Mesmerising metro photography

2014 saw Montreal-based photographer, Chris Forsyth start his Montreal Metro Project, which set out to explore his daily urban environment. During his daily commute to college he captured photos of the 1960’s stations and shared them on Instagram alongside #mtmetroproject. Before long visitors and fellow Montreal residents began building a photographic archive of the city’s 68… read more


“Stripe Guy” artist Daniel Buren brings colour and light to Paris

78-year-old French artist Daniel Buren may have worked in numerous media, including marble, stone, plastic and plexiglass, but one thing has been  fairly constant in his work – the stripe. Thanks to a large body of work featuring the distinctive pattern from the 1960’s onwards – you may have seen it in Margate’s The Turner Contemporary and London’s newly refurbished Tottenham… read more


The irrepressible rise of the black house – a journey through Britain’s finest

Something has been happening in Britain’s residential architecture scene… and that something is the colour black. You may have spotted it while searching for ‘contemporary holiday home’ and found yourself looking at cute black buildings in locations as far ranging as the Isle of Skye to the moors of mid-Wales. Or maybe you’re familiar with (arguably) the UK’s most densely populated area… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist