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INFRINGE Published on 13/04/2018
Hick Duarte’s series Chavosos captures barbershop culture on the fringes of São Paulo
Art & Culture Published on 17/05/2017
Hair reigns supreme in this collaborative project between hairdresser Marina Roy and photographer Albert Plehov
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 19/02/2018
The Nigerian photographer creates a nuanced portrait of barbering in West African countries
Art & Culture Published on 01/09/2016
Using hemp to create hair-like structures, her eerie artworks seem to resemble living forms
Art & Culture Published on 09/01/2018
The photographer presents vivid red hair as a cascading waterfall in her series 'Redfall'
Art & Culture Published on 21/12/2017
Developed by THEUNSEEN in collaboration with hairstylist Kieran Tudor, the responsive new dye changes colour depending on temperature
Art & Culture Published on 17/02/2017
This vibrant photo series by Medina Dugger celebrates the art of Nigerian hair culture
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 11/07/2017
The Spanish creative showcases his handmade neon collages in his interpretation of INFRINGE Cult Hair
Art & Culture, Cult Hair Published on 10/04/2018
The session stylist fills scrapbooks with doodles, paintings and collages – all dedicated to hair
People Published on 24/03/2018
Japanese hairstylist Shinji Konishi’s animal props are a work of art
Art & Culture, People Published on 14/03/2018
A new exhibition charting the history of hairdressing
Art & Culture Published on 16/02/2018
In her eerie series ‘Storytellers’, the Dutch artist depicts her subjects with their faces bound with hair
Art & Culture Published on 23/01/2018
“Hair is a remnant of the wildness that we possess” - Shoplifter
Art & Culture Published on 20/10/2016
Photographer Roneil Chavez transforms strokes of neon dye on hair into a series of bold, abstract images
Art & Culture Published on 05/01/2017
In the dreamlike series Big Head Poetry, her subjects appear with their heads encased in hair
Art & Culture Published on 05/10/2017
Artist Cristina Burns manipulates hair to the extreme in this colourful series
Art & Culture Published on 17/04/2018
“I got some old hairdressing scissors and literally started trying to do haircuts into the clay.”
Art & Culture, People Published on 05/04/2018
81-year-old Kanehisa Osawa has been styling traditional Japanese wigs for over 60 years
Art & Culture, People Published on 16/03/2018
Created for Tokyo arts hub Pavilion, the Japanese session stylist’s atmospheric piece features hair-covered lanterns
Art & Culture, People Published on 08/03/2018
“I attempt to humorously consider how the body itself can be increased as a means of protection within a society obsessed with hairless women”
Art & Culture Published on 06/02/2018
Pablo Kuemin and Daniel Archer collaborate on a wig series with intergalactic inspirations
Art & Culture, Editorial Published on 16/01/2018
Josh Coombes is the founder of the movement #DoSomethingForNothing which encourages people to reach out to a person in need through simple acts of kindness
Art & Culture, People Published on 10/11/2016
In her new book, anthropologist Emma Tarlo chronicles the extraordinary scale of the human hair industry, and meets the people whose lives are inextricably connected through this fibre
Art & Culture Published on 14/11/2017
The photographer’s new book gets under the skin of the subcultures that emerged against a backdrop of turbulent social change
Art & Culture Published on 14/09/2017
NOTHING MORE TO LOAD

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Pablo Kuemin and Daniel Archer collaborate on a wig series with intergalactic inspirations

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