographer, who admits to having an obsession with wanting to exist in a “timeless dreamscape.”

Lucas-foglia-photography-itsnicethat-list-alt Work / Photography “Go outside. It’s good for you”: Lucas Foglia’s breathtaking and challenging series Human Nature

“Go outside. It’s good for you,” replies photographer Lucas Foglia when asked what he has learned (and what he hopes others will learn) from his series Human Nature. Currently on display at Foam Museum, Amsterdam, and recently published into a book by Nazraeli Press, the series is at times genuinely breathtaking in its portrayal of stories linking people, nature and science.

Listnewnew Work / Photography Adelaide Ivanova's photography blurs fact with fiction

Brazilian artist Adelaide Ivanova’s website quotes Susan Sontag’s book Regarding the Pain of Others, which criticises humanity’s relationship with war photography for turning death into an artistic object. It is unsurprising then that Adelaide’s series Direction Paris saw the artist interviewing Spanish Civil War survivors, photographing them and compiling her images alongside archival footage. Direction Paris is Adelaide’s personal exploration of humanity’s relationship to war.

Tea-uglow-bookshelf-itsnicethat-list Regulars / Bookshelf Google’s Tea Uglow’s Bookshelf includes “Second-wave cyberpunk” and “print wizardry”

As someone whose career involves developing potentials for the future of reading, including books which can be “owned” and “borrowed” through the use of blockchain technology; and a novel set inside Google’s street view, both as part of Editions at Play, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to find out which books from the past have impacted the brilliant Tea Uglow.

Nicer-tuesdays-april-launch-list Regulars / Nicer Tuesdays Tickets available now for the next Nicer Tuesdays

At our next Nicer Tuesdays event, our speakers will be delving into the ideas and processes behind their recent creations, ranging from brilliantly oddball books and hypnotic digital artwork to emotive illustration and soul-searching animation. Buy tickets now for 1 May to hear from illustrator Marion Deuchars, creative Max Siedentopf, digital and video artist Natalia Stuyk and animator Will Anderson at Oval Space from a Bafta nomination and winning best short at the British Animation Awards, animator Will Anderson will be speaking about his much-lauded film Have Heart. In a captivatingly simple aesthetic, the animation tells the story of a weary animated gif stuck in a loop on the internet, on the cusp of an existential crisis. The director will be explaining the ideas behind his comedic yet poignant premise, and sharing the processes he went through to make his geometric characters come to life.The idiosyncratic brushwork and hand-drawn typography of illustrator Marion Deuchars is instantly recognisable, and have charmed children and grown-ups alike in her many books. Recently, Marion has been both educating and inspirational in her books about the art world, particularly in Bob the Artist, which aims to teach kids about well-known artistic techniques while also encouraging individuality. She’ll be telling us more about the follow-up, Bob’s Blue Period, about feeling sad and expressing emotions through creativity.Max Siedentopf is a creative working in advertising, who on the side creates a myriad of brilliantly oddball and original personal projects. He’s behind that photography series of families with watermelon heads, for example, and is co-founder of Ordinary magazine, which celebrates mundane everyday objects from washing up sponges to plastic cutlery. Max will be speaking about some of his latest passion projects, including a sticker book and gif series Instructions for World Peace.Natalia Stuyk is a video and digital artist who creates surreal, warping imagery in vivid saturated colours. Her commercial work often sees her collaborate with fashion brands such as Kenzo, Nike and Stella McCartney, and musicians such as Basement Jaxx and Crystal Fighters, but this year has seen Natalia branch out from the digital to the physical space. She’ll be sharing more about this ongoing project, a new avenue for her work, and the intricate makings of her hypnotic visuals.

Sebastiancuri-salondelosabrazos-illustration-itsnicethat-list Work / Illustration Sebastian Curi's illustrations reach joyful new heights, shapes and sizes

It’s been a busy few months for Argentinian illustrator and animator Sebastian Curi. When we last chatted to Sebastian he was settled in Los Angeles, with a back catalogue of amazing clients and was working as an animation director at Buck. In just a few months everything has changed, he’s over in Vancouver for a start, “at this small but super cozy studio full of talented people called Giant Ant,” he explains and his move has inspired a breadth of illustration side projects too, which “felt amazing!”

Marlonilg-blossomseries-graphicdesign-itsnicethat-list Work / Graphic Design Marlon Ilg looks back to his art school years for his innovative, type-led designs

Zurich-based graphic designer Marlon Ilg’s creations are characterised by their unconventional, offbeat typographic arrangements. Having worked on a broad range of design jobs from independent research projects to corporate visual identities, Marlon has years of experience under his belt. His ongoing series for local exhibition space Blossom, in particular, has offered him the opportunity to move beyond his comfort zone, experimenting and exploring alternative formats. “Blossom is an artist-run space in Zurich, which was set up by Gregory Hari, a local performance artist. Dedicated to the idea of collaboration, Blossom changes its structure according to the various projects it takes on. Each new endeavour involves inviting an external individual or group to create a new creative dynamic. Blossom has been a hotspot for exhibitions, workshops and underground parties since 2016,” Marlon tells It’s Nice That.

Animalpress-delirium-jinheehan-baptistevirot-illustration-itsnicethat-2list2 Work / Illustration Baptiste Virot's dizzy and disorientating new comic, Delirium

Acid-drenched colours and vibrant compositions permeate Animal Press’ archive of Risograph zines and illustrations. The Belgian-Korean publishing house was originally set up in 2013 by Jinhee Han who was subsequently joined by It’s Nice That’s much-loved illustrator Baptiste Virot. After printing multiple publications in South Korea, the duo moved back to Belgium but didn’t completely cut their Korean tie. “We spent more than two and a half months producing our first two books of the year because we wanted to print them ourselves. It took a really long time. It was difficult but fun. We then met a guy in Seoul who loved printing so we proposed he start his own Riso atelier. He followed our advice and named it Animal Print. We now work with Animal Print in order to produce as many publications as possible,” Jinhee tells It’s Nice That.

Vivien-hoffmann-graphic-design-itsnicethat-list-alt Work / Graphic Design Vivien Hoffmann mixes Swiss design with drop shadows, metallic effects and touches of humour

“On the one hand I admire the simplicity and lucidity of Swiss graphic design and, on the other hand, I can’t stop using drop shadows and metallic effects,” German graphic designer Vivien Hoffmann tells It’s Nice That. “However,” she adds, “I don’t think one necessarily excludes the other – mixing styles and combining unrelated elements often leads to the results I’m most happy with.”

Michela-zoppi-graphic-design-itsnicethat-list-alt Work / Publication Michela Zoppi's conceptual approach to graphic design explores the social role of the designer

Although it’s a medium packed full of practical applications, graphic design also promotes the exploration of ideas from a conceptual standpoint and it’s this space that Italian designer Michela Zoppi’s work firmly occupies. Inspired by a host of references that include the typographic experiments of the Futurist Movement, William Blake’s poetry and Jean Lucas Godard’s films, Michela has developed an incredibly conceptual and thought-provoking approach to her work.

Joshking-khruangbin-evanfinsthethirdroom-film-itsnicethat-3 Work / Film Josh King directs video for Khruangbin featuring a lady hula-hooping her way through Shanghai

A few years back we described designer, director and previous It’s Nice That graduate Josh King as a “Kingston graduate who spends his days being paid to come up with brilliant ideas because that’s exactly what he’s best at.” This statement remains undoubtedly true. In his latest creative endeavour Josh directed Khruangbin’s genius music video for their song Evan Finds The Third Room, which involves Han Li, a smiling lady in green, picking up an imaginary hula hoop while taking out the trash. She then proceeds to dance her way through Shanghai’s various neighbourhoods.

Nathan-hackett-illustration-itsnicethat-listimage Work / Illustrator Nathan Hackett's playful illustrations explore relationships between humans and their surroundings

British illustrator Nathan Hackett is a story weaver; writing playful narratives for the characters who inhabit the intricate buildings he creates. Illustrating since he was 11 years old — at first doodles in his maths books, then blow-pens won as a prize on the nineties hit TV show Art Attack and later studying illustration at Bournemouth College of Art, Nathan’s work powerfully and playfully sparks conversation on how we, as people, interact with our surroundings.

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