Lit Up Bodysapes Turned Into Amazing Photography

In life usually there are two approaches. In the first one you spent a lot of time, you make efforts to understand and have an aching desire to find your calling and for some it work for some it does not. The second approach is how I like to call it the “lucky strike”. Meaning…

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Turning The Human Body Into 2D Painting

The trend in the art world shifts towards art installations which conquer space. From prints to paintings, nail art and many more, there was a serious struggle to build 3D art. And among this revolution of escaping the canvas and what several have thought to be restraints, there are a few artist who think in…

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Willard Suitcases, Unpacking The Lives Of Asylum Patients

Jon Crispin’s photographic effort is quite peculiar. He started two Kickstarter campaign to help him achieve in what is one of the most emotional galleries about asylum patients. Willard Psychiatric Center was closed in 1995 by New York State Office of Mental Health and was transformed in a rehabilitation center. During this shift one employee…

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Pictures Proving That Life Is at Its Most Authentic in Cuba

Most of the times curiosities come from places with a struggling history. And this is also the case for Cuba, one of the last countries of the world to hold the dusty emblem of communism. Situated in Central America, between Jamaica and the Bahamas Islands, this poor but colorful country has always had some of…

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Untitled – The People Who Are Lost in Time or Lose Memories, A photo project by Ozge Cone

“Untitled – The people who are lost in time or loose memories”, is a photographic series by Ozge Cone, a Turkish photographer currently based in London, capturing the concept of chaos and psychological traumas and situations which are common to humans. Dwelling on the concept of chaos and duration for a long time, the artist…

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Sonja du Toit’s Eerie Photography

Freelance photographer and graphic designer Sonja du Toit shoots powerful and dark images in her studio based in South Africa. With an inclination towards gothic art, her pieces capture mostly mysterious and eerie portraits. Like this series, an episode of  an other-worldly, fantasy like “lady octopus”, who seems to be absorbed or transformed in the…

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Deniz Okan’s Colorful Fashion Photography

Deniz Okan is a fashion photographer based in Turkey. He enjoys creating novelistic characters and giving the souls of these unusual atmospheres to his models by choosing a story. Instead of capturing daily life’s usual moments, the photographer dreams of stories and then brings them to life. We’re featuring two of his photo series: Visible…

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Francesca Marcaccio Captures Unconcious Nostalgia in Floating Nest Project

Floating Nest is a project by Francesca Marcaccio which explores the relation between the nostalgia of leaving home and the objects that we attach ourselves to in our intimate spaces. By photographing people in bedrooms, their most private spaces, the artist aims to portray how they use their personal belongings in order to define their personal…

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Ramakant Sharda’s Colourful Experiments with Macro Photography

Ramakant Sharda is a passionate about photography based in Jaipur, India. Although photography is just a hobby, he likes to experiment with various techniques, with a keen interest for macro photography and water drop photography. He submitted to us some of his series and described how he played with colors, soap and water drops. It’s…

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Miguel Vallinas Explores Identity in the Skins Series

Miguel Vallinas Prieto, Spanish photographer focused on advertising and industrial photography, is the creative mind behind two interesting series: “Skins” and “Second Skins”. In his work, the artist commonly explores landscape and nature photography, cityscape or contemporary architecture and portraits. Carefully crafted works of planning lighting, location and techniques, his images prompt reflection and contemplation….

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Females and Flowers in “Fiorile” by Cristiana Gasparotto

Cristiana Gasparotto is an Italian born photographer who currently lives and works in Madrid. With a background in history and literature, the artist found in photography a powerful and appropriate medium for her emotional experiences. Some time ago, I started to observe the light through my camera and explore new personal territories to investigate the…

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Strangers – Stories about Difference and tolerance by Julie de Waroquier

Strangers is a new series by French self-taught photographer Julie de Waroquier. We’ve already been acquainted with her surreal photography in a previous interview, but this time the artist focuses on the relationship between two beings that don’t know each other, using humans and animals as symbols for her ideas. Here’s how Julie explains her…

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