26.12.14 by Jeff

Cody Cobb

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Photos by Seattle-based photographer Cody Cobb. More below.

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26.12.14 by Jeff

Lucas Foglia

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Here’s a selection of photos from “Frontcountry” by San Francisco-based photographer Lucas Foglia. More below.

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24.12.14 by Jeff

Ethan Aaro Jones

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Photos by Minneapolis-based photographer Ethan Aaro Jones. More below.

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24.12.14 by Jeff

Hannah Burton

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Portraits by London-based photographer Hannah Burton. More below.

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23.12.14 by Jeff

The Anti-Sartorialist: Photographer Hans Eijkelboom

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Phaidon has released a fantastic book called “People of the Twenty-First Century”, which is a comprehensive collection of street photography by Hans Eijkelboom. (Good last name amirite?)

Hans Eijkelboom would hang around areas with lots of pedestrians, often near malls, and look for recurring elements. These could be things like men carrying purses, or couples walking arm in arm, band t-shirts, or gelled hair. He would shoot for anywhere from half an hour to several hours, using a camera hung around his neck and a trigger in his pocket. Later, in his Amsterdam studio he’d arrange the images into grids that he called ‘Photo Notes’.

The book represents two decades of these fascinating studies. It’s hard to look at these images and not chuckle at the idea of individualism. The work is definitely funny but also sort of profoundly sad. Take a look at lots more below!

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23.12.14 by Jeff

Steve McCurry

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“All Creatures Great and Small”, a selection of photos by New York-based photographer Steve McCurry. More below.

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23.12.14 by Jeff

Sophie Barbasch

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A selection of photos from “Fault Line” by New York-based photographer Sophie Barbasch. More below.

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22.12.14 by Jeff

Rebecca Scheinberg

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Tohu va Bohu” by Australian-born photographer Rebecca Scheinberg, a recent graduate of London College of Communications. Here she takes a commercial aesthetic and gives it a “trace of something more sinister, a hint that behind the veil of commercial charm, there is something darker at play.” Found via our December Submissions.

View more images from the series below.

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