19.05.15 by Staff

Charles Bierk

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Toronto-based artist Charles Bierk paints large-scale photorealist portraits of his friends. See more of Bierk’s paintings below.

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19.05.15 by Kory Kingsley

Stephen Milner

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A selection of photographs from Savannah, Georgia-based photographer Stephen Milner. His series is titled “The Ogeechee River Project,” which documents the environmental problems facing the residents living along the river, as well as some of the recent effects of the flooding.

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13.05.15 by Kory Kingsley

Sarah Stankey

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Earthly photographs by Madison-based photographer, Sarah Stankey. Sarah is an editor and contributing writer for LenScratch, an online photography blog. Check out more of her personal work below.

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12.05.15 by Kory Kingsley

Rachel Boillot

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Some lovely Southern photos by Durham, North Carolina-based photographer, Rachel Boillot. Take a look at the rest of her series below.

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11.05.15 by Staff

Flotsam by Lisa Sorgini

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Photographs from Lisa Sorgini’s captum orchis were posted back in NovemberThese are from her current project Flotsam. More images below.

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07.05.15 by Kory Kingsley

Pascal Amoyel

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Some of my favorite photographs by Paris-based photographer Pascal Amoyel. Take a look at more of his images below.

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05.05.15 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: “Overgrowth” by Parker Fitzgerald and Riley Messina

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For the past two years photographer Parker Fitzgerald and floral designer Riley Messina have been creating beautiful flower-filled images together for their project, Overgrowth.

The two are now in the process of compiling it all into one beautiful self-published book, and have launched an Overgrowth Kickstarter to get the project over the finish line. Take a look at some of their gorgeous photos and a video clip below.

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04.05.15 by Jeff

Photographer Daisuke Takakura

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“Monodramatic” is a series of digitally manipulated photographs by Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura playfully exploring identity, and the many versions of ourselves that simultaneously exist. Lots more images below.

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