Photography from a queer perspective forms the stock of a new photographic agency and library called Gaze. The venture seeks to represent ‘our multi-sexual, multi-racial, multi-class community’, according to a spokeswoman. Based in west London, Gaze seeks to broaden the range of images available to the media to ‘allow an informed and non-stereotyped view’. Photographers whose work is to be included in the stock library include Della Grace, Lola Flash, Sarah Booker and C. Moore Hardy, whose work is pictured here. The Gaze spokeswoman says ‘collaborators’ are gathering images in Mykonos, Lesbos, Nepal, Thailand and Malaysia to bolster the library’s content. Gaze is holding a launch exhibition at the London Lighthouse, London W11, from 7 to 20 February.
Announced at this year’s Adobe Max conference, designers and illustrators will be able to use the image editing and design software on a touchscreen device in 2019.
Adobe’s latest piece of software enables designers, illustrators and artists to create lifelike oil and watercolour paintings on-screen using their stylus as a paintbrush, and also allows them to delete
Familiar symbols of music production such as play, pause and fast-forward were used alongside photographs of current students to create an “active” look.
The galleries in Great Missenden explore the life of the children’s author, who lived in the village – an inspiration for many stories – for 36 years.