The Art of Aesthetic Cleanliness

Eleonora Sabet’s black and white portrait are an ode to the natural. Mixing self-portraiture with portraits of non-professional models, the Milan-born...

Black and Blue

Solitary humans stand isolated, drowned in dark blue, black and grey tones in Stockholm-based artist Gabriel Isak’s photographs. These modern surrealist images explore profound melancholy...

Lost in the Valley

Each time we sit down with Mária Švarbová, she seems to surprise us with something new. From our first discussion on her series A L O N E all the way to her...

Minimalism, Squared

Championing the empty backstreets of suburbia, Sinziana Velicescu – the photographer and filmmaker based in California – is telling another story of Los Angeles....

Volcanic Landscapes

These Long Exposure Photographs Play with your Perception of Time and Space Travelling the world with a large format film camera, Italian analogue nomad Luca Tombolini has been photographing some of the most desolate spaces on our planet for...

Human vs City

“Chongqing brings this density to a whole next level. All you can see at times is a wall of buildings. With no space for that tiny bit of air to penetrate through....

Portraiture, in Full Bloom

The best photographers bring something new and distinct to the creative field. With an impressive following on Instagram, Colombian photographer Ronny...

Takeaway as Meditation

For his latest project, award-winning photographer Nicky Hamilton has reconstructed, from scratch, the honest and relatable feeling of waiting. In his series entitled Take Me...

Towers of a Tower

Japanese photographer Kaz Arahama has a keen eye for colour and detail which he demonstrates particularly clearly in his recent series titled, Towers of...

Above the Clouds

Who hasn’t snapped a quick photograph out the window of an aeroplane? Whether an attempt to capture cotton candy clouds, an incredible sunrise, or the looming landscape down below,...