Better in the dark than his rider by Francesco Merlini

From the cobbled streets of Milano to rustic pathways that transcend borders, photography has been a tool that has enabled artists like Francesco Merlini to capture moments, emotions, and narratives that often go beyond what words can express. Merlini is not just any photographer.

Summer Dream by Jay Patel

As the summer begins, I feel the urge to plan drives to unknown locations. Through entire spring as it gets little warmer, I start with different outdoor rituals. I prepare my pots for herbs and plants to grow the kitchen and backyard. I grind a fresh batch of coffee beans to get my pour-over cup ready while listening to the birds outside the window.

I don’t Have My Home Anymore by Katrine Moite

This is a documentary project dedicated to the stories of 15 Ukrainian women who were forced to leave their homes due to the full-scale war in Ukraine. The found protection and support in the United States. These are women´s voices narrating their stories intertwined with pain and loss.

WWII American concentration camps; Balancing Cultures by Jerry Takigawa

Balancing Cultures project was selected and published in our print edition 25. These personal images are an expression of the misjudgments and injustices that result from hysteria, racism, and economic exploitation. As a third-generation Japanese American born after the camps, Takigawa was spared bitterness by the gift of his family’s silence about these injustices.

Memories and objects; My Father´s Toys by Nadide Goksun

My Father's Toys project was selected and published in our print edition 25. These toys represented a world of magic and imagination, and I longed to touch them and bring them to life. Years later, after my father passed away, I became the keeper of this enchanted collection.

Autumn nights by Igal Stulbach

He is a Flâneur. Flânerie, simply put, is an art of strolling and looking. In her 1977 collection of essays, On Photography, Susan Sontag describes how, since the development of hand-held cameras in the early 20th century, the camera has become the tool of the flâneur.

History and traditions; Japan by Pascal Mannaerts

Japan fascinates its visitors with unexpectedly beautiful landscapes, charmingly courteous people and its tangible sense of history and cherished traditions.

The Other by Elisa Miller

The Other project was selected and published in our print edition 25. The Other poses questions of identity and invites us to consider the limited possibilities of expressing one’s true self. Limitations that we can feel due to society, our domestic situation, or even us.

Morocco Streets by Oliver Weber

As you wake up to sort of morocco coming to life, and you drive a two hour journey through the desert as the sun is rising over the sand dunes… i saw landscape, humans and visual stuff that i’ll never forget. it was special

Blue Sea by Oscar Amorós

"Analogy is the relationship of resemblance between different things," and this concept serves as the foundation that supports his creativity. He always plays with the senses, offering the viewer new and different sensations from what they perceive.
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