29.11.16 by Staff

Waves that Look Like Mountains by Photographer Lloyd Meudell


A selection of photos by Australian photographer Lloyd Meudell. Taken mostly around the coast of New South Wales, Meudell shoots waves in such a way that they resemble mountain peaks and cliffs. See more incredible images below!

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28.11.16 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Ariel Schlesinger


I don’t really go on Flickr hardly at all anymore, but I’ll make the effort even just to look at artist Ariel Schlesinger’s feed. His work makes me miss the days when Flickr pools were popping off with all kinds of great street photography (thanks for ruining everything, Yahoo). There’s something really satisfying in the way he captures these mundane little moments. Have a look at some more of his photos below (and stay tuned for a separate post of his amazing artwork).

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28.11.16 by Staff

“La Promenade du Milieu” by Photographer Geoffroy Mathieu


A selection of photos from Marseille-based photographer Geoffroy Mathieu’s series “La Promenade du Milieu”. Click here for previous post. See more images below.

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26.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Alexis Vasilikos


A selection of work by Athens-based photographer Alexis Vasilikos (click here for previous posts). Vasilikos is co-editor of the online contemporary photography magazine Phases. All images courtesy of CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery. See more below.

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25.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Denis Cherim


Photographer Denis Cherim continues his “Coincidence Project”, which began when he first moved to London in November 2015 (click here for previous post). See more meticulously framed photos below!

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24.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Jeff Luker


A selection of work from American photographer Jeff Luker (click here for previous posts). More images below.

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23.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Marion Berrin


A selection of recent work by Paris-based photographer Marion Berrin (click here for previous post). More images below.

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22.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Christoffer Relander’s Incredible Double Exposures Preserve the Landscapes of His Childhood


Photographer Christoffer Relander combines images of jars with black and white landscapes taken in the south of Finland where he was born and raised. Adding to the nostalgia factor, Relander shoots these double exposures on medium format film, manipulating the photographs in-camera rather than using Photoshop, and the results are stunning.

See more images from “Jarred & Displaced”, as well as a behind-the-scenes video by Anders Lönnfeldt, below.

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