Italian photographer Martina Zamboni currently spends her time between Melbourne and Copenhagen. She expresses her wanderlust through her photographs of the many places she has visited.
Oliver, the second book of Italian photographer Riccardo Nava, tells the humorous story of a dog named Oliver. Last year, Riccardo found his photographs in a box on a market in Berlin. Intrigued, he decided to publish it.
Greek photographer Petros Koublis shares with us his stunning series In Landscapes, which investigates the countryside surrounding Athens and uses this to re-evaluate Greek civilization and culture.
Maya Kapouski, the alter ego of a Spanish photographer from Galicia, documents her life in an extensive photo diary, covering already six years.
Victoria E. Paternó is a photographer originally from Caracas, but now residing in Paris. Inspired by a deep love for the natural world, her work documents her travel adventures in Europe.
Oliver Udy from Antler Press sent me a beautiful zine a while ago with the work of Ukranian photographer Mariya Ustymenko.
Celeste Ortiz is a Chilean photgrapher, based in her hometown of San Antonio. Her body of work, consisting of (self-)portraits and little details of everyday life, is soft, personal and quite fragile at times.
Chris Moody is a young photographer from Texas and currently living in Oregon. Inspired by nature, he embraces the beauty of our planet and fears its future. His photographic work draws on these themes and is stunning and, at times, surreal. Featured below are works from his series A Lost World, in which he looks...