08.08.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Devin Lunsford

A selection of images from “All the Place You’ve Got” by photographer Devin Lunsford, based in Birmingham, Alabama. See more photos below.

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08.08.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: James Moreton

Melancholic images of roads in the North of Ireland, from “Give Way” by photographer James Moreton. More images below.

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07.08.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Matt MacPake

A selection of photos from “To & from the North Circular” by London-based photographer Matt MacPake. More images below.

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04.08.17 by Staff

“Lodeynoye Pole” by Photographer Nadia Sablin

A lovely series by Russia-born, New York-based photographer Nadia Sablin. Click here for previous posts. More images from “Lodeynoye Pole” below.

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04.08.17 by Staff

“Botanical Inquiry” by Photographer Daniel Shipp

Sydney-based photographer Daniel Shipp fosters a renewed appreciation for traditionally under-appreciated plants. Collecting a variety of foliage, culturally designated as “weeds,” Shipp then shoots them in dioramas using effects techniques developed for early cinema as a way of showcasing their unique beauty and knack for survival. See more images and a video about the project below.

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03.08.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: William Broadhurst

Gorgeous light in these images by Melbourne-based photographer William Broadhurst (previously featured here). More work below.

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02.08.17 by Staff

“City Space” by Photographer Clarissa Bonet

An ongoing series exploring the physical space of the city by Chicago-based photographer Clarissa Bonet (previously featured here). Reconstructing mundane events Bonet’s experienced or witnessed herself, “City Space” offers a personal interpretation of the urban environment as well as its psychological and emotional impact. See more images courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago below. All images © Clarissa Bonet.

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01.08.17 by Jeff

Tobias Faisst for Geckeler Michels

Love these images by Berlin-based photographer and graphic designer, Tobias Faisst, shot for industrial design studio Geckeler Michels a couple years ago. More images below.

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