Written by Mateus Andrade Silence, secluded and empty spaces are the main themes of the body of work titled Patience from the Austrian photographer Joseph Hoflehner. Showcasing unique locations as perfect examples of the dynamic between man-made
For anyone who has never contemplated traveling to a place cold enough to turn stone into ice, Caleb Cain Marcus’ series ‘A Portrait of Ice’ will awaken the urge. The pristine images of grey and blue toned glaciers taken throughout the coldest corners of the globe are so deliciously enticing that even the most cold […]
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 journey in United Arab Emirates.
Israeli photographer Nadav Kander shot the Obama’s organization, celebrities, covers of magazines, and advertising campaign for every brand you can think of, just to give you an idea of the range and caliber of his work, but what really struck me is this series of Yangtze, The Long River.