EIZO is committed to the art of great images, so we’ve spent the last few years travelling around the world, meeting some of the best image makers in their field, finding out how they work and why colour is so vital when making something amazing.



by Nadine Ijewere

As part of our sponsorship of Creative Review’s Photography Annual, we met London based photographer Nadine Ijewere, who was nominated in their Zeitgeist category. We went with her to the dramatic Isle of Skye where she created a new piece of work entitled Rêver. The fashion story explores the idea of perceptions of beauty and colour.


Ghanaian Youth

by Kyle Weeks

Our latest film in collaboration with Creative Review’s Photography Annual, profiles Kyle Weeks, who was nominated in their Zeitgiest category. For the last two years, Kyle has walked the streets of Accra, Ghana learning about the culture of the people, photographing a complex, intense and intimate portrayal of Ghanaian youth and street styles, exploring ideas of masculinity and immense creativity and self-expression.



By Framestore

Visual effects company, Framestore, take us through their work for the movie Tarzan and why studying nature became the one of the most important parts of the job they had to do.


Forbes Massie

Architectural visualisers

Forbes Massie create beautiful architectural visualisations. They don’t think of their work as ‘CGI’, more like artistic image making where colour and light creates an atmosphere and a mood that’s good enough for your grandmother to hang on her wall.


Elizaveta Porodina

Fashion photographer

Russian photographer Elizaveta Porodina makes work where the colour and tone creates almost its own world in her images. We met her in Munich to talk about what she means when she says ‘Life is full of unexpected hidden magic’.