Marianna Rothen // Shadows in Paradise

A red dress is lying like a carcass on the lawn. Shoes abandoned next to it; the chair tipped up. A discarded blonde wig no longer means anything – no longer screams siren or bombshell or sex; only emptiness. And the question of what happened here. If the women in Marianna Rothen’s earlier series (Snow […]

Workaholic // Camille Vignaud

Camille Vignaud is a designer and artist who launched her own agency in 2011, within just a few short years of leaving university. Her desire then was to bring more of her personal artistry to graphic design, and it’s an ambition she certainly attains. Her dream-like aesthetic now gets filtered through books, websites, and entire […]

Living across continents is a hazy state of mind // By Elena Ellen

Living across continents is a hazy state of mind. In London I wake up and it’s dark. The sun cuts soft across an outstretched landscape of roofs and tall, packed houses, being slowly transformed into day. The stereotypes are wrong: that first heady dose of sunlight is not blue, it’s green. A fresh wash of colour that’s […]

Elena Larsson // New Work Magazine Contributor and Artist

London and Sydney based artist Elena Larsson brings to life moments in time that feel like a memory – something you are trying to let go of but can’t seem to release, owing to the severe intimacy they hold over your heart. We are excited to have her as a regular contributor to the Work magazine family. Below are […]

Working With Nature – Azadeh Shladovsky

Our friend Azadeh Shladovsky has emerged as a designer best known for her artful, empathetic interiors, premiered her collection of “nature inspired,” sculptural furniture last week at Jean de Merry Melrose Place.      Shladovsky’s premier furniture collection explores her unique relationship with nature, and highlights her ability to create powerful expressions that are as […]