American photographer Cody Cobb took a road trip to the West with his camera. From Utah to Hawaii, Cobb aimed to ‘capture brief moments of stillness from the chaos of nature’.
Giuseppe Palmisano is an Italian artist that creates photographs who treats the body as object while conveying human ideas.
The new series from Aleksey Kondratyev shows fishermen from Kazakhstan where he aimed to capture ‘the material and aesthetic forms of these improvised shelter’.
The Blossom Project is the result of photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot creative collaboration. The pair captures enigmatical landscapes in every corner of the globe, from Morocco to the US and Turkey to Norway, in which they set up colorful clouds to create these ephemeral and vivid sceneries.
‘Sleep Elevations’ is a surreal photography project by Maia Flore. The French artist sways between reality and imagination, depicting young girls sleeping and levitating in the air, as they are lifted by unexpected objects.
Australian photographer, Lisa Sorgini, creates an ephemeral and romantic series titled ‘Flotsam/Waterplants’ investigating flora underwater. Known for her perceptive work, Sorgini paints floral portraits with digital tools.
German photographer Lucas Zimmermann is fascinated by the possibility that light is ‘visible’ in fog. He recently completed a very nice series of traffic lights on deserted foggy night roads.