Here are some of FIB’s current favourite photographers, who push creative and conceptual boundaries in relation to sex, love and war in their work. 1.
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H&M just announced their plans for a viral environmental campaign to raise awareness for this year’s World Recycle Week, supported by British-Sri Lankan musician M.I.A.