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 […]

“Kitchen Motives” by Aleksey Yepanchintcev

Aleksey Yepanchintcev a.k.a. Morose is a Russian artist based in Siberia, Novosibirsk. “Kitchen Motives” is an older series that has attracted our attention in a very special manner. You’ll sense a sort of romanticism while watching these nudes, who can transport you in a world full of fantasies of all kinds. Well, let’s take a look at […]

C’est Lui, Paul Virlan!

Romanian illustrator Paul Virlan (featured here) is going to exhibit this month a series of artworks in an venue meant to set up a milestone in his artistic development. From 30th of June and until 14 of July, if you’re in Bucharest you can come by Copper’s Pub to witness “C’est Moi”, the artist’s transmorphism seen through […]

The Nakedness Of A Muse. Nicole by Justin Friesen

Justin Friesen is a filmaker and a photographer based in Toronto, Canada. In the film industry, he started as an actor at the age of 5. It does not seem too credible, is it? “When I was in High School I took a film class. I fell in love with filmmaking. I was inspired by the likes […]

Hannes Windrath’s Raw Images Are a Call for Freedom

Hannes Windrath is a German photographer capturing the beauty of nudity and naturalness. I found his photography style quite appealing, mixing dark and sexy elements with powerful, yet nostalgic feelings. It’s a cliche somewhere in the middle, he creates a stunning view for what it’s supposed to be a call for freedom. His images are […]

Lucian Harbada’s Collages Offer a New, Unusual Perspective on Life and Reality

I recently ran into Lucian Harbada‘s work and I’m feeling excited I eventually did this. He creates impressing minimalist collages, managing to offer a new and unusual perspective on life and reality. Lucian presents his own parallel world, where everything seem to be surrounded by the vast emptiness of space. I mostly enjoy how he […]

Choreographer and Photographer AdeY Captures Images of Naked Bodies in Fluid Poses

British-born photographer AdeY captures stunning images of naked bodies in fluid poses, rather strange yet so captivating. I follow his website for a long time now and I just can’t get enough of this venerability and loneliness thing. He is also an acclaimed choreographer so this must be the reason why he plays so wonderfully […]

Pulkit Kamal: „My Usual Message is About Human Alienation, Loss and Loneliness.”

Pulkit Kamal is a self taught artist from Mumbai, India. He started exploring mixed media and digital alteration, mostly to form a surreal atmospheric environment depicting depression, anxiety, lifelessness, joy, love, sorrow, despair, remorse and heartbreaks. Discover more about Pulkit and his work on the following interview. Hello, Pulkit! Tell us more about yourself and […]

Denis Kulikov Loves the Aesthetics of the Female Body

Denis Kulikov is a Russian self-taught photographer based in Saint Petersburg and he finds most of his models through the web. Denis received his math degree from Saint Petersburg State University, but photography remains one of his favorite hobby: he shoots a lot of fashion, nude and fine art portraiture.  I find it easier to work with nude […]

Art Without Nudes Is Just “Eh”! Mikki Marvel by 2nd Life Photography

Nudes have been, like forever, the artists’ leitmotif. It has always been fashionable, but not really into contemporary world. We’re not talking here about a stylish matter, but about an irresistible desire of watching the natural beauty of the human body. After all, let’s just consider art without women; or worse, about women all dressed […]

Explore the Sweet Urban Nights Series by Cosimo F. Stasi

Cosimo F. Stasi is an Italian freelance photographer, born in the province of Taranto. He participated in a workshop of still life with the talented Silvio Bursomanno and a workshop of portraits with Alessio Albi. Inspired by photographers like Mario Testino, Tim Walker or Sebastiao Selgado, he creates stunning realistic images showing off the intimacy […]

Micaela Mclucas Goes Soul-Searching and the Result is Fascinating

Today’s feature on Cultartes is Micaela Mclucas who grew up in Southern California. Some of you might know her after she quit her job in New York – where she says she was consumed with ‘fancy heels and nice clothes’ – to live a simple life on the road. Her photos are full of shiny, […]

Dancer In The Light. Marianne Haugli by Julie Pike

Marianne Haugli is the main character of this photo shooting and a contemporary dancer, model and choreographer; just like Julie, she lives in Oslo, Norway.  Julie Pike is an award-winning photographer whose works have been exhibited in national and international fashion and art publications, institutions, art galleries and museums. Julie Pike was born in Scotland in 1975, […]

Fade In-Out by Alessio Bottiroli

Alessio Bottiroli is a software developer from Italy, but his passion is photography. He works both on digital and analog, but he likes film way more when it comes to personal projects, which are often inspired by the music he listens to and the books he reads. “Fade In-Out” is a new dreamy, surreal series […]

Leonardo Glauso’s “Private Nudes” – A Two-Faced Display of Sexuality

Naked twins. Naked roller-skaters. Naked contortionists. Naked beauty seen with a naked eye. Glauso’s muses are innocence’s turned voluptuously in guilt, sweet guilt. Leonardo Glauso is a photographer, editor and founder of Resuer Magazine, currently based in Milan. Born in Florence, he started photographing about 7-8 years ago. He’s still in his twenties, but I […]

There are Infinite Reasons to Love Temptation of Sin Series by Stefan Neagu

Stefan Neagu‘s Temptation of Sin series is an approach to reality, a call for pushing the boundaries. Some bizarre emotions get a chance to speak in these pictures. Stefan focuses on portrait photography, it’s like he tries to examine the changes happened in a female representation; the result is both outstanding and poetic. Already known […]

Gravity Defying Skate Session by Badthrowup

Antonio Paradiso aka Badthrowup freezes moments in time. This skate session captures motion and movement and it’s a gravity defying project that best describe this culture. I’m not really into the politics of skate photography, but I can tell this is something I truly enjoy. I guess it’s about the relation between the skateboarder and […]

Jacqueline Secor on Diversity of Nature Series: “Painting Vulvae is an Act of Resistance”

Aldous Huxley once said that “perhaps it’s good for one to suffer – can an artist do anything if he’s happy? Would he ever want to do anything?”. Ergo, only by going through trauma an artist can really express himself. There’s no surprise there. Not anymore. As we’re going to find out in the interview […]

With Love! From Libby Edwards

Libby Edwards is an Australian photographer and artist living in Berlin for about 3 years; she’s originally from Perth, Western Australia. “With love” is a project that involves a lot of poetry. Woven with the bohemian scent of a naked breast, this series gives birth to a kind of nostalgia. If you’ve missed the opportunity, you’ll feel an […]

This Is Not A Love Song, Part. XII: Larsen Sotelo

This is not a love editorial. Somehow, this wants to be a sort of an introduction into another world, where, love exists, don’t worry, but, in other forms, more rudimental, more vivid, more natural, without that tricks you are seeing, daily, on TV or which airs on the Radio Station, tender and sweet and namby-pamby shity songs. To be short, we are […]

Cultartes x Bad Jubies Apparel: The Story Behind this Photo Shooting

So I guess he did it again and this time we were dead serious involved. Lupu Marius made a special photo shooting featuring Cultartes and Bad Jubies Apparel sweet t-shirts. It’s more like a fashion story starring Melania Spataru and Raula Hutan; a story based and about capturing the essence of a badass friendship and […]