New York City-based photographer Christopher Payne’s series “Asylum” is the culmination of work conducted over 6 years, 30 states and 70 abandoned state mental institutions. More images below.
Online photography magazine Fotografia is looking to create an online photobook store curated with the best photobooks around. Featuring titles from publishers like Aperture, MACK, Self Publish Be Happy, Morel Books, they’re currently looking to fellow photobook lovers to help fund their initial stockpile.
The money you give in support is basically money you get back in store credit! Plus they’ve created a special gift set of photographic postcards featuring nine of their favourite pictures.
FotoMarket is set to launch in the Fall of 2016. See more images of the postcard series and information on their project below!
Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt captures the power and violence of the ocean in his series Maelstrom. Check out more images below or on display at the Michael Reid gallery in Sydney May 4-28.
A selection of clever photo manipulations by photographer/architect Laurent Rosset, another artist experimenting with the illusion of landscapes which seem to fold back on themselves. You may recall Aydin Büyüktas’ work “Flatland” utilized a drone to create a very similar effect.
More of Rosset’s images below.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based artist Paolo Del Toro’s collaboration with photographer Tifani Truelove, Baba of the Woods, is a wonderfully odd combination of sculpture, costume and photography. See more images from the series and selections of Del Toro’s handiwork below.