Before They Pass Away Jimmy Nelson (Sevenoaks, Kent, 1967) is the photographer behind the book ´before they pass away´ where he pictures indigenous cultures in an astheticly beautiful way and is showing us the variety & beauty of those people. I had a chance to look into the book and cannot wait to buy it […]
Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar, Senegal in 1980. Since his early days, Omar Victor Diop developed an interest for Photography and Design, essentially as a means to capture the diversity of modern african societies and lifestyles. His work is interrogative and intriguing, prospective, yet a tad vintage and draws inspiration from Diop’s […]
Vienna-based photography studio staudinger-franke have set their latest series underwater, revealing the ‘barrier’ between a human model and the transparent sheets under which they are submerged. The portfolio of photographs comprises portraits of women and men, separated from the viewer by a barrier of water. filled with colorful fish and aquatic botanicals, the pool both […]
“What Do You Hyde Series” is an astonishing portraits series made by the Argentine photographer Romina Ressia. For this project, she staged mysterious women whose face and torso are hidden by patterned fabrics. What is even more interesting is the correlation between textile and patterns painted in the background papers.
A wonderful short film by director Matthew Frost starring Kirsten Dunst for Vs. Mag about the todays behavior of so many people especially the youngest. Short, simple and a clear wondering message.
This stunning set of India’ Holy Men in powerful portraits by Brooklyn-based photographer Joey L puts us face to face with religious ascetics who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of spiritual liberation. Starting in Northern Ethiopia, Joey has traveled the world searching for wandering monks and spiritualists. The latest installment of his Holy […]
Anthony Cerniello, an American filmmaker has emulated the ageing process by ‘creating a person’ called Danielle, who subtly changes in front of viewers’ eyes from childhood into old age. Mr Cerniello’s ‘Danielle’ project was not shot over a lifetime, but is made up of photographs of family members of different generations who were photographed in […]