17.03.17 by Staff

“Considered Accidents” by Artist Daniel Eatock

London-based artist Daniel Eatock has been photographing damaged Fiat cars since April of 2000. Designed by Pininfarina with a purposeful slash above the wheel arch, Eatock’s ongoing archive focuses on vehicles that have complementary (although far less intentional) markings to the same area.

See more images from “Considered Accidents” below. And click here to check out previous posts of some of his other projects.

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16.03.17 by Staff

“Uranium” by Photographer Michał Sierakowski

A beautiful series by Warsaw-based photographer Michał Sierakowski, taken around the Sudetes Mountains, an area with a long and storied history of mining. See more images from “Uranium” below.

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15.03.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Marilyn Mugot

A gorgeous series by French photographer Marilyn Mugot. See more images from “Night Project” below.

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14.03.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Michał Narożny

A series of photos taken in countries that used to be subordinate to the ZSRR (aka USSR) by photographer Michał Narożny from Poznan, Poland. See more images from “end of love” below.

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14.03.17 by Staff

“Flatland II” by Photographer Aydin Büyüktas

Another batch of incredible photo manipulations by Turkish photographer and artist Aydin Büyüktas. Stitching together arial drone shots from around the United States, see more images from “Flatland II” below. You can also click here to check out our previous post of similarly warped images taken from around Istanbul, if you haven’t already!

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13.03.17 by Jeff

“Impossible Balance” by Marcus Palmqvist and Gem Fletcher

“Impossible Balance”, photos created by Swedish Fashion photographer Marcus Palmqvist, with concept and art direction by Gem Fletcher. The models are dancers from the Stockholm dance company, and the movements were all captured in camera. More images below.

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11.03.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Ian Kline

A selection of photos by photographer Ian Kline. See more images from “Mary Anne, Drive” below.

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10.03.17 by Staff

“On The Hunt” by Photographer Dylan Johnston

Brooklyn-based photographer Dylan Johnston documents hunters helping to control the Burmese Python population in the Florida Wetlands. See more images from “On The Hunt” below.

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