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SHOWING POSTS IN October 2014

20 Oct 2014

Crazy horses by Ralph Hargarten

Continuing his portraits of animals, BRANSCH artist Ralph Hargarten took the chance to take these portraits of horses. Because of their eyes, horses usually look at you from the side and can’t really see you from the front, the way Ralph photographed them. Despite this fact, his subjects seem to look at the viewer, who can imagine their personalities.
16 Oct 2014

Paper Portraits by Lee Towndrow

Lee Towndrow, in which the subjects are framed by paper sculptures. The scalloped and folded paper backdrops create a playful and colorful environment with which his subjects can interact. This unique new form of portraiture exists somewhere between photography, sculpture and painting.
16 Oct 2014

Natural Beauty by Thomas Hannich

Thomas Hannich envisioned zoo animals through a very long lens as painterly subjects with unique textures, colors, shapes and patterns – the beauty of nature that is completely removed from most people’s personal experience.  Thomas shot these close portraits of exotic creatures from Hamburg’s Hagenbeck Zoo.
16 Oct 2014

Books As Far As The Eye Can See by Christian Stoll

Christian Stoll spent a day in Stuttgart exploring “Stadtbibliothek”, the newly built public library, designed by the Korean-born Germany-based architect Eun Young Yi and completed in 2011.The building is inspired by the Pantheon, drawing in natural light through the roof. Christian photographed this bright and airy space, as only he can, making it look truly awe-inspring and dizzying.
15 Oct 2014

Leaves by Reinhard Hunger

Whenever Reinhard Hunger needs a creative recharge, he finds that it helps to go back to the roots (literally in this case) and try to spend lot of time outside in nature. He assembled a collection of objects to study, including a gigantic philodendron leaf, which served as inspiration for his personal work series called “Leaves“.
08 Oct 2014

"The Horns Blow At Midnight" by AORTA

New and experienced parents will identify with the feelings behind photographer duo AORTA's The Horn Blows at Midnight – the constant vigilance and responsibility of nurturing a new child, the horrors of not being able to sleep properly. The breast pump takes on a new meaning, a call to arms, a war siren of sorts.
08 Oct 2014

The Garden of Eden by AORTA

In the Bible, the serpent is the symbol, the instrument by which the man fell into his sin. Photographers AORTA provide their take on the Garden of Eden. While it is generally portrayed as a fresh and perfect place, AORTA wanted to show how everything changed after the apple – a beautiful garden in decay.
07 Oct 2014

Dutch Light by Thirza Schaap

In the series Dutch Light, Thirza Schaap searches for the beauty that the old masters saw in the light of the Netherlands in the 19th century. Back then, people thought the reflection of the Zuiderzee, a huge inner sea, gave it its unique quality of light. In the 50′s, after the reclamation of the sea, a group of artists decided to champion the survival of this specific clarity of light. Read more...
07 Oct 2014

Fog and Mirage by Shimon and Tammar

Shimon and Tammar decided to shoot the northern shore of California, with its diverse landscapes rocky cliffs and hills reaching into the ocean. They wanted to show how the elements on earth interact with each other: air earth and water and then how our imagination interact with the landscape. Read more...
06 Oct 2014

Something Real by Romain Laurent

It’s a feeling.   It illustrates a moment in someone’s life, when they feel disconnected from reality while remaining part of it, and suddenly wake up.   It is something undefined, a feeling that is hardly touchable or noticed by himself or others.  It’s not sad or happy, but floating in-between, almost normal but slightly weird. But it is “Something Real”.
06 Oct 2014

SOAP BY MAURICIO ALEJO

“I usually don’t do this kind of photograph, but sometimes ideas come to my mind and I can’t help but execute them. I honestly tried to ignore this project for the past seven years, but it never stopped haunting me.    In the end, these images are the result of trying to visualize a vague emotional association I have between soap and its tactile experience. The lyricism arises from how subjective that experience could be. Read more...