Photos by Nicolas Poillot. Paris.
The raw, almost uncanny, feeling in these photos. The van in the cave shot is definitely odd enough to make anyone stop and stare, I think.
Love these! Second to last is easily my favorite, love how much emotion an empty abandoned place evokes, gets me every time!
I think the last photo gets me most. the hidden green door in the brustle of the leaves. its curiosity and admiration all at once.
That door in the middle, it opens up so many possibilities to the viewer. Wonderful.
I love China.
I love the natural vs artificial juxtapositons
I love the van in cave, the Batman Garage,
A selection of work by illustrator Taj Francis. More images below.
A selection of paintings by artist Ramiro Gomez. More images below.
Pastel drawings on cotton paper by artist Anna Roberts, found via our June Reader Submissions. More images below.
Listening to this Shlohmo remix of Shook Ones on repeat in memory of Prodigy. The track is from Shlohmo’s summer mix for Sneeze Mag, the whole thing is worth a listen.
Watercolour and gouache paintings by Gosha Levochkin, based in New York City. More images below.