Tuesday, September 25

Portraits of the healers, witch doctors and medicine men - Bolivia

For artists Thomas Rousset and Rapael Verona, traveling across the Altiplano region of Bolivia for the astounding spiritual diversity of South American spiritual diversity was the purpose to take these pictures capturing portraits of the healers, witch doctors and medicine men that are keeping traditional mystic culture alive in the 21st Century.

via Huffington Post

Monday, February 1

Ren Hang


Photographer Ren Hang is a radical artist shooting his friends in the nude. His Chinese ancestors may be his prosecutors against the bareness of his work but that's not all there is. Read his interview given to


Tuesday, January 26

Rocio Montoya

Mostly known by her work in fashion photography, Madrid-based Rocio Montoya’s ethereal double exposure photography offers intense portraitures captured in gazed moments...

Friday, November 13

Frank Horvat

Ad for Chantelle lingerie, 1958, Paris
Mondrian fashion by Saint Laurent, Harper's Bazaar, 1964, Madrid, Spain
Hitchcock Issue (b), Vogue France, 1974, Paris

Hitchcock Issue (p), Vogue France, 1974, Paris

Being the key figure in fashion photography in 50s, 60s and 70s Frank Horvart worked for many popular publications such as Picture Post, Paris Match and Life. His first photoshoot was for Elle in 1985. You can visit Galerie Hiltawsky in Berlin until 1st of March to see more of his work!

via Frank Horvat offical website.

Saturday, October 3


"Enough of symbolism and these escapist themes of purity and innocence."

Friday, September 4

Quote by Mevlana

Don’t be aquiver with love for yourself.
Let someone else do this for you.
I swear by your soul that
There is no enemy of yourself
But you.

Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi, Divan-I Kebir 7, Verse 381

Friday, July 31

Minimalist Candyland

Commisioned by Plastik Magazine with Texas-based photograpger Matt Crump the series  #MinimalBeirut is born.

Turning Beirut into a minimalist Candyland is contradictory in color and humor send overshadowing the city's past of wars and context. 

via Trendland

Friday, July 24

Yumna - Northern Yemen

Born in 1988 and growing up in Washington DC. , Yumna Al-Arashi studied International Politics with a focus on the Middle East in The New School. Named Up and Coming Female Journalist by Forbes Magazine in 2011, she's currently working on a documentary on Middle East - as foreseen- by receiving support from The US Department of state of Art in Embassies, National Geographic Abu Dhabi and VSCO.

Saturday, May 2

Absence Of Water

Gigi Cifali's "Absence of Water"series documents the abandoned public swimming pools in England. Beautiful imagery but a sad sound is according  them...

Saturday, December 13

Emma Phillips - Salt Mines

Melbourne-based photographer Emma Phillips's self published book is a raw description of salt mines in Nullabor Plain, in Western Australia. It's in the category of  "hard to believe" landscape imagery.

via Trendland

Saturday, October 18

Response, Sea by Laura Plageman

Artist and educator at the same time Laura Plageman lives and works in Oakland, CA.
Examining the natural world, her images maintains the reality while focusing into a distortion that would present a scene of mystery, beauty and constant change.

via Trendland

Monday, August 25

Up in the Air - Antoine Rose

As a self-taught photographer originated from Belgium, Antione Rose was the official photographer for Kitesurfing World Cup in recent years. He traveled around the globe from South Africa to Istanbul to capture his magical moments and also commissioned his work for worldwide advertising campaigns. Going towards a minimalistic path following the "art for art" concept from watching above "an eye in the sky" that has began back in 2002, he landscapes these beach series from helicopters above Miami beaches to capture social patterns for his the art sake.