Photographs and text by Paul Rider

Photographs and text by Paul Rider

These old-school photograms are artful, abstract, mysterious, and a shocking reminder that discarded plastics will never break down naturally — art as a wake-up call. Plastic was a miracle invention, created to make our lives more livable and modern. It offers many conveniences to how we purchase and package our goods, and even create some […]

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How to Change the Color of a White Object in Photoshop

How to Change the Color of a White Object in Photoshop

If you’d like to know how to change the color of a white object in Photoshop, or any other color for that matter, then this is for you. Regardless of the editing platform you use, there are plenty of tasks that seem simple enough for anyone — until you try to do them. In truth, […]

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Bahamas Art: The Best Notebooks for Note-taking and Sketching

In the digital age, where everybody takes notes on their laptops, ideas, unfortunately, flutter away. Whereas recording your ideas and notes in an analog way gives you a much more refreshed mind. It may be more comfortable to carry a tablet or laptop with you, but a quality and light notebook will help increase your productivity. […]

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Deana Lawson Wins One of the World’s Top Photography Prizes for Work That ‘Reframes the Black Experience’

Deana Lawson Wins One of the World’s Top Photography Prizes for Work That ‘Reframes the Black Experience’

Deana Lawson, a photographer whose work is currently the subject of a traveling survey in the U.S., has won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize. Though it only comes with £30,000 (about $36,600), the award is considered to be among the most important ones devoted to photography. It has previously been won by artists such […]

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