Peter Aitchison- travel photographer only trusts Hahnemühle paper

“I only print with Hahnemühle paper. It really is the very best for my work” stated British travel photographer Peter Aitchison in our Q&A.
30 years ago, Peter began his career training as a studio assistant. He then eventually moved on to being a stills photographer on The Big Breakfast – a British light entertainment television show on screen till 2002. Through various other jobs and projects, he soon realised that travel was his main feature. This is when Peter decided to focus more on his travelling projects. He has visited many countries and main cities including Morocco, India, Paris and New York.
Read further for more information and to explore his talent with images below.


It´s movie time! Cineastes edition of Julian Rentzsch and Stellavie

It is the profound love and appreciation for movies and their creators that truly inspired these collection of prints by Stellavie. The Hamburg based design studio is run by Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein. This time, the duo partnered up with illustrator Julian Rentzsch. Pairing skillfully set typography and beautiful Hahnemühle William Turner cotton paper with Julian’s remarkable drawing and illustration skills, these prints combine analog graphic art with the digital fine art printing. “It’s movie time!” portrays some of the most brilliant minds and work from the history of film. We asked Stellavie and Julian Rentzsch in a Q&A about their project.


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From sketch to animation

Guest article by Kiana Naghshineh

The cartoon plot:

Two brothers who could not be more different: One is tall, somewhat deceitful and rude, the other is a sensitive and naive boy, how you can be as the younger child.


Close-up photographs to make a change … interview with photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale

“If your pictures aren´t good enough, you´re not close enough” once stated Robert Capa, co-founder of Magnum Photos. Marcus Bleasdale is one of the world’s leading documentary photographers who is close to social, ethnic or economic conflicts around the world and got the Robert Capa Gold Medal 2015 for his reportage photography. He increasingly uses his work to influence decision makers and policy makers around the world.
His work on human rights and conflict have been shown at the U.S. Senate, The United Nations and the Houses of Parliament in the UK. Bleasdale’s work also appears in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Sunday Times
Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, Stern, Le Monde, TIME Magazine, Newsweek and National Geographic.

He has also published two books: “One Hundred Years of Darkness” (2002) and “The Rape of a Nation” (2009). Bleasdale lives in Oslo with his wife Karin Beate. He is a long-term collaborator of ART WORKS Projects and a founding board member of Congo Kids Initiative. Between his travels, lectures and workshops he took the time to answer our Q&A.