HAPPY NEW YEAR!
And welcome to the first edition of paper\FLOW - the monthly round-up from FLOW PHOTOGRAPHIC.
paper\FLOW contains news from the FLOW studio, links to websites and Instagram feeds we follow as well as a scrapbook of specially curated items, known as PAPER:CUTS that we think you will find interesting.
FLOW is Europe's leading inkjet printing studio. We specialise in our own adapted techniques and a hand-in-hand approach to print making.
We’ve just finished printing a new set of Primitive Carbon Prints for the celebrated documentary photographer Caroline De Bertodano. These beautiful images are of the ballerina Claudi Morosini and were shot on location in London last summer.
Caroline chose FLOW to make the prints with our exclusive Primitive Carbon (PCP) method because, as Caroline said, “they are the equal of platinum prints and can be worked directly from a digital original”.
For more information about Primitive Carbon printing please click here.
We’re delighted that the AOP has asked us to continue to be their primary print partners for the year ahead. We are delighted to do this. More news about this to come but in the meantime here are some picture and footage from this years opening night.
EoH is a site dedicated to showing photo stories. In a way it’s like the pioneering ‘Time Life’ or ‘Illustrated News’ magazines that popularised documentary photography in the 20th Century.
LOOK AT THE PICTURES - a new movie about Robert Mapplethorpe.
The only thing more outrageous than Robert Mapplethorpe's photographs was his life. This is the portrait of an artist who turned contemporary photography into a fine art, with a vision that created a culture war, still raging to this day.
Photographica Podcast is for anyone interested in photography. Photographica featuresinterviews and audio-essays as well as photomuses and informal conversations with notable photographers and film makers.