16.02.17 by Staff

“South America” by Photographer Kevin Faingnaert

A selection of photos taken in Peru, Bolivia and Argentina by Belgium-based photographer Kevin Faingnaert (previously featured here). See more images below.

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15.02.17 by Staff

“General View” by Artist Thomas Albdorf

New work by photographer and sculpture artist Thomas Albdorf from Vienna, Austria (click here for previous posts). Inspired by the popularity of Yosemite National Park, “General View” explores the phenomenon of traveling to a place that’s been so highly photographed it feels like you’ve already been there. See more purposefully glitchy and blurred images below or on display at Deli Gallery in New York City until March 5th.

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14.02.17 by Staff

“Flora” by Photographer Maggie West

A series of psychedelically coloured flowers by Los Angeles-based photographer Maggie West. See more images from “Flora” below.

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11.02.17 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Pat O’Rourke

Photos by Toronto-based photographer Pat O’Rourke from a week-long trip to LA filming for Blue Tile Lounge Skateshop’s upcoming video. Do yourself a favour and follow Pat’s Instagram @chilligansisland and peep his skate videos here. More images below.

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10.02.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Lindsay D’Addato

Recent work by photographer Lindsay D’Addato (previously featured here). See more images below.

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08.02.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Alena Zhandarova

Love this series by Russian photographer Alena Zhandarova. See more images from “Puree with a Taste of Triangles” below.

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07.02.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Ernest Protasiewicz

Photos by Helsinki-based photographer Ernest Protasiewicz (previously featured here). More images below.

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07.02.17 by Staff

“Weeknight Dinners” by Photographer Lois Bielefeld

Wednesday: Emilio, Rhonda, Benedetto, Skylrae, Jacomo. 2014

 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based photographer Lois Bielefeld captures dinnertime in different homes across the United States. While doing her best to catch people sitting down to the kinds of meals they would have when juggling their regular commitments throughout the workweek, some participants still prepared meals they likely wouldn’t have time to normally. Nevertheless, as Bielefeld’s series shows, how people choose to present themselves is often just as fascinating. See more images from “Weeknight Dinners” below.

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