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Careful – Soul Inside by Pedro Oliveira

In June 2015, Pedro Oliveira, a Brazilian photographer, living in Portland, OR-USA,  started a personal ongoing series of photographic essays casing lives of real people throughout several cities of the West coast of the United States.

Live Canvas by Alessandro Risuleo

After twenty years of experience as both art director and advertising agent, which he developed through working at his agency Visual Creative Studio, he has found in photography means for artistic expression that allow him to express his creativity freely.

Abandoned Souls by Andreas Theologitis

The new project from Andreas Theologitis is a study of the human body. His photographic work turns insistently around the exploration of particular aspects of the nude, where aesthetics are combined with an almost ideological dimension.

Figures on Land by Michael Seif

At the same time Michael Seif began to photograph “Figures in Water” in 2003, he began photographing “Figures on Land.” To Seif, the watery figures are alive, fluid, creatures of nature.

Nexus by Elizabeth Koning

A Scene from an Unknown enlightenment and Luminous Land. Noticing the details, light, shapes, colors, textures, people, trees and flowers. Everything around me looked bright and different.

The Photography of Florin Ion Firimitã

When I finished my first novel, about one year ago, besides a sense of relief (I spent over a decade working on it), I wondered if there were any readers left in the world. At a very basic level, my book is a story about a photographer who needs a rebirth.

Haunted Souls by Andreas Theologitis

The latest from Andreas Theologitis is a study of the human body. His photographic work turns insistently around the exploration of particular aspects of the nude, where aesthetics are combined with an almost ideological dimension.

Antonie by Liliana Pham

I have been a model since 2009. I’ve done it for more than 7 years. It was my hobby and I was building a network of contacts that have been useful for the field that I studied, which was Fashion design.

First Call Out by Jen Davis

Since the publication of my first monograph “Eleven Years,” I found that most of what I wanted to say in this self-portrait series had been said, and I was interested in taking a break from the intensity of looking at my own body.

A Nobel´s Mess by Wiebke Bosse

Wiebke Bosse is always looking for unseen, ephemeral moments and situations.At the Cercle Suédois during Paris fashion week, she had the incredible chance of shooting in the inspirational mess inside Alfred Nobel’s former office.

Tubetopia by Romeo

On the underground people are forced to stay in a tight space next to each other, and, even though it’s only for a short time, they share unique experiences that will vanish forever once they leave.

After his morning swimming by David Scouri

Most people are looking for a quiet place, an island of sanity, in our existential space,and some of them find their sanity and balance closest to the sea. Some of them arrive early in the morning for a swim, a daily habit they apply every day of the year.

Sandra by Anna Ajtner

I started my education in this field in the years 1989 – 1993 at the State High School of Fine Arts in Bydgoszcz and I gained there the title of technician of art

Portraits by Maria Plotnikova

Photographer Maria Plotnikova was born and raised in Moscow, lived in South America for several years. Until 2010 she worked as a sports and reportage photographer in the federal media

Robert Rutöd: Fair(y) Tales

An expedition through the grotesque realm of must-haves and mega-trends. It seems as if there is a constant factor amidst the diversity of our dreams: The longing for a heavenly life, the hope for permanent feeling of happiness.

Suri Portraits by Piper Mackay

Inspired by their environment of wild trees, exotic flowers and lush vegetation. The Suri tribe use the clay soil of bright yellows, startling whites and rich earth-reds to paint each other’s bodies and make bold decisions about their outfits.

Portraits by Ewa Cwikla

The power of capturing the daily instant, to have the ability to convert the ordinary into a unique moment, because her camera and her life are two indissoluble concepts.

Suspension by Damien Berney

We live at present in a society where we do not take time any more. The consumption gives rhythm to our everyday life and our desire to acquire new goods in quantities always more important, grows day to day.

Tantalus by Terence Bogue

There are various interpretations around the Greek myth of Tantalus, where the satiation of hunger and thirst was forever just out of reach.