Kamila Musilova‘s series Grandfather and Grandmother further explores visual records of family through portraiture. The photograph series Grandfather and Grandmother is a visual record of the life of my grandparents. It is my deepest expression of their portrait. With these installations, I tried to capture their lives, customs and the environment in which they live....
Another take on the scenic route with interesting architectural features and monochromatic palette from Dresden photographer Martin Wunderwald.
I’ve stumbled upon old photographs of Picasso producing light drawings documented by Gjon Mili, a photographer for the Life Magazine, in southern France in 1940.
Kim Høltermand has been busy with a few projects including a collaboration with other artists and musicians called Outliers, which I’ve mentioned on my blog a few years ago. Meanwhile here are a few of his ephemeral shots from his series called Norden and the other from Iceland.
New series of cinematic photographs by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg from the fashion week called Cinemagraphs.
Creative and Art Director PoL Úbeda Hervàs plays with this series called I’m Not There, reflecting on one’s existence in an almost empty portrait and becomes more self-aware. How can we accept we are changing? How can we accept we hardly recognize ourselves in certain situations? These pictures are the way I see myself now. My shadow...
Times (Wall Street), a series of photographs by Ang Choon Leng or Clang ruminates on our time and existence within a space or environment. I often dwell upon urban and contemporary themes and landscapes; be it the city or its inhabitants. Intrigued by subtle changes in my environment, I find a corresponding shift in my...
A new series from Chris Sisarich called Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere. The photographs takes us in the middle of a desert in Egypt, with mostly sand and empty terrains, and some fragments of living by those that perhaps moved on.
Though I didn’t own a phone when Instagram came out, I still followed a few good photographers from my iPod. Cole Rise was one of the earlier artists I followed because of his ethereal photographs of landscapes and sometimes abstract portraits from Iceland and other exotic venues. He currently resides in San Francisco and his photographs are available...
Ghostly images from New York based photographer Jacob Sutton.
Lovely collection of double exposed 35mm photographs from Oliver Morris.
A series called ”One” may seem like a collection of ordinary photographs of people clustered in the streets of London, however the artist gestures for the viewer to focus on only one individual out of the crowd through these gif images. Project One focuses on the individual in a crowd. It particularly imitates the way in which...
Lean With It, a new series from Paul Octavious.
Linda Bujoli on Freunde von Freunden. Read the interview on their blog.
A retrospective exhibit of the work of Roger Ballen collected in his fifty years as a photographer. Most of his work are portraits of people he came across whilst his visit to South Africa and Americas as a geologist, capturing compelling and contrasting images on his 4 x 4 camera. Shadow Land is currently showing at...
Lovely and inviting photo journal by photographer Max Andersson.
Some good black and white shots from fashion photographer Sam Hessamian.
Came across this site Celebrity Camera Club over the weekend, a nice browse of old celebrity images caught with their own camera.
I find Barbara Nowak’s photographs quite captivating. She lives in Paris, France and takes photographs in her travels most of which are captured portraits and stills bathed in lovely light. Photographer Barbara Nowak
An interesting perspective from photographer Nanako Koyama, a series called Every Morning, where different individuals from different continents going through their routine. In the modern era of expanding globalization We wear similar clothes, We eat similar foods, But we are still different – still individuals Every morning