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Phaidon has published a new book about Stephen Shore who chronicled his time photographing at The Factory in the mid-sixties. Stephen Shore began photographing Andy Warhol’s Factory in 1965, when he was just 17, offering an insight into one of the most compelling

"Optimystic" is a modern take on the centuries-old custom of Guatemalan sawdust carpets made by the creative duo Craig & Karl. Traditionally the carpets are created on city streets as a pathway for ceremonial processions, and ‘Optimystic’ is our new

Prints, prints and more prints. This is how Romina Ressia, an Argentinian photographer, represents women in her photographs: with the face covered with the same pattern drawn on the background. This is her way to represent how people are affected by

Now we walk on them, but before we hung them on the walls and even on tables. Turks or Persians. Carpets are today the decorative wildcard for our homes and some people even dare to reinvent them. The drawn by Jonathan

We believe in second chances, and also for fabrics, but we didn’t imagine that someone would lead it to this level. That someone is Tully Satre, a young American who decided to strip his jeans and create art works like