Ilker Karaman and the games of shadows

Ilker Karaman is a Turkish photographer that created ‘In Pursuit Of Myself’: street photography of strangers that he uses to explore ideas of self-discovery. Ilker Karaman uses in his photography the contrast of shadows, created ‘In Pursuit Of Myself’: street photography of strangers that he uses to explore ideas of self-discovery. He explained: “To be aware…

Tom Blachford and his apocalyptic photos

Tom Blachford is a photographer based in Melbourne, Australia and he just finished the five-year photo-project called “Midnight Modern”. His series only the silvery light of a full moon to capture properties designed by some of the most prolific architects in America. Tom Blachford captured most of his images in the desert resort city of Palm Springs.…

Chris Forsyth and his obsession for metros

Chris Forsyth is a Montreal-based photographer that has an obsession for architecture and metros. His series titled ‘Montreal Metro’ began in October of 2014 as an academic project, documenting the often overlooked architecture of Montreal’s urban subway. Chris Forsyth worked at his photo-series that is composed of 68 stations, each was designed by a different architect between…

Nelson Garrido captured the beauty of abandoned houses

Nelson Garrido is a photographer that shows the impact of the financial crisis on Portuguese properties. He shot just one picture a day while capturing various abandoned houses. Nelson Garrido describes his project: “This project goes beyond the revelation of ruins; it intends to provide an experience of places“. He depicted different sorts of residences from multi-story buildings…

Nadav Kander captured the changing of the Yangtze River

Nadav Kander is an Israeli photographer that created his photo-series called the Yangtze, The Long River, photos that depict the changing landscape of Asia’s longest river. Nadav Kander captured the third longest river in the world, the Yangtze River. For many thousands of years, the river has been populated by millions of humans who have lived along its banks and has…

Mustafah Abdulaziz depicts the importance of water

Mustafah Abdulaziz is a photographer based in Berlin that collate his ongoing project into ‘Water’: a compelling series that highlights our precarious relationship with this vital substance. Mustafah Abdulaziz has been working on this evocative project for years, which has been backed by the United Nations and featured in The New Yorker and The New York Times, among others.  His works…

Hanna Antonsson and her abstract photography

Hanna Antonsson is a Swedish photographer that juxtaposes curious images with similar graphics elements that vacillate between being intriguing and confusing. Hanna Antonsson has a unique view that connects the worlds of art, nature, and photography, where the subjects and objects in question become a new vehicle for exploitation. Her work makes you look twice—each frame encompasses an…