29.06.15 by Kory Kingsley

Photographer Carson Sanders


Photographer Carson Sanders uses his Polaroid camera to document the city of Savannah, Georgia in his newest series titled “Somewhere Southern.” Being a southern gentleman at heart, Carson strives to photograph in both a traditional and contemporary aesthetic in order to appropriately capture the beauty of the American South.

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29.06.15 by Kory Kingsley

Photographer Monika Merva


Wonderfully beautiful photographs by Brooklyn-based Photographer, Monika Merva. Take a look at her whole series below, focusing on beginnings and endings, life and death. The series is titled “Origins.”

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24.06.15 by Staff

Mauricio Alejo




Mexico City-born, New York City-based, artist Mauricio Alejo offers a playful twist on seemingly mundane objects. See more fantastic images below!

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24.06.15 by Staff

Wayne Lawrence




Great work by Brooklyn-based, documentary photographer Wayne Lawrence. See more images from Taking Back Detroit for National Geographic below.

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23.06.15 by Kimi Hamada

Frederik Vercruysse



Beautiful photographs by Antwerp-based photographer Frederik Vercruysse. Tempo Polveroso emerged from personal work taken during Vercruysse’s time in Tuscany. See more images from the series below.

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23.06.15 by Staff

Arno De Pooter



Love the colours in these photographs by Arno De Pooter. See more from De Pooter’s series Bleach below.

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22.06.15 by Jeff

Japanese Photographer Kiyoshimachine


Photos by Fukuoka, Japan-based photographer Kiyoshimachine. More below.

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19.06.15 by Kory Kingsley

Photographer Parker Stewart

Parker Stewart captures the subtleties of where he has spent the last four years of his life: Savannah, Georgia. Take a look at the whole series titled “Slowly, Over Time” which he shot on 4×5 large format film. Parker states “I have been here long enough to see things change and see things stay the same; the beauty lies in both.”

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