Tuesday, December 10th, 2013
As we take today for remembrance of all the lives lost on 9/11, we also wish to pay homage to the beautiful icons lost from New York City’s downtown skyline.
French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression explore the 2011 Japan Tsunami and its aftermath, in particular the devastating nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant, in their new series of surrealistic photographs.
A few weeks back we featured Kartsen Wegener’s Ricetarrio series, which was a huge hit on the web!
Most of Isabelle Wenzel’s photos focus on legs and feet—up in the air, clad in leggings, in perfect 10 acrobatic form.
All Brian Donnelly aka KAWS wants to do is make art he likes.
The work of young New York City-based photography talent Brea Souder references aesthetics from minimalism and surrealism while freshly retaining a classical feel.
I came across the photography Estelle Hanania while catching up on Lidewij Edelkoort’s latest on trends.
Graphic, moody, dramatic, clear, and composed – Asger Simonsen’s photography succeeds in its multi-dimensionality.
A few weeks back, we took you inside some of the world’s most spectacular libraries.
Erwin Olaf tapped into his dreams as surrealistic starting points for his latest series “Berlin”, on view now at New York’s Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, as well as in London at Hamilitons Gallery.
Remember Ward Robert’s Court Series? German photographer Philipp Lohöfener shares a similar fetish in his series, Sports Fields.
Akos Major makes magic in his latest series of travel photographs, having visited Thailand, Cambodia, and Dubai for the series Eastward.