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Ellen Rogers

Ellen Rogers has to be one of my favourite photographers. Her amazing work is always feminine and evocative, with subject matter often acquiring a dark, haunting beauty. Rogers work is entirely analogue, using traditional methods in every photograph she produces, which is an impressive feat in this modern age. This series has a lovely Virgin feel to it which is somewhat fitting with December 25 upon us. Check it out and see what you think.

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Marguerite Sauvage

Marguerite Sauvage is a French illustrator who has a great portfolio of work, even doing some work for New Zealand (my homeland) clients. I recently found these two illustrations and something about them appealed to me more than Sauvage’s usual work. Both pieces have a political purpose – the first is against child slavery and the second is against harm to the environment via the overuse of plastic. I love the vibrant colour and find both images very captivating, as well as a little haunting with the use of the skeleton. The touch of death adds an important reminder about time and, for me, reminds us that what we do on this planet reaches a lot wider and longer than our own existence.

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