Vignette is pleased to announce Kasia Wozniak has won the Vignette Award 2013. The Award attracted a huge number of entries but from very early on in the selection process Wozniak’s work stood out as something unique. Kasia Wozniak, 30, has a Fashion Photography MA from the London College of Fashion after being awarded the Harold...
Perhaps more than any other, Hip-Hop is a musical genre powered by imagery of ambition and aspiration. Since the social media revolution, young artists have had the means to promote and release their material without having to rely on the traditional industry ‘gatekeepers’. But in the age of instant sharing, is this new generation still...
How many of us weren’t good enough at guitar to be in a band and hoped through photography we could wrangle our way on our favourite bands world tour? For most of us it never panned out, however Hiro Tanaka is the exception.
With just over a week before the Vignette Award closes we decided to ask our judge Susanna Brown a few questions about her passion for photography.
From humble beginnings as a magazine in the 1990’s Vice now finds itself a global media brand, whom everyone from fashion houses to HBO wants a piece of. The rise of Vice seems both unpredictable and unrelenting.
Taking inspiration from both architectural and documentary photography, London based Jasper Fry captures urban images with a meticulous eye for detail.
To give everyone entering the Vignette Award a better insight into our panel we decided to ask the judges a few questions about their passion for photography.
Here at Vignette it’s fair to say we don’t often venture into the world of found photography. We leapt at the chance to make an exception however, when we recently sneaked a peak at Trampolines & Bouncy Castles, a new pair of photo books from photographers James & Edward Newton
Our goal for the award is to find some of the best photographic imagery in the world, rewarding the winner with a £1000 cash prize to further their practice.