Bandele ‘Tex’ Ajetunmobi is a self-taught photographer known for his documentation of the culture and communities in East London.
Portuguese artist Alice dos Reis about 3D real estate reels, internet life, and our ways of relating to objects.
Sylvie aka Sylvia reveals the meaning of her name to be a woodland spirit and was named her grandmother. Part of her success is through her Instagram.
There is a thin line between stuffiness and a modern spirit
Days of Heaven (1978)
Neil Krug is an American photographer and videographer based in Los Angeles whose work is marked by a distinct 70s aesthetic.
Chase Hall has been mostly known for his stunning portrait series, which prominently features a populace that goes largely unnoticed.
Studying in London has been the best part of Olive's life, thoroughly exceeding expectations. According to Olive, creating an unforgettable movie is to stay far away from normality.
Peaches, oranges against black and blue, Charlie is somewhat a contrasting master, as she makes clashing colours look sophisticated and timeless, her fashion sense is nothing but experimental.
With nod to the vintage Gravure and model photo books released throughout Japan in the 1980's and 90's
Dazed and Confused (1993)
There are so many dimensions to love, or at least that's what Melissa truly believes. Australian-born beauty loves her hometown because it allows her to meet creative, passionate, like-minded people, while boasting impeccable scenery.
Tarlev photography places emphasis in the details particularly paying special attention to color and natural light.
Paris-based painter Ana Karkar brings us back to art’s original purpose, making us pause and feel.
Cat's Instagram is enhanced with arty poses and some of her posts even make the simplest things in life look extravagant. Her persona matches as she mentions her admirable sense of humour and dancing to a character she made up.
A freshness balanced with clean and soft silhouettes. Smooth textures of oversized shapes create a unisex look and neutralise the scene.
Taxi Driver (1976)
Diversity seems to be the key word in Alex Webb work.
The New York based artist Ian Swanson has this kind of rare narcotic effect when taking a walk through parts of Lower Manhattan.