HI THERE!

It looks like you are enjoying what are you seeing so far...
Sign up for the GBlog Newsletter to receive lots of inspiring stories delivered right to your inbox.
And don't worry, we'll never share or sell your email address to anyone.
We hate spam as much as you do.

Conduction: Bubble Art by Tomoya Matsuura

“Conduction,” a photoset by Japanese artist Tomoya Matsuura, features “bubble art” against a black background. The clustered bubbles look similar to what one might find under a microscope, but they are actually visible with the naked eye. Strung with thread, the bubbles make up intricate, delicate sculptures, which, on film, explore the idea of how energy travels through form. Enigmatic and ethereal, Matsuura’s webs of water achieve the artful paradox ...

Atalia Katz’s Documentary Photographs

Photographer Atalia Katz is based in Tel Aviv and New York City. She takes documentary pictures and portraits around the world, with people, nature, and objects as her subjects. Reflecting on her craft, Katz says, “I view photography as another dimension, alongside writing, that provides me with the primary tools for expressing my inner self, the excitement of discovery and the exhilaration of creation every day.” Her documentary photographs in ...

Dublin: City of Beer, Art, and Design

Dublin is perhaps most widely known for Guinness’s famous stout, which was born in the city more than two centuries ago. But, there is even more to Ireland’s metropolis than time-honored good brews. Dublin has a rich contemporary art and design scene as well. Check out this trio of recent work that exemplifies the distinct flavor of the #homeofguinness. Created by Clare and Gar for the Irish Design Shop, this ...

Japanese Streets from Behind the Wheel and Lens of Issui Enomoto

Based in Japan, Issui Enomoto is a taxi driver and photographer, like David Bradford of NYC. Enomoto, however, focuses on night scenes and makes extensive use of multiple exposures, immortalizing a distinct, multi-layered vision of his streets.

Window Shopping by James Wakefield

Influenced by Tom Wood, Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, and Robert Frank, among many others, Urban Exposure is twenty-three-year-old photographer James Wakefield’s project to document how people express themselves in England’s cities. A standout in the collection, Wakefield’s “window shopping” set captures people’s reactions to him through the glass of the window and that of the camera. Rather than showing people in a direct manner and a controlled setting, “window shopping” ...

New York Subway 1981 by Christopher Morris

This photoset captures the New York Subway in 1981, when photographer Christopher Morris was just twenty-two years old. His haunting photographs reveal an underworld of rusted trains with more graffiti than passengers. The people of course ride without phones in their hands. They look about the train cars, through the clouded windows, into the camera. What do they see? Newspapers littered on the floor, advertisements hanging beside Keith Haring’s art, ...

Spotlight on Marc Heldens

Marc Heldens recently celebrated twenty-five years of photographing the most luxurious interiors in Europe. The studio is based in Amsterdam and works with magazines such as Vogue, Weekend, and Elle Decoration. Notably, Heldens’ work focuses on wild rooms where people actually live, offering readers a candid look into bold, creative spaces. Photography by Verne and Mark Seelen

David Ryle’s Space Coast Series

Space Coast, a series of photographs by David Ryle, brings extraterrestrial exploration to the beach. Ryle’s pictures frame astronauts against blue skies, pair shuttles with palm trees, and show space travel beckoning to middle-class tourists. Perhaps more realistic than they at first seem, the images compare the sea to a galaxy of wonder and suggest that, in the not-so-distant future, travel outside earth’s atmosphere will sound as ordinary as an ...

Magazine Tiny Atlas

A lifestyle and travel magazine, Tiny Atlas Quarterly (TAQ) tells stories of place through professional photography and writing. TAQ‘s editorials journey into rare natural landscapes, and, in sharing these adventures, the magazine covers the gauntlet of cultural subjects, from design and style to food and outdoor sports. The trips featured in TAQ represent a wide range of experiences, following the magazine’s dream-like aesthetic to the ends of the earth. TAQ ...

Transfer by Kevin Corrado

Photographer Kevin Corrado’s Transfer is a series inspired by the idea of representing a body of water as a bucket of paint. Driven by that initial image, Corrado began to think about how people paint water as blue even when it is often clear, gray, green, or brown in our daily lives. Exploring the connection between landscape, color, and the artist’s hand in translating nature into art, Corrado created three ...