Irina Munteanu is a photographer from Romania who captures her life and the people and places she loves, focusing on intimate and beautiful details.
Last summer Parisian web developer Nicolas Turlais set out to the Alps with five friends for a hiking adventure. Leaving the city for such a rural environment left a big mark on all of them.
Based out of Chicago, Edgardo Torres’ analog photography covers a number of themes circling around urbanism and nature. Central in all his work is the love he has for the medium, and for the friends he photographs.
We haven’t had much street photography pur sang on the blog so far, so we’re very thrilled to share the work of young Turkish talent İlker Gökşen.
Juan Madrid is a final year student in Rochester, NY. His somewhat peculiar body of work seems to capture the oddities of life: things that are out of place, faces you can’t figure out just like that.
Thomas Nolf (who we blogged about earlier) presents his latest series Passant. Departing from the essay Un ville au loin by Jean-Luc Nancy he investigates the concept of the city, suburb and public space.
Step into the dreamy world of Anna Leigh Clem. This photographer from Hoboken, New Jersey finds her inspiration in the beauty of nature, while going to school in New Paltz, New York.
There’s something quite mysterious about the work of Sanja Bistricic. Born in Zadar and living in Zagreb, Croatia, photography became more than just a hobby for her after shooting pictures for her sister, fashion designer Andreja Bistricic. With her work she aims to portray the interaction between people and their environment, and show each and...