Photography

After a ten days holiday in Tokyo which ended up a visual feast.  I took hundreds of photos with my iPhone the colour within this is vivid and I was interested what type of colour palette I was able to extract from it.  I call it Shinjuku.Read More →

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.Read More →

Moody Portraits Sonia Neisha

Gorgeous female portraits by Sonia Neisha, talented 24-year-old self-taught photographer, retoucher and artist currently based in Madrid, Spain. Sonia focuses on fashion and portraiture, she shoots a lot of conceptual, beauty, lifestyle and moody portrait photography. Neisha uses Nikon D3100 and Nikon D7100 cameras.Read More →

Gorgeous female portraits by Nathaniel Gerdes (previously featured), a gifted photographer, retoucher and visual artist currently based in Petaluma, California. Nathaniel focuses mainly on female portraiture.Read More →

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.Read More →

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.Read More →

Seven Steps by Vasantha Yogananthan

Vasantha Yogananthan’s Sri Lankan father used to read him stories from the Ramayana, ancient Hindu poetry, about the life of Rama, the legendary prince of Kosala Kingdom when he was a child in France.Read More →

Photography of New Born Babies

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.Read More →

Photographs of cars NYC - 1974 - 1976 featured image

Langdon Clay’s (b. 1949) atmospheric photographs of cars in New York City, taken between 1974 and 1976, capture an era’s aesthetic. Despite their stylised quality, the pieces were created using natural lighting and evoked the mystique and magic of icons fixed in time.Read More →

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With his body 90% tattooed in gray, including his eyes, and a white dyed beard, Adam Curlykale has become a true White Walker, thanks to an impressive series of body modifications.Read More →

Mesmerizing photo edits by Nick Asphodel, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, calligrapher, and visual designer currently based in Milan, Italy. Nick creates a brilliant composition, vibrant colours, and magical edits.Read More →

Emilie Möri, a photographer and graphic designer, took advantage of a bright Saturday in the south of France to shoot her new Architectures series. “Marked shadows trace pure designs,” the artist says, adding a range of hues for a minimalist and conceptual effect.Read More →

Andres Gallardo’s latest photo series came about by accident after getting lost in Seoul, only to find himself estranged at the deserted pastel playground of a nearby school. ‘I got fascinated by their pastel colours, their trees, the symmetries and symbols… the clocks, the national flag and the alphabet,’ said photographer Andres Gallardo.Read More →

Alexis Pichot Woodland Series

Submerging himself at the depths of this forest of Fontainebleau, Pichot captures the divine, earthy qualities of the property. READ MORERead More →