Empire Of Dust By Amélie Labourdette

Entropy, impermanence, and above all, the “archaeology of the present”, are the themes running though Amélie Labourdette's series “Empire of Dust”. Shot in southern Italy, the images show...

Exploring the Red Zone

Iranian photographer Jalal Sepehr offers a rare perspective on global affairs through his recent series, “Red Zone;” the title refers to the unending state of alarm and panic thrust upon Middle Eastern...

Out My Window by Gail Albert Halaban

A deep sense of human connectivity lies at the center of “Out My Window”, a series of photographs that began in New York over ten years ago with sleepless, baby-feeding nights. Gail Albert Halaban had...

“Limits” By Xavier Dumoulin

A strong environmental theme runs through the work of French photographer Xavier Dumoulin as his images often portray nature in the process of being transformed by human habitation. If the...

Infrared NYC by Paolo Pettigiani

Central Park has been photographed and filmed so many times it has become familiar to people from around the world, even to those who have never walked on its trails. Paolo Pettigiani, a young Italian...

Tom Blachford – Midnight Modern, Series Three

The series Midnight Modern began one clear night, when Melbourne-based photographer Tom Blachford walked through the streets of Palm Springs. Now it has become an ongoing project, spanning over the course...

Ezekiel 36:36 by Nick Ballon

Unwavering faith and quiet desperation are both nuanced in 'Ezekiel 36:36', a photography book created by Nick Ballon with text provided by Amaru Villanueva Rance. A documentary and portrait photographer...

Memories of the Unknown

Born in the 80s in France, Julien Talbot had grown up surrounded by American music, film, and pop culture, like many other young people from his generation who were living in Western Europe. But for...

Cotton Farming Seen Through Aerial Photography

Arizona, California and several other states have been experiencing severe droughts in what experts fear could be the worst crisis of this kind in over 1,000 years. Yet cotton fields are thriving in the...

A Portrait Of 2016 Cuba

Cuba is emerging from over 50 years of isolation, opening its doors to the US. As the two nations recently reestablished diplomatic relations, tourists can now visit the island without breaking the law,...

NYC By Bike – A Photo Project

The city everyone loves has been photographed, filmed, sketched, and painted countless of times. But Tom Olesnevich pays homage to New York in a unique and creative way. Specialized in sports photography...

Italian Photographer Michele Palazzo Paints A Unique Image Of New York

Today we have the pleasure to sit down with architect, UI/UX designer and noted photographer Michele Palazzo. After establishing a successful web design company in his native Italy 20 years ago, Michele...

New York By Antonio Jaggie

New York has always fascinated both visitors and locals, some of them musicians, other writers, but many of them visual artists or photographers. It's no wonder this iconic metropolis has inspired...

Switzerland Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Born and raised in Grisons, Switzerland, Martina Bisaz has always been surrounded by picturesque landscapes. But it wasn't until she saw an exhibition at her school that she became fascinated not only with...

Dickey Chapelle Under Fire

Few people today may know the name Dickey Chapelle, but during her decades as a war correspondent she braved dangers most men wouldn’t dare face and helped redefine what society knew women to be capable of....

The Apollo Missions, Forty Years Later

As artists, designers, and creative thinkers, we are always imagining a world outside of our own. Nothing may be as intriguing as to imagine what life may be like on another planet, or in another galaxy,...

Arctica Appeals to Save a Slowly Vanishing Beauty

With the enormous and pressing amount of problems facing our planet today, artists and designers are needed now more than ever to help raise awareness and help devise solutions for tackling these global...

A Look Inside the Porsche Museum’s Secret Treasure Trove

As most museumgoers know, the works on display in a gallery are typically only the tip of the iceberg of an institution’s true collection. While the Met displays tens of thousands of artworks daily, in...