Art

David Wills

Work

Consumer cache

Consumer cache Once you begin to collect something, it’s difficult to stop. It becomes habit, and over time mounds rise. The things I collected here are worthless, single-use items designed for convenience. They’re throw-away, useless. These are just from...

Now I’m here

Now I’m here While oblivion can be defined as being unaware or unconscious of what is happening, it’s more an ignoring of it. We’re often aware, we just choose to consider a problem too difficult to tackle, or decide that no matter what we do, we won’t have an...

Lurker

Lurker Under the superficial guise of fashion, Lurker stalks the streets in search of new cover images for a non-existant magazine. Originally started as a response to a growing anxiety around street photography, Lurker is interested in privacy and celebrates...

Beagle

Beagle In 1991 in Amsterdam I began what would eventually become Beagle. Back then, I used the pages I tore from magazines to create collages, loosely bundling like images together for later use. In the intervening years, Beagle has grown into a significant archive...

Turnstile

Turnstile Turnstile was an extensive database-driven photographic website with a bold graphic identity. Turnstile was online for 12 years from 2006 to 2018 and was archived by the National Library of Australia in Canberra and was recommended by Things Magazine. The...