The Beauty of Human Skin in Every Color given by Angelica Dass a Brazilian Photographer. The ‘Humanae’ project began as a small family album included relatives, friends and neighbours. The project now includes portraits of more than 3000 people from 24 cities spanning 15 countries. She states that the “Colour of our skin gives a lasting impression.”
The house he occupied until 1945 at Ashcombe, Wiltshire, near friend Edith Olivier was decorated with limited funds using exaggerated baroque furniture. The walls of the ‘Circus Bedroom’ were painted by visiting artist friends, including Rex Whistler and Oliver Messel, in a kind of Surrealistic overstatement.
Kristina Makeeva, a Moscow-based photographer, took a series of images on Russia’s Baikal Lake. When the lake freezes over in the winter, methane and oxygen bubbles from the plants freeze and create an incredible representation. The majority of? Tourists can take a walk on the frozen ground and take interesting photographs.
If you are looking for an original and cosy cafe in London, have a tour at the God’s Own Junkyard, an entirely decorated with neons bar. For all the warm and kitsch deco lovers, this place will be an insolite experience. The owners, Chris & Linda Bracey, are neons collectioners since 40 years and they can be proud of having in their collection lights from iconic movies like Eyes Wide Shut, The Dark Knight and Charlie and the chocolate factory.
Cristina Otero, a 16-year-old Spanish photographer with only two and a half years of expertise, captivates us with her zoomed-in self-portraits. In her series Tutti Frutti, Otero uses fruit as her inspiration, disrupting traditional ideals of feminine beauty by interacting with various fruits in a sensuous performance for the camera.
Giacomo Bruno, a self-taught Italian photographer and videographer, captured his incredible voyage to China’s Tibetan Plateau Kham. In this fascinating portfolio, his instinct for capturing authentic photos is evident: his documentary-style portraits, working practises, and expansive landscapes eloquently depict the life and culture of this unique Tibetan locale.
There is something magical about the nocturnal world set within the confines of a forest. The moon, the shadows, the elegant outline of trees; all deep-rooted symbolism of the in-between world. A world so ancient, so mystical and so long forgotten we can only reconnect to it in fables and through film.
London based photographer Sujata Setia‘s latest series features snoozing babies with baby animals, capturing the adorable twosomes in all their adorableness. Her series was inspired by her puppy, Mustang, who is so adorable that clients would often ask Sujata if he could be a part of their child’s photoshoot.