Photographer Dan Mariner returns to a drilling town in Pennsylvania where the oil industry once exploited the landscape, to document nature’s incredible regenerative power.
“My photography is about subtraction. I approach it with a simple and minimalistic process – tending to focus on the smallest details, the beauty in the minutiae.
These candid portraits from Branch Brook Park pay tribute to the love, vulnerability and fleetingness of youth.
Captured by Kieran Behan on Impossible Project film.
Flashy motels, swimming pools, Memphis prints and palm trees; Japanese artist Yoko Honda’s illustrations perfectly channel the neon-kitsch aesthetics of the 80’s.
“Moving past people and cities, Concorde has always tried to chronicle the simple, unchanging moments that are the essence of life in India”
Photographer Ransom Ashley returns to his hometown to document the emotional roller-coaster experience of teenagehood, in his latest body of work, “Virgins.”
The journey’s goal was to focus on being temporarily free from the modern pressures of society, that are now increasingly unavoidable. Freed of such obligations, we were able to appreciate the notion of time and travel at leisure, experiencing Iceland in it’s rawest form.
His Color Studies series examines the effects of tonal exaggeration on nostalgic household objects from the past.
Over the past week we’ve been lucky enough to have film photographer and environmentalist Elena Cremona take over our Instagram account to share some of the visual memories from her travels through India.
First Photography Book reorganizes her personal projects, shot between 2014 and 2016, into a 3-part series of works: Color, Plant Love and Texture.