The Infinite Now

Capturing the fleeting moments of a wave‘s journey to dissipation, Ray Collins feels more at home floating in saltwater with his camera than anywhere on land. Freezing [...]

Bodies in Motion

Scott Eaton’s Bodies in Motion is an ongoing photographic project that aims to document the power, beauty and possibility of the human body in motion. Scott began [...]

Waiting a while

Born in 1964, Eric Droussent made his first steps in photography with an argentic camera. He learned to look, to compose, view, plan, anticipate and move the settings before [...]

Gods and Princesses

Best known for series like Fallen Princesses and Gods of Suburbia, through which she critically examines the “happily ever after” motif that we are spoon fed since [...]

Hipsters in Stone

Since photographer Léo Caillard and digital mastermind Alexis Persani have joined their skills, Michelangelo’s David and other Louvre’s classical sculptures have [...]

Living Things

“Amazing things are always around us, whether they are real or not I always photograph ordinary things, because photographs are the record of living things” As one of the [...]

Mexican Madness

Inspired by Frida Kahlo, stylist Valentina Fino and photographer Debora Pota spun a new twist for their menswear editorial titled Mexican Madness featured in Kaltblut [...]


In 2011, Dmitry Rogozhkin spent 250 bucks to buy a Canon PowerShot 20x. For him it was a lot of money but, from there, he spent his first year of university shooting and [...]

Under Spell

As if in a Vermeer or a Rembrandt, the teenage girls in Hellen van Meene’s portraits are often stark in dress and appearance, bathed exquisitely in natural light. They gaze [...]

African Canvas

In much the same way as she photographed the art of Ndebele women, Margaret Courtney-Clarke has drawn on her personal affinity for the art itself, for methods, design and [...]