I’m a bit of a fan boy for Charles Fréger. His photography is always brilliant in concept and perfectly realised. Recently, he travelled to 19 European countries over two years in an effort to unearth Europe’s ancient past and its obsession with Paganism for his book Wilder Mann. It turns out that Pagan traditions are […]
There’s no doubt Lars Von Trier likes to push the envelope with his movies and his soon-to-be-released film Nymphomaniac is causing quite a stir already. Ok, with a title like Nymphomaniac you can’t really expect a vanilla poster campaign and thanks to Flavorwire, we’re treated to a handful of orgasmic images that are so far from vanilla, we’re stunned (and pleased, all at the same time!)
Sebastian Schramm knows that people are weird. So instead of hiding his subjects’ true nature, he picks very specific objects to enhance and showcase the weirdness. His portrait series is bizarre yet elegant and thoughtful. Though you might expect each piece to be loudly odd, like some sort of old-fashioned freak show, somehow Schramm creates a […]
It turns out that dogs aren’t the only creatures who look good decked out in trench coats, fur collared jackets, or denim shirts. In Miguel Vallinas’s series, Second Skins, we see all sorts of beasts – from deer and zebras to owls and roosters – modeling the best of contemporary fashion for us.
Pink Paper Circus’s illustration work is full of wonderful raw accidents and textures. I really enjoy the mixture of patterns with observational drawings. It reminds me of how fun sitting down with a paper and a box of new pencils can be.
Masha Mel is an amazing fashion photographer based in London. Mostly shooting women, Mel has a way of capturing the inner (and outer) beauty in each of her models. Her work spreads along a spectrum of Spring Breakers (the movie) looking girls to serious runway model attire.
Michael Shindler in San Francisco has to date welcomed more than 3,500 people who walk into his tintype portrait studio to pose for portraits. He prepares each tintype plate by hand for a single exposure, processes the tintype immediately, and gives his subjects the only copy of their portraits. They possess an unbeatable timeless quality […]
Tightrope walkers. Sad clowns. Strongwomen with bulging biceps. Acrobats. And yes, even a diving horse. These may be black and white photographs, but there’s no denying that circuses in the early 20th century were a colorful affair.
Photographer Austin Tott, who hails from Seattle, has a thing for staging portraits of people surrounded bizarrely by repeating and otherwise inanimate objects. Whether it’s an army of beach balls or light bulbs floating about in mid-air like feathers, these are all so cool.
Photographer Caspar Claasen has an eye for capturing just the right moment. He has a way of quarantining people within the frame, creating the sense of being alone in this world, but not in a bad way. In fact, most of his photos are really quite funny.
I’ve been taking portraits of people on the streets in Melbourne for almost two years now, since making the move from the United Kingdom. Upon arrival, I couldn’t believe how open-minded and friendly people were. I had never experienced such a welcoming environment that was so conducive to creative expression and collaboration. As a natural […]
And now, for your daily dose of cuteness. Pucker is an adorable photo series by April Maciborka and David Wile that captures the hilarious expressions of toddlers as they suck on lemons. The look on their faces is absolutely priceless.
New York-based photographer Dina Litovsky recently visited Japan for her solo exhibition Untag This Photo at Gallery Tanto Tempo, Kobe. Litovsky examines social performances and group interactions in both public and private spaces. She has won many awards, including this year’s PDN Photo Annual for her latest project, Bachelorette’. She’s also shooting regularly for publications […]
Genova-based digital artist and illustrator Rubens Cantuni really likes his colors. For his colorful Happily Melting Portraits series, he paid tribute to pop culture icons by ripping their famous mugs right across the face.
In 2003, Nicolai Howalt took 78 double portraits of teenage boys before and after their first boxing match. Many of the after-fight shots featured bloodied faces and disheveled hair, but quite a number of boys among the lot emerged looking like they didn’t even have a fight. If it’s not beginner’s luck, they must be that good.