Paolo Pettigiani – Infrared Landscapes

Italian photographer and designer Paolo Pettigiani has captured stunning colourful Infrared Landscapes scenes from his hometown of Avigliana, Torino shooting the pink and blue hued series using an infrared filter on his camera, creating a candy-coloured photographic collection of the snow-capped site. Pettigiani’s style mirrors that of Richard Mosse, who won the Deutsche Börse photography … Continue reading

Zaria Forman – Climate Change Landscapes

Artist Zaria Forman creates breathtaking pastel landscapes to creatively record the effects of climate change across the globe using her fingers. The inspiration for Forman’s hyper-real, photo-like imagery began in early childhood when she would travel to the world’s most remote landscapes beside her late mother, who would be capturing the sites as part of … Continue reading

Wildlife Selfies by Silvio Medeiros

Art director Silvio Medeiros and Diomedia Brazil have created a funny advertising campaign entitled Wildlife to highlight the stock images company’s new National Geographic Collection. The Wildlife series captures animals taking selfies in unexpected locations, with a panda in an elevator and a gorilla in a bathroom. The campaign aims to show people that even … Continue reading

Clark Little – Shorebreak

Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough life; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many … Continue reading

Berndnaut Smilde – Antipode at Ronchini Gallery

Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde presents Antipode, an exhibition of new works made through the synthesis of photography, installation, performance and sculpture at London’s Ronchini Gallery. Smilde, best known for his Nimbus series comprised of engaging images of real clouds hovering within vast, empty rooms. Using a fog machine, the artist carefully adjusts the temperature and humidity … Continue reading

Victoria Siemer’s Reflected Landscapes

Victoria Siemer, aka Witchoria, is a Brooklyn-based graphic designer who produces new and unusual realities by altering expected perceptions of space. She blends geometric shapes into natural landscapes to produce the sensation of upside-down, backwards, and fragmented reflections. Witchoria aligns pieces of mountains, trees, rivers, and oceans into symmetrical arrangements to form multiple layers within … Continue reading

Julien Mauve – What’s Left Of Utopia

French, Paris-based photogrpaher Julien Mauve’s latest series What’s Left Of Utopia brings to life images that show an impoverished urban landscape where the desolate cityscape is a direct result of the inhumanity of the modern built world. Industrial structures, abandoned towers and neglected residential complexes are highlighted for their destructive and toxic affliction on space … Continue reading

Nick Meek photographs Costa Rica covered in flower petals

Photographer Nick Meek took to the tropics of Costa Rica to create stunning images that showcase the new high definition Sony 4k TV. Meek and his team collected thousands of multi-coloured flower petals and leaves which were whirled through the prismatic suburban streets, blasted out from a neighbouring volcano and blanketed on a pathway where … Continue reading

Magazine Antidote – The Red Room

In the latest Romance issue from Magazine Antidote, Turkish-born Cuneyt Akeroglu shoots a series of nudes in The Red Room that explore all the different emotions that love can cause. From the romantic to the disturbing, the stunning shots explore the lighter and darker sides of love, sex, pleasure and pain. A fine arts graduate … Continue reading

Claire Droppert – Sand Creatures

Prominent Dutch landscape photographer and visual designer Claire Droppert, has created a stunning new series entitled Sand Creatures. Droppert has captured stolen moments in time where the sand seemingly comes alive through weightlessness, forming stunning shapes in the process and transforming the desolate natural surroundings. This first series has a project title of Gravity and … Continue reading

India’s Holy Men

Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India, sitting on the banks of the Ganges, millions flock there each year for the salvation thought to come from the holiest city in Hinduism. It was this that drew the Canadian portrait photographer Joey L to capture his latest series Holy Men, focusing the holy men that reside … Continue reading

Rémi Noël – Batman in Texas

Fascinated by American culture and by the state of Texas, French photographer Rémi Noël has created a series of tongue-in-cheek images of a Batman figurine taking in the sites and scenery of Houston all the way to Dallas. The result is a set of stunning black and white images that bring the artist’s figurine to life … Continue reading

Emily Ratajkowski for GQ

If ‘selfie’ is the word of the year, Emily Ratajkowski is this year’s Woman of the Year, with a meteoric rise to stardom that has put her name on the lips of most men across the globe. The Polish-American beauty saw her role in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines video go viral and create as much … Continue reading

Alain Delorme – Murmurations

Upon first inspection, French photographer Alain Delorme has created stunning imagery of a natural wildlife phenomenon. His series, ‘Murmurations‘ – exhibited at Taubert Contemporary Gallery, Berlin earlier this month – seemingly captures flocks of birds in all their balletic and graceful beauty. However, the shapes are in fact a series of shapes created with thousands of plastic bags, … Continue reading

Carli Davidson – Shake

One of life’s simple, but unashamedly amusing moments is seeing dogs furiously attempting to shake water off themselves. An Oregon-based animal photographer Carli Davidson has documented this playful moment by capturing a series of entertaining facial expressions of canines in a book entitled, SHAKE. The simple act of the dogs struggling to dry themselves is transformed … Continue reading

Howard Schatz – Models and Mothers

Women who are pregnant with girls are often reminded of the old wives’ tale about daughters ‘stealing their mothers’ beauty. But, what American photographer Howard Schatz captures in his series of ‘Models and Mothers’ is the genetic origins of beauty and how certain features translate into the next generation. The study into how model daughters … Continue reading

Cisco by David Bellemere

German-born Franziska von Tschurtschenthaler never wanted to be a model, but is fast becoming one of the most talked about models around. The 24 year old from Munich has even got her own model alias, Cisco Tschurtschenthaler, or Cisco for short. An avid surfer and deeply spiritual new age traveller, Cisco spends her time away … Continue reading

Abbey Clancy – Hunger Magazine

Blonde model, mum and the wife of footballer Peter Crouch, Abbey Clancy has stripped off for celebrity portrait photographer Rankin. The Liverpudlian wag is captured in nothing but expensive shoes in a series of sexy, provocative and smouldering black and white images for Issue 4 of the photographer’s own Hunger Magazine. It is good to … Continue reading

Emily Ratajkowski – Darius Magazine

New York-based fashion-slash-porn photographer Jonathan Leder has captured Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines star and model Emily Ratajkowski in a series of Polaroid images taken in Woodstock, New York last May. The images are distinctively Leder, who solely works in analog under little or no lighting and never using retouching. The series of erotic images have … Continue reading

Martin Usborne – The Silence of Dogs in Cars

East London-based artist Martin Usborne’s has turned a childhood memory of waiting in a car whilst outside a supermarket into a series of photographs that focus on the ever-curious relationship between humans and man’s best friend, the dog. The series, entitled ‘The Silence of Dogs in Cars’ showing now at The Little Black Gallery in … Continue reading