08.05.17 by Staff

Dreamy Reflected Landscapes by Photographer Murray Fredericks

Australian photographer Murray Fredericks uses mirrors to further reflect the landscape and help focus our attention away from ourselves. See more images from “Vanity” below or on display at Hamiltons Gallery in London until June 14.

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21.03.17 by Staff

“Artifact” by Photographer Delaney Allen

An otherworldly series by photographer Delaney Allen (click here for previous posts). Blurring the line between fact and fiction through abstraction and disguise, see more images from “Artifact” below.

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16.02.17 by Staff

Elaborate Landscapes Carved Out of Books by Artist Guy Laramée

Another batch of carved books by Montréal-based artist Guy Laramée (click here for previous posts). See more incredibly detailed landscapes below!

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14.02.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Laura Plageman

A series of photographic distortions by Oakland, California-based artist Laura Plageman. See more images from “Response, Sea” below.

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20.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Sander Meisner

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A series of architectural landscapes by self-taught photographer Sander Meisner. Click here for previous posts. See more images from “Spatial Arrangements” below!

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13.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Delaney Allen

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A selection of recent landscapes by Oregon/Texas-based photographer Delaney Allen. Click here for previous posts. See more images below!

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05.12.16 by Staff

Otherworldly Light Installations by Photographer Nicolas Rivals

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Photographer Nicolas Rivals constructs a series of temporary light installations in various outdoor locations throughout Spain. Photographed at night, the long-exposure shots capture the tension between Rivals’ otherworldly constructions and the natural landscapes. See more images from “La Línea Roja” below.

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30.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Robin Friend

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A selection of photos by London-based photographer Robin Friend (click here for previous post). Bringing together 10 years of British landscape work, the series’ title is a reference to the phrase Victor Hugo used to describe the collision of nature and manmade industry. See more images from “Bastard Countryside” below.

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