“In 2011 I embarked on a series of short trips along national and local roads in Catalonia, the area I have lived in for all of my life. […] I soon noticed that very specific subject that I found from time to time was getting my attention: abandoned gasoline stations.” – Xavier Aragonès
“I like to capture emotions and feelings between warm colors and soft shadows. I am interested in creating connections between nature, form and subject.” – Valeria Dellisanti
Wasted Carnaval is a collective of two Ukrainian film-photographers: Vika Terekhovskaya (model, stylist) and Vova Triniak (graphic designer, illustrator).
“My base photographic work is centered on capturing something intimate of a person. Something more intimate than nudity or any other physical aspect.” Mike Stacey
Elina Tsoutsia is a 23 years old self-taught photographer based in Athens, Greece, currently studying Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art.
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.
Colin Aherne is an Irish photographer based in Berlin, Germany. This collection of photographs is titled ‘Two Blue Skies’ and was made on a road trip through Montenegro in October.
Chiara Cappetta, a 21 y/o photographer from Italy is sharing with us her story “Oblivion” which is not only a photo shooting, it’s deeply more – an amazing experience working with so many minds, and mix different stories to make just one
Valeria Dellisanti is a young photographer and cinema student based in Bologna (Italy). Her images speak of simplicity and beauty in common things.
Three models projected as muses, goddesses and paradises, inspired by the paintings of ancient goddesses such as Venus.
Yuki is a 25 y/o photographer from Hong Kong, in love with the rich texture of analog photography.
“This series is very close to my heart, as it documents my hometown of Predeal. The small mountain city was one of the biggest winter resorts in Romania, but, after the fall of communism, it was left without its state-funded tourism institutions, job opportunities dwindled, and people started leaving.” Ana Moca Grama
Traffic in Los Angeles is terrible, and while most people despise it I see it as an unmixed blessing. Without the traffic jams and accidents forcing me to walk/skate through the cuts and alleys these selected photographs wouldn’t be. Thomas Morris is a photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. You can follow his
Shot in California, starring actress Marina Wolf “There are two kinds of visual memory: one when you skillfully recreate an image in the laboratory of your mind, with your eyes open; and the other when you instantly evoke, with shut eyes, on the dark innerside of your eyelids, the objective, absolutely optical replica of a
For this series Frédéric Agius wanted to emphasize the movement, particularly using the visual effects of multiple exposure on film. Together with his model Laure, they decided to capture in a frame dynamic moments using a gymnast’s ribbon. Frédéric Agius is a film photographer currently based in in the south of France. You