Hattie Newmans’ set design and paper pieces make me a very happy boy.
I’m embarrassed to say I’d only heard of the late photographer Diane Arbus very recently. Her images pose more questions than answers. Is she an outsider looking in or an insider documenting her reality? Sadly the very talented, yet troubled photographer took her own life in 1971. This Guardian article will give you a little more background into...
David Ryle’s photographs give me a feeling of serenity coupled with adventure. Kind of like taking a bath on a roller coaster. www.davidryle.com
The work of Diana Kunst engages you in a way that makes you question the story behind the image. Whats wrong? Why are they there? Go take a look for yourself. Via It’s Nice That
I first became intrigued with how places of worship could be integrated into modern spaces when I came across Le Corbusiers Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut. Previously I’d associated religious buildings with the ecclesiastical architecture we come across in towns, cities and villages across the country on an everyday basis. Seeing how Le Corbusiers...
Ever since I discovered his Hubble Bubble series of photographs in Walpaper magazine I’ve been in awe of Dan Tobin Smith. A nice site update from Studio Output with lots of fresh work that is still as awe inspiring as ever.
I’m a stickler for geometric photography, so when Munich based Jie Liu sent me her stark images of angular buildings I just had to post them up.
The Work of Asger Carlsen is so delightfully wrong that it makes my spine tingle with pleasure. The harsh tones of the black and white imagery give the work a reportage feel whilst still making you feel like your on a VICE shoot on acid. Top stuff! Via Mat Dolphin
Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural- and landscape photographer from Denmark. I’ve featured Kims work before and it was nice to see lots more work now up on the site.
Lauren Marsolier creates hyper-real images of stark, sterile, man-made structures and landscapes that are devoid of any human life. I can’t put my finger on what makes these images so brilliant. Maybe it’s the sense of calm they provoke or the subtle image de-saturation she uses to create an other worldly landscape. Either way these...
Wonderfully stark imagery of Iceland by hlaus. The wonderfully muted colours make for great contrast against the alien volcanic landscape. Beutiful work.
I love this picture series titled “The hyena & other men” by Pieter Hugo a photographer living in Cape Town South Africa. The captivating images of ‘Gadawan Kura’ (hyena handlers/guides) were taken on the street of the notorious Lagos. For more information on how to capture fleeting moments and captivating images, check out online photography...
Harrowing pictures by Nicolai Howalt of child boxers before and after matches.
Love this photo series by Jan Banning called “Bureaucracy” depicting bureaucrats from all over the world.
Good friend, photographer and Creative Lynx codemeister Daniel Cohen (aka Graphical Status) has launched his photography portfolio. I really love the simple navigation and full screen photo’s on this site, it really does the photo’s justice.
Another Erik Johansson brings a little Thursday fun to the table with his photo retouching.
Berlin based Periscope Creative have a nice roster of photographers on their books that’s well worth a gander.
Don’t know an awful lot about this guy but he does take a great photo. I’m loving the muted colour palettes. You really need to look at the pictures as a set for full impact so head on over to his site.
Mezzetty hits in with another work update and a rather nice site refresh. Sexy, sophisticated and esoteric, the work of Mezzetty really intrigues me. He also seems to have recently photographed Deluka who are a great band, go check them out!
Liam from No Culture Icons got in touch to tell me about his great site showcasing some really fresh photography talent. If you’ve got five minutes have a proper look around, there is some real talent in the artist galleries.
Not had any photography on here in a while so it was refreshing to see the work of Tom Chudley, based in Leamington Spa. The 17 year old definitely has that VICE like charm. via PICDIT
Got my copy of RJ Shaughnessy’s great new book today. Very dark and gritty, you should check it out.
Not been much photography round these parts as of late, so I thought I’d freshen it up with a nice dose of black and white destruction courtesy of LA based RJ Shaughnessy’s new book “Your Golden Opportunity Is Coming Very Soon”. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but there is something about these...
After seeing that Andreas Gursky has a gallery showing his complete works in Stockholm I thought it was about time to put one of my favorite photographers on here. I think what first drew me to Gursky’s work is the sense of order his images seem to show. Sometimes portraying the orderly lines of structures...