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Nike in Abstract

Joost van Brug takes a fresh look at 24 Nike sneakers in this abstract collection of photography. The top-view, long-exposure pictures capture Nike in a new light, as the shoes are spun at a high speed and rendered a colorful blur. The sneakers are seemingly transformed into bright discs or pieces of high art at the same time that they are shown doing what they are designed to do: movely ...

Skitchen: Food Photography with Skater Punk Vibes

Skitchen is a playful new photography project by Benoit James, the artist behind Cassette Relooking. Skitchen brings together two disparate worlds, the skatepark and the kitchen, using an everyday cooking area as the backdrop for unusual activity. In this series, common food items such as eggs and onions play the part of skaters, wheeling around the counter and into the air. Strange yet lighthearted, the images pull a trick on ...

Assembled Objects Photo Series by Philip Lüschen

Philip Lüschen’s Assembled Objects exhibited during the 2014 Dutch Design Week. The series of photographs juxtaposes small, common objects and looks at them up close as micro-collages. Driven by curiosity and a love for bright little things, each print is an examination of form and everyday beauty.

Digital-Age “The Death of Conversation”

Is conversation dead? Babycakes Romero’s photos say so. His series “Death of Conversation” catches people in situations when they could be talking to someone beside them but are staring at their phones instead. The black and white images capture London in stark relief and suggest that a tech-bound life is devoid of color in every sense of the word.

The Fann Mountains in Photographs: Morning Views From the Tent

Russian photographer Oleg Gigoryev documented his personal travels through the Fann Mountains of Tajikistan in “Morning Views From The Tent.” The collection shows the great variation of the mountainous landscape, which is known for scenic hiking. Each picture frames the beauty of nature alongside camping paraphernalia and the photographer’s feet. The quirky point-of-view shots give a realistic and still inspiring image of what it’s like to take in the sights ...

Red Mountaineering Photo Series

Red Mountaineering is a series of pictures shot by Swiss photographer Robert Boesch for the alpine adventure equipment brand Mammut. As the title suggests, the color red is a central visual element here. Each image depicts an army of climbers clothed in red Mammut gear and posed to conquer the snowy natural terrain.

A Look at Leisure on Sankt Peter-Ording’s Beach

“Leisure” is a series of photographs documenting Sankt Peter-Ording’s beach in Germany. Captured by Hungarian photographer Ákos Major, the images were shot on Kodak film negatives, and they have a distant yet light look to them. The collection explores the beach and the surrounding town and country at various times of the day, juxtaposing construction with vacation. Looking through the pictures, one sees the amount of work that goes into ...

Burning Man 2014 by Trey Ratcliff

One of the artists to document to this year’s Burning Man is Trey Ratcliff, a photographer hailing from New Zealand. Ratcliff traveled from his home to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, where he beheld the expected otherworldly shenanigans. Shot during the day and at sunset, his photographs play with a bright, psychedelic range of color.

Velour by Nostalgi’s Artistic FW14 Lookbook

In the latest lookbook from Velour by Nostalgi, musician Tom Krell of How to Dress Well dons clothing from the brand’s fall and winter collection. Photographer Malin Johansson shot the inspirational at Gothenburg music destination Svenska Grammofonstudion. Her images capture the softness of Velour by Nostalgi’s outerwear and show how their clothing can be worn by artists of all stripes. Check out the published photoset on Velour’s blog.

Jerko the Gowanus Water Vacuum

Captured in these dreamy photographs by Elizabeth Weinberg, Jerko the Gowanus Water Vacuum is a controversial houseboat that docked in the Gowanus canal in Brooklyn a few years ago. The design drew criticism because the water is polluted and likely dangerous to be in contact with. It’s not prime real estate, but people reportedly lived in the boat for a year, risking their health to live rent-free. While this turned ...