FINE ART

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Brendan Austin’s Landscape Photography

Describing his images as “minimalistic and graphic,” light, and its influence on the landscape it reveals, is one distinctive constant in Brendand Austin’s work. This series showcased here are all from his…

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Dancers Among Us

Dancers Among Us is a vast ongoing photography project led by Jordan Matter. In the spring of 2009 he began featuring top professional dancers in everyday situations throughout the United States and…

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Mark Laita: Serpentine Series

For his Serpentine series, Los Angeles based fine art photographer Mark Laita photographed more than 100 of the world’s most dangerous serpents – from the Coral Snake and the Honduran Milk Snake…

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Lissy Elle’s Photography

Lissy Elle is someone who likes to pretend that she doesn’t care about what other people think of her. Otherwise she admits to have come to a point, like in every other…

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Paul Cook and his Universe, Mondo Curio

When we featured Paul Cook last year we knew he had what it takes to broaden his scale of sophistication, so when I received a recent email from him showing his new works,…

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Kyle Thompson’s Self-portraits

Kyle Thompson defines himself as a 20 year old aspiring photographer. Given the narrative maturity of these pictures his early age is even more surprising. As a lover of books, he writes…

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Aaron Farley’s Horizons

These are not real photographs of real things. The original photographs are of water and clouds and these are photographs of those photographs, turned on their side, moved, reshot, reprinted, cut and…

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Kirsty Mitchell’s Wonderland Pictures

Kirsty Mitchell was born and raised in the county of Kent, known to many as the ‘Garden of England’. Her mother, an English teacher and passionate storyteller, read to her almost everyday…

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Max de Esteban’s X-Ray Obsolete Technology

Max de Esteban’s photography is always project-based and postulates an open question about something he’s passionately interested in. This series named Proposition One depicts obsolete technology products for creating and communicating art.…

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Rasmus Mogensen’s Pictured Lips

There’s something really attractive and yummy about Rasmus Mogensen’s lips series. He wanted to become a photographer since he was 8 and had his first independent photo exhibition at the age of…

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William Miller’s Ruined Polaroids

With his Polaroid SX-70 (a used camera he picked up at a yard sale for $20), William Miller churns out not photos, but amazingly abstract works of art. The camera, as it…

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Heinz Maier’s Water Drops

Heinz Maier is an amateur who started taking pictures at the end of 2010. Fascinated by the art and technique, he says photography is the best way for him to find relax…

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Tomohide Ikeya Underwater Photography

Tomohide-Ikeya is a photographer who uses water as a concept of “Control” for her work. An avid scuba diver, she realized that this substance is one which we, humans, can never control, this…

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Cara Barer’s Books

Written by Laura Gonzalez Cara Barer’s book project has a lot to do with chance and experimentation. A random encounter with an old phone book was the primary inspiration and after that,…

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Brendan Fitzpatrick’s Floral X-rays

Written by Laura Gonzalez Brendan Fitzpatrick’s inner creative spirit is balanced by photography. Loving both, its stillness and dynamism, he still finds room to be surprised by this vast language after being…

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Marcel van der Vlugt’s Photographs

The way Marcel van der Vlugt shows beauty in his photographs is striking, a bit disturbing, but undeniably, beautiful. Revealing a side not often seen in glamor, let alone international magazine editorials…

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‘No Lifeguard on Duty’ by John Bennett Fitts

Feels like the morning after a huge disaster; a strong apocalyptic mood in this gorgeous ‘No Lifeguard on Duty’ series. Photographer J Bennett Fitts traveled through the US to find these abandoned…

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Mimicry by GiesenLeenders

Another great post for color junkies! Dutch photographer duo Maurits Giesen & Ilse Leenders worked together on this Mimicry series. The concept; the uniformity of human beings, people with inconspicuous identities. Just like

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Fausta Facciponte’s Doll Series

Here is Fausta Facciponte’s Doll Series.  Coming face to face with these large portraits, one notices dust, dirt, and filaments of hair–remnants left by the author to convey the arduous process she…

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Markus Ziegler Abstract Urbanism

Recent Brooklyn transplant, photographer Markus Ziegler introduced us to his personal Abstract Urbanism project. Ziegler looks into architecture and urban sculpture for the shapes that shadows create. “I have never thought about…

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Diane Tuft’s Saturated Landscapes

Photographer Diane Tuft captures both the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Since 1998, she has worked with specific cameras, films and techniques to capture light at the near-infrared and near-ultraviolet…

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Tamir Sher’s ‘Masters on 45s’ Series

Israeli photographer Tamir Sher introduced us to his “Masters on 45s” series after seeing our review of similar concept by Johnny Christmas – He goes onto explain: “I took my old record…

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Johnny Christmas Painting with Light

Now working primarily as a photographer and printmaker, Johnny Christmas initially exhibited a set of Braille drawings with My Life in Art gallery in 2007. Most recently he has been experimenting on…

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i-D Magazine Covers by Chen Man

It was years ago that we first got acquainted with Chinese photographer Chen Man’s work. In honor of the Chinese New Year i-D Magazine collaborated with  Chen Man and MAC’s UK director…

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Martin Klimas’ Porcelain Figurines

“From a height of three meters, porcelain figurines are dropped on the ground, and the sound they make when they hit trips the shutter release. The result: razor-sharp images of disturbing beauty—temporary…

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Mandy Barker’s Photography

Reminding me a little bit of Vik Muniz’s documentary – Here is the work of recent graduate student from the UK, Mandy Barker. Entitled SOUP and named after the term given to…

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Quentin Shih’s Latest Work

If you asked me right now who are the top (upcoming) fashion photographers, well, Quentin Shih would definitely be in my top 10! The Chinese photographer that the world of fashion &…

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Sophie Delaporte’s Nudes

French born, New York and London based photographer Sophie Delaporte has a style that is easily recognizable. Color and fantasy are key players in her complex imagery as illustrated here in her…

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Angelo Musco’s ‘Human Figures’ Artwork

Angelo Musco‘s work just can’t be absorbed in a glance. The photographer-slash-artist’s pieces are composed of thousands of human figures intricately and densely packed on panels as large as 8 x 20…

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Jane Thomas’ Soap Film

Jane Thomas couldn’t have described her new series better than when she wrote, “Oh my, I can feel a new addiction coming on!” as the first sentence of the description. “I read…