I came across this collection of ‘tooth signs’ of dental clinics when the site owner wrote me to request for permission to post one of my ‘tooth sign’ photos. His collection is really diverse, showcasing tooth signs from all around the world. I like how universal dental clinics signs are, no matter where you go.
Months ago, a Russian photographer and his friends risked jail time in order to illegally climb the Great Pyramid of Giza to take photos. In a move to solidify Russia’s claim of having the most daring and ballsy photographers in the world, Russian photographers Vadim Mahora and Raskalov started taking dizzying and death-defying photos on top of Europe’s famous landmarks.
This photo series is incredibly interesting and a little scary. It all started when Nicolas Nixon decided to photograph his wife and her three sisters back in 1975. The shot was so good that the four sisters decided to make a tradition of it and posed in exactly the same position on a yearly basis for the next 36 years.
Artist Heidi Lender donned a black wig (with the occasional prop) and posed her way in front of varied black graphic backdrops. Inspired by her own mother, Lender’s photography series gives a firm nod to all the superwomen of the world (our mothers) who manage to do it all, in style as well. In Heidi […]
I found out about Jason Nocito a couple of months ago through a photographer friend and I’ve been in love with his work ever since. When I looked him up, I hadn’t realized he had been responsible for some music photography that I had already been a fan of – I believe he shoots a lot for Fader. His personal projects, however, are what really get me. His most recent book, I Heart Transylvania, is a document of a long-distance relationship with his now wife, who at the time, lived in Vancouver. The whole book is a love-letter, and he captures such an incredible essence of both his subject, and his spaces, through light and movement. I’m such a fan.
Nick Azzaro and his wife, Yen, run the company Chin-Azzaro Art Consultation and Commerical Photography. But in addtion to his commerical photography, Azzaro works on his own fine art photography projects. Using a set of self-imposed rules in the spirit of the Dogme 95 manifesto, Azzaro photographs himself as six different characters in his apartment building in a photographic series that evokes a still frame, film noir movie.
Canadian photographer Hana Pesut’s Switcheroo project has her photographing a pair of subjects twice each time, with both subjects in their own outfits first, then wearing each other’s outfits and stances next. Fun stuff.