Architecture

Building | Margery Clay

Building by Margery Clay

A building, which is objectively the remains or evidence of individual and collective history, transforms itself into something more, the trace of a lived experience which allows the viewer to unfold meaning.

Architecture | Alfons Olle Coderch

Architecture by Alfons Olle Coderch

Architecture is an open book waiting for someone to read and interpret. In all times it has always been the imprint that has left more imprint over time civilizations and / or societies and in contemporary times has not changed that role driven especially

Boomeritis photographic series | Pygmalion Karatzas

Boomeritis photographic series by Pygmalion Karatzas

‘Boomeritis’ series presents stand-alone portraits of buildings with the long exposure shooting technique using a 10-stop neutral density filter as well as regular exposures treated in a similar artistic manner. We depart from straight photography to fuse the boundaries between representational and expressionistic image making.

Dulcis Domus | Mirna Pavlovic

Dulcis Domus by Mirna Pavlovic

Dulcis Domus is an ongoing project that documents the many abandoned villas, palaces and castles found across the urban and rural areas of Europe. Theirs is a different reality than our own.

Empire of the Third Dimension by Simon Butterworth

Empire of the Third Dimension by Simon Butterworth

Simon Butterworth first became interested in Hong Kong’s high-rise residential buildings during a month long visit in 2013. It wasn’t his first trip to HK but it was the first time he had explored the outer reaches of the city where most of the large housing schemes are situated.

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Back to the City by Mindaugas Gabrenas

Mindaugas Gabrenas‘ latest project Back to the City was created living in New York City and traveling around the US. Here author combines his passion for landscape and cityscape photography by mixing an American wild landscape with New York City cityscape.

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Abandoned by Richard Allenby

In the year 2017 Dubai was abandoned by all but a small number of Bedouin origin families. Before leaving, the caretakers of the UAE’s zoos, wildlife parks and private animal collections opened the gates and cages of their facilities.

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Billscapes by Lilyan Aloma

I began exploring the streets of Manhattan with my camera at the end of 2001. Manhattan, a place where styles intersect, decades collide and cultures converge as the numbers of buildings in our borough explode.

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This is New York City – Johannes Heuckeroth

NYC is the ONE city, the one that rules all other cities. I’ve always dreamed of visiting NYC since I saw the first movies featuring this amazing place. At the point when photography became a essential part of my life, I did not only yearn to visit the city,

Street

Subtopic | Adrian Saker

Subtopia by Adrian Saker

In common with most photographers worldwide, from Mumbai to Manchester, Adrian seldom leaves home without a camera. Photographers are, by nature people blessed (or cursed) with an unquenchable curiosity

Incognito | Hakim Boulouiz

Incognito by Hakim Boulouiz

One of the most unusual ways would be being hidden, unknown, completely erased in urban dynamics, athe opposite of contemporary society’s pressure, hoping to find some peace and inner harmony.

Omri Shomer | Beach of Tel Aviv

Omri Shomer ; Beach of Tel Aviv

Sometimes he came home with a bunch of great pictures and sometimes nothing. Either way, the beach was always a place for him where nothing mattered, whether it worked or not, it did not matter.

Urban Poetry - London | Robin Cassiau

Urban Poetry – London by Robin Cassiau

This serie is an immersion in London. The colorful playground of Picadilly Circus, the darkness of little streets, the anthill of “La City”, all those places where I catch the everyday and the essence of the crowd.

Something Here | Shin Noguchi

Something Here by Shin Noguchi

I capture people going about daily life because there are moments that they themselves do not realize are more beautiful and full of human touch than the carefully choreographed movies of Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, Federico Fellini or Shakespeare’s plays.

Bart Rozalski | Street Photographer

Bart Rozalski ; Street Photographer

Polish photographer and designer born in Poznan, studied at the Faculty of Graphics and Visual Communication at the Poznan University of Art, Poland.For more than 20 years he has been active in the advertising industry.

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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 | Roberto A. Cabrera

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 | Dimitris Mytas

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 | Nick Tauro

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 | Chris Becker

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.

620 Avenue of the Americas is an architecturally significant landmark of remarkable character, home to leaders in fashion, design, media and technology.

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.

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