Patterns, textures, and lines in the urban photography. The best urban photographers published in Dodho Magazine.

Far North by Irene Tondelli

Far North by Irene Tondelli

“Old, wild, north. Kiruna is the northernmost town in Sweden, situated in the province of Lapland. More than a decade ago, the mining city of Kiruna made a big decision: to move itself brick by brick 3 km to the east.

Places by Lisa Shalom

I live in Italy and my project is a collection of photos from places that I frequent regularly. From the Vatican to small shops around my neighborhood here in Sicily, these are the places that I have come to regard as home and are very familiar to me.

The Old Europe by Gianluca Cecere

The Old Europe is a project started ten years ago, in 2007, about the globalization seen as an investigation into the transformation of urban territory. The cultural homologation, meant as uniformity of the behaviors, of the models of life,

Refusing Landscapes by Wouter Dasselaar

Japan has one of the highest population densities in the world. Due to the country’s high need of space and a culture where efficiency and organising are of high priority, it’s landscapes are highly cultivated.

The Trodden Memory by Roberto A. Cabrera

I’m interested in catching the feeling of loneliness. When wandering, empty places attract my attention. I believe that they’re a door to human need of answers, a door to reach truth and mystery. Commonplace objects can be trascended by contemplation. That’s what I try to do with my photograhs.

Alice in the cities by Dimitris Mytas

My photographic approach attempts to appropriate the vision that pervades in the unadulterated look of the small child, as she wanders the contemporary cities of Europe and is confronted with the unfamiliar urban landscape.​

Looking Down by Nick Tauro

This series of photographs was shot during the tumultuous days of October, 2016. The political and social winds of change were frigidly blowing through the country, and I found myself becoming increasingly depressed.

Tokyo Series by Chris Becker

Chris Becker has lived in some major cities including New York, Minneapolis and Taipei, so when the opportunity arose, he was excited to visit the metropolis of Tokyo.

The balance by Edi Chen

The balance by Edi Chen

It was a cloudy day on July 15, 2016: New York City Center has existed for centuries on Broadway only a few blocks from Times Square. It is Manhattan’s first performing arts center and is built in a Neo-Moorish style.

City on rivers by Maciej Leszczynski

City on rivers by Maciej Leszczynski

Photographs from “City on Rivers” series were made in November 2016 in Chongqing municipality – the main city of central China. The aim of the project was to document the urban space along the course of rivers, the Yangtze and the Jialing River.

Martin Grabner ; Timepiece

In the long-termed, ongoing work “Timepiece” Austrian photographer Martin Grabner is in search of the Lacanian imaginary in architecture and space. The photographs show places and constructions that contain

Commuting by Lilyan Aloma

Commuting by Lilyan Aloma

It is of great significance that the word ‘commute’ has an added meaning; to commute is to change one kind of payment or obligation for another, that being the underlying factor in my becoming a commuter passenger.

Emptiness by Emmanuel Monzon

The work of Emmanuel Monzon focuses primarily on the idea of urban sprawling and the urban expansion of its periphery. Monzon photographs urban banality as though it were a romantic painting, trying only to be “stronger than this big nothing” in controlling the space by framing the subject.

Urban portraits by Jan Møller Hansen

Dhaka city is one of the fastest growing mega cities in the World. The population is more than 15 million and every day some 400,000 people are settling in and around city in hope of creating a new livelihood and find jobs.

Zero Dark MOCKBa by Davide Palmisano

Zero Dark MOCKBa by Davide Palmisano

Zero Dark version of Moscow, is the guided tour of a city of dreams, and dreams should be made so at night. Because the night is a different world, sweet and ambiguous as a dream, and in those hours the cityscape in Moscow

Stray Light by Clarissa Bonet

Stray Light by Clarissa Bonet

Building facades melt into darkness, their architectural details vanish, leaving only glowing windows in a sea of pitch black, like stars in the night sky.

City Space by Clarissa Bonet

City Space by Clarissa Bonet

City Space is an ongoing photographic exploration of the urban environment and my perception of it. I am interested in the physical space of the city and its emotional and psychological impact on the body.

A neutral place by Franco Sortini

A neutral place by Franco Sortini

Franco Sortini’s art is that of a landscape that is the result of a subtle alchemy that combines his vision of the natural environment with his culture, his emotions and his inner feelings.

City and Country by Alex Cooke

Alex Cooke is a portrait, events, and landscape photographer from Cleveland, OH. A musician and mathematician, he found that his artistic inclinations and obsessive attention to detail suited him perfectly to photography.

Signs and Wonders by Alva Bernadine

In my project Signs and Wonders, I play with different kinds of signs we may encounter everyday. There is so much signage in our towns and cities we generally take them for granted but when I turned my gaze upon them, a walk around my neighborhood became redolent with creative possibilities.

Cities in visible by Anargyros Drolapas

Cities in visible by Anargyros Drolapas

Anargyros Drolapas’ photographic project, inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, constitutes a study of the city of Athens, a meditation on its multifaceted and complex character.

Central Park by Roman Kruglov

Central Park by Roman Kruglov

I feel like I have travelled elsewhere every time I visit Central Park, somewhere not in New York and yet it has the essence of New York. Autumn is my favorite time to go there, maybe it has something to do with my birthday being in October or maybe because it is so beautiful, the air is clear and the nature is full of colors.

Public spaces by Michael Martin

These photographs of public spaces are often sober and frugal in feel because I avoid any spectacle or dramatization in the locations. The emptiness is saturated with a subtle attention to color, and the prevailing silence instilled with a vernacular yet metaphysical quality.

Out of season by Mark Havens

Out of season by Mark Havens

Wildwood is a small barrier island at the tip of southern New Jersey. Through an improbable combination of economics, geography and chance, it harbors an architectural treasure: the highest concentration of mid-century modern motels in the United States.

Cyrille Druart ; The world as I see it

Cyrille Druart was born in 1980 in Paris. His interest in Art leads to experimenting various fields from an early age. In parallel with Design studies at ESAG-Penninghen in Paris, he learns photography by himself and begins travelling in order to make images.

Chicago by Thomas Alleman

Chicago is, famously, America’s “Second City”, a reference to the inescapable hegemony of New York in our national imagination: the greatest urban achievement of the 20th century.

San Francisco by Thomas Alleman

Thomas Alleman – I left San Francisco in a slow-churning panic in 1988, worn-out and soul-sick from three years of doing reportage in the gay community, which was then being drowned in the first crashing wave of HIV and AIDS.

Surreal Line by Yusuf Ozkizil

The Surreal Line came about during another project to document my trips on the London Underground. At the time, I’d only recently developed an interest in photography, and always had my camera with me, ready for opportunities to take photos during my tube commutes.

Aleksandra Lekovic : Between the lines

“Between the lines” is a collection making a connection between geometrical forms, i.e. lines, to people as parts of the scene. All photos have been taken in urban area with the dominating atmosphere

Territory by Reinis Hofmanis

Territory by Reinis Hofmanis

Photo series “Territory” is focused on boundaries between the public and the private space in the urban landscape which is related to specifics of vision and perception.

Brandt Campbell a multidisciplinary artist

Brandt Campbell a multidisciplinary artist

I took an interest in the arts at a very early age, beginning to draw as soon as I could hold a crayon. By the time I entered high school I had already earned a reputation with students and teachers for my ability to draw with photographic precision