Capturing The Simplicity in Chaos: The Street Photographs of Matt Obrey from the UK - ERIC KIM
Eric’s Note: I am happy to share the work of Matt Obrey, a street photographer based in the UK. He is part of the new revisedMEDIA collective, and I love his use of light, simplicity, and black & white + color for his work. In the streets where chaos reigns supreme, he is able to […]
Man of Structure Editorial in Fault Magazine
Lindsay shares inspiration for her fashion editorial, Man of Structure featured in Fault Magazine.
Minimal Fashion Photography By Paul Jung - IGNANT
Paul Jung is a New York-based photographer, originally from Taiwan. With a background in architecture, graphic design and art direction, he now mainly focuses on fashion photography. His own strong visual language with a sense for detail and abstractness runs like a common thread through his body of work with publications in the New York […]
Marcin Ryczek - "HARMONY” | LensCulture
Marcin Ryczek's works are a series of minimalistic and symbolistic photographies. Their main idea is the minimum form and maximum content. The Harmonia title refers to the form, content and process of creating the presented photographs. The theme is multidimensional; it refers to freedom, spirituality and human-nature relations. Found in the surrounding world, not transformed graphically, clear images refer to straight lines and pure forms. Most of them are in black-and-white style, which…
František Drtikol | Symbolist /Visionary photographer
Frantisek Drtikol was a Czech photographer and became famous for his modernist portraits and acts in the style of the late Art Nouveau. In the 1920s and 1930s, he received significant awards at international photo salons.