The project featured here is called “Unforeseeable Routine” and was created by the Photographer Maria Baoli. She has created a series of portraits dealing with the notion and the need to free and escape ourselves from the automatism of the […]
Jonathan Hobin is an award-winning and internationally noted photo-based artist. His work draws on iconic historical references and popular culture to explore the darker aspects of childhood. Hobin’s work has been exhibited internationally and featured in major media including CNN, […]
New York artist Kathleen Hayes‘ kitsch and colorful beach series is Flamingo Social Club – an askew dream escape on a hot day at the beach. It is a community, a place to play, rest, recover, recharge and worship the […]
The fashion and advertising photographer Kurt Stallaert (Belgium, 1969) is internationally recognized for his impacting images and personal style. Besides his professional work he has also developed a more personal art project he calls Bodybuilders’ World: a series of muscled […]
As the title of London photographer Kristian Taylor-Wood‘s series suggests, the subjects are his parent in-laws. Using the stereo type of uneasiness that can be conjured up when thinking about one’s in-laws, Taylor-Wood dresses his subjects in expressionless plastic animal masks and places them […]
Rick Craft is an emerging celebrity photographer based in Los Angeles CA. His work features a beautifully creepy vibe when the mood calls for it, hyper saturation and elaborate sets are a common theme. Rick Craft works in the film […]
Julie de Waroquier is a French philosophy student at Ecole Normale Supérieure / Université Lyon 3. She is a self-taught photographer who started photography in 2008. In 2012, she distinguished herself by winning several national and international photography awards, notably […]
The project featured here is called “Reflections” and was created by the American Photographer Tom Hussey for a Novartis drug called the Exelon Patch which is a prescription medicine for the treatment of Alzheimer’s dementia.
The Taiwanese art photographer, Wang Chien Yang has created an interesting exploration into “how the real us would be in an isolated world”. The home is a place of privacy of the individual, but at the same time a recluse […]
Young, free, loving life and living forever, that’s the main theme of this series by the Mexico-based photographer Joel Sossa.
Photographer Jun Ahn, from Seoul, South Korea takes precarious self-portraits from the tops of the highest buildings in various cities including that of her hometown Seoul, New York and Hong Kong. These depict “…a certain moment of time that did […]
Surreal Self-Portraits by an upcoming artist, Noell S. Oszvald who only began photography a year ago. The 22-year-old, Hungary-based photographer prefers to shoot herself in black and white, to accentuate the simple details and diminish the prominence of colors.
“They don’t know that a camera has captured it all; from straining arms clawing at sand to eyes squeezed tightly shut against the bite of salt.” Quotes Daisy Dumas, describing that of the work of Mark Tipple on his photographic […]
Thomas D’agostino, a photographer born in Paris, living in London and specialized in fine art. This series is called « Dirty London » and was done in 2012 in a small photographic studio based in Shoreditch.
Pavel Tereshkovets is an art and documentary photographer from Belarus. He was chosen in 2011 by the National Geographic jury as a runner-up in the Vale’s Eye On Sustainability Photo Contest. Here is an introduction to his series called « […]