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Quiet Essence

Urban illusions, still lifes and scents of women, this is the essence of the Evgeny Kornienko’s universe, who manages to catch the sensuality of every form, with his [...]

Evening on 46th Street

A dancer is waiting for her train, early evening, while a man on the same platform starts to take photographs of her. They’re on Queens Boulevard, NYC, the dancer is [...]

Journey to Uncertainty

Since the 1950s, a man working studio taken photographs in the streets of Hong Kong, documenting the intriguing life around him. Rolleiflex in hand, he took to the streets, [...]

Teddy Terrorizes

It seems this world has definitively lost any trace of our original innocence and tenderness, so nothing is safe anymore and everything conceals a risk. According to Getty [...]

Into the cover

Inspired by the likes of Storm Thorgerson, with his surrealist work for Pink Floyd, modern art and Damien Hirst, after graduation from Bath Spa University in 2008, Jack [...]

Tribal Dream

Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of [...]

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Constructed between 1858 and 1881, and previously known as The Weston State Hospital, or the West Virginia Hospital for the Insane, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is the [...]

Sewage Surfer and other stories

Seahorses hitch rides on the currents by grabbing floating objects such as seaweed with their delicate prehensile tails. Photographer Justin Hofman watched with delight as [...]

Hustle and Bustle

It’s never so easy to create photographs full of meaning, emotion and personality, it often depends on the kind of life you have. Sophie Boosey is trying to create art [...]

Worlds That Never Were

Marcel van Luit is a Dutch based photographer and editor who thinks imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were — without it we go nowhere. So, he tries hard [...]