Hannah Starkey has won the inaugural St James Group Photography Prize, worth £20 000, ahead of 32 leading photographers including Martin Parr and Jem Southam. The theme for the competition was contemporary urban landscape. Starkey’s images (pictured) are ‘uncanny, mysterious and complex’ and ‘an extraordinary English vision of urban space’, say the judges. An exhibition of the shortlisted work called Urban Visions runs until 9 November at Flowers East, 82 Kingsland Road, London E2.
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The design studio’s future-facing vehicle concept has Covid precautions and details inspired by the city of London.
Illustrator Natasha Durley discusses modernising the classic nature series, incorporating new features of the UK’s landscape and a “layered” technique.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to Facebook director of product design Austin Chang about cross-family design, moving beyond apps and taking on 1,000