17.01.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Bryan Derballa

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A selection of recent work by photographer Bryan Derballa (previously featured here). More images below.

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16.01.17 by Jeff

Tumblr of the Day: John & Wolf

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More from my favourite Tumblr, John & Wolf. Illustrator John Stortz and his gorgeous shelter husky, Wolfgang, are still roaming around the country making images that will have you packing for a road trip pronto. Lots of images below.

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13.01.17 by Staff

“Cannot Take Photo” by Artist Taylor Holland

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Eating a Book

 

You may remember American artist Taylor Holland from his brilliantly absurd “FRA[MES]” project we featured a few years back (click here for previous posts). A father now, Holland’s latest project chronicles his failed attempts to document his son’s first year of life.

Due to an iPhone frequently lacking memory, rather than a series of clearly recorded moments, what Holland has instead is a collection of blurry approximations of the photos that would have been. See more bittersweet out-of-storage notifications from “Cannot Take Photo” below!

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12.01.17 by Staff

“Water” by Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz

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Classic Club Golf Course. Palm Desert, California, USA, 2015.

 

A selection of photos from Berlin-based photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz’s global project on water. Click here for previous post. See more images from “Water” below.

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11.01.17 by Staff

“Removed” by Artist Eric Pickersgill

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People pose as if holding their hand-held devices in this thought-provoking series by North Carolina-based artist Eric Pickersgill. Check out more images from “Removed” below.

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10.01.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Brendan George Ko

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A selection of recent images from photographer Brendan George Ko (previously featured here). Taken at home in Maui and during his travels throughout Canada, see more images below!
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09.01.17 by Staff

“Ma’ale” by Photographer Sebastian Forkarth

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A portrait of Ma’ale Adumim, a prominent Israeli settlement located on a hilltop in the West Bank, by German photographer Sebastian Forkarth (previously featured here). Israeli settlements in the West Bank are considered by the international community to be illegal under international law. See more images from “Ma’ale” below.

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09.01.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Carlos Jaramillo

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Another great series by New York City-based photographer Carlos Jaramillo. Check out our previous post on “Raised By Rats” here if you haven’t already. More images from “Floating In The Hudson” below!

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