“The series “Omas Kleiderschrank” (Granny’s Closet) is inspired by vintage fashion. When we sat down together, we knew immediately that we wanted to shoot the series in the most sustainable way possible. So, we decided to use only the stuff we could find at our grandmas, aunties and so on.” – Megan Auer
“The series comprises sets of two combined pictures, both taken at different times and locations. Each pair always has something in common, whether it be the form or the subject.” – Dennis Eichmann
“As a kid, I used to go to Laberint d’Horta in Barcelona but I didn’t remember the place perfectly. When I went to check it out for the shooting, I quickly felt that it was the right place to shoot the series.” – Clàudia Grosche
Carlos Darder is a photographer from Palma de Mallorca, Spain, who captures everything that’s around him, his friends, intimacy and the meaning of the youth as he sees it.
With her series entitled “Anxiety”, Maria Beatriz Rocha explores the idea of a person trying to exist both in the past and in the future.
Drawn to a feeling of dissonance, Charlie Joe Doherty is always searching to capture revealing sides of the soul and the inner beauty in others.
Vika Mehovich is a photographer from Minsk, Belarus and this is a story about youth and aging. Nature looks like an outdated house, a place where we all have to live together.
“This series is exploring the more quiet side of the seaside of Barcelona, far from the masses of people, with its beautiful lighting and Mediterranean atmosphere.” – Cathy Schultze
“i had a brief memory of someone i met from a year ago, just prior to falling asleep. she lingered long enough to eventually crossover into a dream i had.” – Archie Magsumbol
“Normally when I’m shooting, I shoot portraits of humans and put effort into excluding ugly contemporary cars from the shots, so it was refreshing to hunt older cars with personality and shoot portraits of them.” – Zeno Gill
“I had known Paige before moving to NY but we finally met last summer, a humid July day which crested clockwise on the Wonder Wheel in Coney Island, her long black hair Jennifer Connelly-esque on the darkened Boardwalk.” – James de Leon
“I photograph anything that attracts me. I am instinctive, I do not care about the beautiful framing, I only shoot when I meet and recognize myself. It is essential that the image looks like what I am and how I feel. I like this.” – La Perez
“It was a night I got to spend with my sisters before they left me in New York City. These pictures are all I have left of that night. It was bitterly cold, but the bars and city kept us warm and comfortable.” – Justin Pavlecka
Seren Coşkun is a photographer based in Istanbul. The artist’s observant, detail-oriented character has been reflecting on her style of photography.
After both Warhaus and J. Bernardt played separately, the Balthazar fever was bound to happen and it took over Control Club for two days. The band delivered a playful and atmospheric show and we were there to capture it and ask a few questions about their new album.
Inês Condeço, as a women’s and LGBT rights activist, takes a step forward and sets herself to immortalize the purest and freest side of these people
Mircea Albuțiu’s series “DQ 2exp” is a collection of double exposures shot while the ballet ensemble form the Cluj Opera House was rehearsing Don Quixote and then in the most important place in Bucharest, University Square
“For my whole life I have grown up next to the sea. I live in a small village on the cliffs, nestled between two seaside towns. When the sky is clear, you can see across the sea to France.” – Emily Madeline Bradshaw
Spyros Papaspyrou is a photographer from Athens and this is an ongoing project that he has been working on for almost a year with his medium format camera.
“This town is responsible for shaping my father into the man he has become. Crestline is responsible for developing his love for nature, his strong work ethic, and his humble perspective.” – Kyle Everett Smith
Images from a project titled “High Strangeness”. They are shot on expired 35mm film and given a portrait aesthetic in post production. Justin Hashaw’s inspiration is drawn from his appreciation of low budget exploitation and grind house films from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
“Anyathakhyati is a Sanskrit word meaning the phenomenon of seeing one image as another image that was previously seen – such as seeing a stick as a snake.” – Ben Balusek
Inspired by 50’s street photography, “Wondrous Time” is a series shot in LA by Berlin based artist Laura Cherry Grove with singer-songwriter Tess Parks
“Waiting for the Sun” is a series spontaneously shot by Minsk based photographer Tanya Brahinskaya with model Olya Lipnickaya on one of the few winter sunny days