ODDSSON hotel & hostel in Reykjavik plays against the rules. Located in a former 1940s warehouse building –a famous JL House – it offers a beautiful view of the Faxafloi bay.
Zack Seckler is a photographer based in New York. He started his career in photojournalism, but eventually found creating the images themselves, rather than documenting them, far more fulfilling.
At the age of 21, the young Belgian photographer Maroeskja Lavigne spent four months driving alone across Iceland, pulled to the stark scenery.
This experimental project by Juraj Talcik and Veronika Demovicova highlights the subtle quality of light and interplay between minimal architecture and solitary landscape.
Brynjar´s work is very linked to storytelling and narratives, which are deeply rooted in Icelandic culture.
Icelandic photographer Skarpi Thrainsson made a beautiful series in the largest European glacier Vatnajökull, Iceland.
Capturing the harsh yet poetic landscapes of the Svinafellsjokull glacier, the work of Nicholas Worley is a beautiful glimpse into the Icelandic mountains.