Step into the magical 1983’s Disneyland as seen by John Brian King. After finishing photographing his ”LAX” series, he pursued „places that had that beautiful mélange of prolonged suffering and enforced happiness” and so Disneyland came to his mind.
Elina Tsoutsia is a 23 years old self-taught photographer based in Athens, Greece, currently studying Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art.
TOY Interview & Photos: Maxim “Panda” Barron talks about analog photography, Bat for Lashes, white witches and where they usually hang out (we also found out that he likes dancing).
Lars Kemnitz is an art director and photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. He discovered his passion for photography at university. Since then he has been developing his own aesthetic and vision.
Alessandro Ruggieri is featured in the UNCERTAIN Magazine Issue #3 – Woman and now he is back with a selection of photographs from two of his series “I’m Loving It” and “Imagine”.
Roeg Cohen is a Canadian photographer currently based in New York. Model: Taylor Kerrigan
Special #2 – Summer of ‘18 – Submissions OPEN: The next project, that will take shape into an online special edition zine, is a summer journal gathering different stories that took place between June and September, 2018.
Lilena Marinou is a passionate filmmaker based in New York City, USA. Born and raised in Athens, Greece, Lilena attended Greek & international schools until she began pursuing a BFA in Film/TV at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Dennis Schnieber was born and raised in a smaller town near Berlin and he is taking film photographs since 2011, when he inherited a Carl Zeiss Werra 35mm camera. He is currently working on his MA in cultural studies at HU Berlin.
Josefina Bonavia (Koko) is a freelance film photographer and graphic designer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“I’m not really a photographer, I’m a filmmaker. I make music videos, commercials and short films, but throughout my career I’ve always loved taking pictures.” Chris Turner
John Kilar is a nomadic analog photographer based in the US. His work will stay with you forever (or let’s say, will haunt you) and that’s one of the best things that could happen to you.
Carianne Older is back with a new series titled “Housewife Blues”. This series explores the positive and negative sides of being left home alone with nothing to do.
“[…] as I was playing with compositions, this account became the place for me to share things I always wanted to express but I couldn’t do in the real life because of my position and my way of living”
From questions like „what makes me a woman”, the feeling of not being good enough or the pressure women experience daily in order to meet certain expectations, to the trouble of finding their place in different types of societies – 220 pages later, here it is!