A selection of photos from “Paradisco” by Hungarian photographer Andi Gáldi Vinkó. Currently based in London. See more images below.
A couple years ago Max Marshall and Paul Paper organized a unique photo show called “Blog Reblog” where they both curated a group of 100 photographers, paired them up, and then had each one select an image from the other photographer’s portfolio.
The two have just launched a new project called This Is It/Now, a photography show that exists on solely on Snapchat. Artists Nico Krijno, Roxana Azar, Sergiy Barchuk, Ruth Van Beek, Lonneke van der Palen, and David Brandon Geeting will each take over the project’s snapchat account for a week. The show will close with a panel discussion at Signal Gallery in Brooklyn.
You can view the show by following the snapchat username: thisisitnowshow. Artist Roxana Azar is currently posting.
The Bill Picket Rodeo is an African American rodeo that takes place all over the country. The founder of the rodeo, Lu Vason (who passed away earlier this year), played a key part in helping African Americans become part of the professional rodeo circuit.
Here’s a beautiful selection of images from the most recent rodeo in Los Angeles, by photographers Shaughn Crawford and John Dubois. Have a look at the images below.
Atlanta-based photographer/art director Stephen McMennamy likes to combine images, turning them into what he calls “combophotos”. His ability to join unrelated things is so effective you won’t be able to unsee his creations; everyday objects the same way again. Headphones will forever look like donuts to me now.
Check out more images below.
Canadian photographer Matt Molloy had the brilliant idea of taking a bunch of time-lapsed photos and digitally stacking them together. The result is an amazing, brush-stroke-like effect. See more images of Molloy’s “timestack” technique and watch his tutorial video below!