Taken within a three-month period, these photographs represent the edge of America, the last stop before the ocean. It is a place where the strange is the norm and the mundane is nowhere to be found.
Ariane Prin’s RUST range is composed of plant pots, trays, fruit bowls, vases and jewellery boxes created by mixing metal dust with plaster and eco-resin.
Riin Kaljurand re-appropriates imagery from Soviet Estonia’s women’s magazines to look at images of femininity according to the communist ideology of work – women as hard working comrades of Soviet society.
Kinai’s art is a mystic spiral of Gore, human diversity, the 90s, cannibalism, and food – with an Oriental touch. Instagram | Tumblr .
KNOW WHERE is a photographic series which plays with dismantling and reconstructing multiple fragments of our surroundings, to make them appear familiar yet unidentifiable.
‘The Aesthetic Occupation of Flora’ stems from photographer Oscar Henderson-Pennington’s fascination with the ways that mankind re-appropriates objects of nature, using plants and flowers to adorn the artificial environments we have created for ourselves.
Creative duo Teyosh imagines new vocabulary fabricated from contemporary online behaviours, which they explore in an interactive web of graphics and imagery.
Tor has just self-published his first short comic “Nice and Clean”, and is currenlty working on several other short stories. At the same time he is working on developing a universe of standalone pictures, such as the ones presented in this feature.
The City of Children is a photo-documentary on a social project born in Hungary after the fall of communism, in which children from dysfunctional and/or poverty stricken families were placed in government-run foster care.
Still life is a piece that works as a visual and sonic palate cleanser. It is an enquiry into our over-saturated, digital surroundings, and at the same time it is an opportunity to briefly cut off our connection to it.