by Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 9 January 2014

If you’re into wonderfully wacky photography, spend some time being introduced to the photos snapped by two Hungarian photographers, Iv and Candie. Their collection of photos are taken from their hometown, Budapest, where they have been ‘watching the world together for about four years.’ They describe themselves as ‘Trash-Kitsch-Hunters’ but claim they’re not ironic at all. They describe their hometown as ‘cool, charming, glamorous, trendy, a loser, exaggerated, theatrical, banal, artificial, artistic, perversely-elvispresley, naive, middle-class-honest, and martinparricide.’

And if you can make sense of that description, you’ll probably make sense of their somewhat bizarre images.

Via Vice