Not Loneliness, But Solitude

Not Loneliness, But Solitude

Krakow-based photographer Pawel Franik re-brands loneliness as contemplative solitude in this recent photo-set, “On his Own”. His selection of quiet landscapes and neglected corners of urban...
Lost in the Moroccan Dunes

Lost in the Moroccan Dunes

This is not the first time we have featured Italian photographer Luca Tombolini; an artist with a strong portfolio of work that inseminates landscapes with ruminative gravitas, his new set...
Animals Have Issues Too

Animals Have Issues Too

Brussels-based artist Frieke Janssens likes to push the boundaries of staged photography and expose social deviance through shocking, powerful images; her new series Animalcoholics does not, in this...
Salty Land and Aerial Photography

Salty Land and Aerial Photography

Stillness, scattered lines, bubble-gum shades and the grit of common salt all come to mind when considering Brooke Holm’s landscapes. Laying out different textures and tones, her photographs...
The Story of the Abandoned

The Story of the Abandoned

Guided by a curiosity of an almost hypnotic nature, Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde captures the beauty of abandoned places all over the world, having developed a special...
The Quiet Nostalgia of Road-Trip Photography

The Quiet Nostalgia of Road-Trip Photography

The road-trip genre is a timeless classic, one that distils the essence of personal journeys such that even the most intimate of images can feel to the viewer like a lost snapshot from a forgotten...
The Surreal Holiday You Never Took

The Surreal Holiday You Never Took

In the recent photoseries Jungle from Reine Paradis, the tangerine-clad artist explores a trim concrete story-board; with sparse population of origami animals, the...
The Smiles That Defy The Stereotypes

The Smiles That Defy The Stereotypes

There is a quote that goes, ‘let your smile change the world. Don’t let the world change your smile’ and photography series, Smile Doesn’t Get Old,...