Originally from London but now living in Melbourne Samuel Johnson has designed the album artwork and/or visuals for a lot of musicians that I listen to such as Dpat, Wayward, Ta-ku, Atu, MS MR, Stwo, XXYYXX, JMSN and so on. His cover for Ta-Ku’s upcoming EP Songs to Break Up to (out October 8th in digital/vinyl via HW&W and Sunday Records) reminds me a bit of Nick Knight’s photography of flowers and, at a stretch, Peter Saville’s album cover design for New Order’s Power Corruption and Lies. I like the balance between the depth created by the darker areas around the flowers and the flowers themselves. It seems to enhance the rich colours.
Grant Haffner- Endless Freedom of the Open RoadBorn in 1978, Grant Haffner has been a resident of Long Island's East End for most of his life. (more…)
Ben Ruswick – INVERTED OBSERVATORYBenjamin Ruswick joined MMA in 2015 and has worked on private residences and multi-family projects including Crest Apartments, the fourth MMA-Skid Row Housing Trust project currently under constructio...
Edward S. Curtis – Trace of the PastEdward Sheriff Curtis (February 16, 1868 – October 19, 1952) was an American ethnologist and photographer of theAmerican West and of Native American peoples. (more…)