You’d Better Let Elisabetta Roncoroni’s Work Grow Dense and Take Shape in Your Mind

Elisabetta Roncoroni is an Italian photographer who mostly captures analog images with her Canon Eos 10 or Pentax P30. She shoots beautiful, soft portraits which remind me about a woman’s delicate skin and features. I really do believe she managed to capture a moment, it’s like she carries the stories she heard as a child. […]

As a Mental Illnesses Survivor, Célia Schouteden Portrays Her Intimate Feelings Regarding Her Anxiety

Célia Schouteden is a young photographer based in Belgium, studying Psychology at her hometown university. Analog photography has become now part of her life, finding this process unpredictable and poetic. And now would be the time to realize why Dead Poets Society is one of her all-time favorite movies; you’ll get that dreamy, different perspective […]

Dăm startul la Bucharest Photo Week 2017 pe 11 septembrie!

Între 11-17 septembrie 2017, va avea loc ediția a IV-a a Bucharest Photo Week, unul dintre cele mai importante festivaluri de fotografie din capitală. Temele predominante ale #bpw2017 vor fi fotografia de stradă și cea documentară, iar locațiile evenimentelor vor fi multiple, precum în anii precedenți. Gallery Cafe, susținută de ANAV (Asociația Națională pentru Arte […]

Freya in The Garden of Soul – Photo & Text by Irina Gache

Freya in the Garden of Soul is an episode-based surrealist novel that I decided to publish online as I go along with the writing process. It focuses on the journey of a character named Freya in the realms of the unconscious where she meets and interacts with different phantasmagorical characters that challenge her sense of […]

Diana Vrinceanu – Between Nowhere and Everwhere

1995. Bill Clinton “mistakenly” confirms that Area 51 exists. Microsoft releases Windows 95, the first major consumer-oriented edition of Windows. Ebola epidemic kills almost 250 people in Central-Africa. And, finally, the instant-cult, independent film “Kids”, directed by Larry Clark, sees the big screen. Starring prominent actresses in their youth, such as Chloë Sevigny or Rosario […]

Redefining Self-Eroticism and Female Nudity – Tabata Roja

Tabata Roja is a 23 years old self-taught photographer based in Mexico City. Her vast preoccupation in the domain determined her to experiment obsessively with analog photography (lomography in particular) and even start formal studies in chemical photography. On Her Art Process and Aestethics “I am crazy about the idea of how the emulsion will […]

Beauty Requires Touch. Portraits of Girls, by Bruno Maric

Bruno Maric is a photographer based between New York and Los Angeles, an artist “in love with faces, bodies, hearts and minds”. His portfolio consists mainly in portraits, an exclusive feminine side, in a perpetual try to capture as much expression as possible. His obsession with female portraiture is one of the reasons that determined […]

Those Who Fuck The Labels. The Normals, by Paul Kurucz

They say what’s normal for the spider is chaos for the fly. The same principle applies to Paul Kurucz new photo series which has as main subject the separation of standard notion of “normality” as accepted by society. “Most people are normal”, the art statement explains. “Some want to be different and follow the norms […]

A Sleepwalker Who Loves Dreams: NSFW Dark, Mysterious Gifs

Neto. No other name, no desire to talk about his art, he presents himself as Neto. Scorpion, graduated the Film School in Krakow. A sleepwalker who loves dreams and dreams, believes in power! While I do reckon I have no desire in having such dreams, his art might be considered disturbing and quite terrifying. I […]

Cristina Vlas and A New Fascination with Drawing on Wood (Interview)

Cristina Vlas is a young artist born in Republic of Moldova, whose works I first saw on Facebook. I guess there’s no need for a longer introduction, we kinda asked her everything we were curious about. You can visit her page WoodPortrait for more images or for orders. Hi, Cristina! First thing off, tell us […]

Edith Novak – Projecting Reality In Your Own Way

1995. Bill Clinton “mistakenly” confirms that Area 51 exists. Microsoft releases Windows 95, the first major consumer-oriented edition of Windows. Ebola epidemic kills almost 250 people in Central-Africa. And, finally, the instant-cult, independent film “Kids”, directed by Larry Clark, sees the big screen. Starring prominent actresses in their youth, such as Chloë Sevigny or Rosario […]

I Was Caught Up in a Vicious Circle After I Saw Deni Pesto’s Images

Deni Pesto is a Russian photographer and cinematographer based in Saint Petersburg. No wonder all of his images are so alike to movie scenes, everything just seem to be about the human gesture and an intimate environment. If there’s one thing that caught me the most about his work, is the outstanding mix of tones […]

Neon Fauves: Meagan Boyd’s Modern-Day Goddesses of Nature

Meagan Boyd is a Los Angeles based painter who combines the modern-age impressionism with the attraction for Central-American occultism in a perpetual pursuit of creating her own mythical realm. As simplistic or bidimensional (aka “flat vacuous backdrop“) as they might seem, the artist’s works are in fact overly charged with meaning and spiritual symbols. In Boyd’s […]

“You Cannot Join Us!”- The Representation of Empowered Women by Adriana Cruzat

Adriana Cruzat is a Philippines based illustrator who mostly portraits female subjects. One of her method of creating such pieces is simply browsing the internet, while getting inspired by random photos and turn them into her version of art. She focuses on the traditional idea of women in portraiture, using stunning colors and fine lines. […]

Photographer Reimagines Iconic Movie Scenes With Ordinary People

Romanian Photographer Alex Iacobescu decided to create a series where he re-staged iconic all-time cinema scenes by replacing the movie stars with people known to him. The idea is part of “Acaju ca-n Filme” (Acaju like in the movies), a local event that marks 9 years since Acaju (a local bar) opened its gates. As […]

If Depression Would Be Nude. Nasos Karabelas’ Photography

Nasos Karabelas is a photographer and film director from Greece. His primary love is cinema. So far he produced two short-films and a feature film which took part in film festivals across his country and also abroad. Karabelas experimented with photography only in the last four years. “I’m self taught”, he says, “and the kind […]

The Cruelty of Her Beauty

Simone Ridi is an artist based in Firenze, Italy. His art is a photographic study of the flesh and the lusts that have arisen from it. He’s trying to intrigue you through a hypnotizing eroticism and I think he succeeds. At least to me it has this effect! Simon is a very talented guy, there’s no doubt, a guy who […]

Hippie in Cyprus – Chronicles of a Wannabe Traveller

I’ve been living for about 3 years in Cyprus and didn’t really started to discover it until just recently. I’ve probably seen more of this island in the first week than during the rest of couple years that followed. I’ve been working, meeting people, random life-changing events occured and I’ve changed my mindset several times. […]

Forget About This Unbearable Heat with Lena Pogrebnaya’s Work

Lena Pogrebnaya is an architect and a photographer currently based in Ukraine; she focuses on fashion and architecture, something mixing these last two with fine art and portrait photography. While looking at her photos in some peculiar way I sense a bit of drama. I am convinced that after I saw these images, stared amazed […]

The Secret Places of Tom Stoltenberg

Tom Stoltenberg is a young photographer and student at the technical university Dortmund, Germany. Born and grown up in the area ‘Ruhrgebiet’, best known for it’s large coal industry of the last century, he focuses on portraying abandoned places such as old coal mines and similar industrial objects. That metropolitan region is undergoing a change […]

Jonathan Moyal’s Images Make You Think About Your Sweetest Dreams

Jonathan Moyal is a French photographer who creates stunning, intimate images of young girls, but you’ll also find in his photo stream a bunch of impressive landscape images taken while traveling, successfully capturing and creating unique moments. What I admire the most about his photography journal is the powerful use of tones. Either black and […]

The Photographic World of Nurjona Pinguri

Nurjona Pinguri is a sweet girl from Tirana, Albania, who made a passion for photographing the world around her. Our law student, namely Nurjona, tries through her own resources to unravel the photographic art, but also Latin and French. Well, we’re dealing with a very ambitious chick. Good for us! I went over her work after hours of browsing […]

Purveyor of Exquisite Photographic Peculiarities. Carmen de Vos

Carmen De Vos is a slow photographer. She registers, portrays and thinks up odd stories. She shoots Polaroids to frame these mental escapades, they get so easily out of hand. Once upon a time she found herself guilty of home-crafted mischiefs for TicKL, her English art porn Polaroid magazine. She never really got cured from […]

Macaroni with Cheese and A Drop of…

Italians are often recognized for their own slightly sloppy charm, so to speak. Luisa Terminiello seems to be that kind of girl who probably would have preferred to be born a boy. We still find that femininity unaltered in her artistic creations, a tease that shows her face with shyness. Somewhere behind these naughty photos, as a disorder, lyricism […]

“My Perfect Summer” by Riccardo Melosu

“My perfect summer” is the latest series of the photographer Riccardo Melosu. He tries to describe us an outstanding, a so-called perfect summer, woven with rainy days and melancholy everywhere. Those cold droplets and her penetrating look bring you a little autumn atmosphere into your soul. Therefore, we have a beautiful character captured into an ideal landscape amazingly […]

Dear Diary… by Miguel Triano

Miguel Triano is a profesional photographer based in Barcelona. His projects include skateboarding, surf snow and lifestyle photography. As you already know, we like to present to you the unseen face of things. Well, we put you face to face with the intimate adventure of this very talented photographer. In commercial terms, Miguel had a number […]

Hubert Solczynski’s Mind-Revealing Creations Just Can’t Leave You Insensitive

I ran into Hubert Solczynski’s unique work a couple of days ago and there’s not a single thing that can leave me insensitive. Born in Poland, this young boy has a boundless imagination developing a very particular style. Hubert is a self-taught artist who practiced alone in his room and found refuge in music. His […]

Magali Marrodan Wants You to Feel Something, Whatever You Like or Need

Magali Marrodan (MRGRT) is a photographer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She tries to impress us with her analog photography in attempt to portray a woman’s sensibility and charm. Magali develops her own films and she has been taking photos since she bought her first camera, a Canon A1. While having most of her friends […]

The Melancholy of Eroticism. Dave Bee

Eroticism is for many of us just a symbol of a vulgar, vile manner. Dave Bee tries through his photographic achievements to fit this form of expression and feeling into the elitist space of art. Can one find art where few only notice the obscene? That’s very easy, I’d mention, especially if you can see […]