Her work is vibrant and colorful, and typically incorporates a splash of humor.
Fabien Vilrus is a french, self-taught film photographer who currently lives in London.
In his first solo show at CAN gallery entitled “Here Is All There Is” Vasilikos presents a selection of pictures shot between 1995 and 2015.
For her latest project, Carla was commissioned to design a label for an NGO dedicated to saving abandoned centenary olive trees and making them produce organic olive oil again.
Photography played a practical and therapeutic role: it helped me get closer to my people, talk to them again, feel them, make them feel me and create important moments with them.
The series “Public” explores the shyness and distance between strangers who’s paths nearly cross and then vanish just as quickly.
“Our ideas target the rising generations through cleverly crafted campaigns that educate our audience on environmental and humanitarian topics. Exposing the fundamental interconnectedness of all things is key if we hope to offer guidance.”
LA Based photographer Amanda Charchian harnesses the sensuality and tensions of the artistic nude in her first monograph, Pheremone Hotbox, which is now available for purchase at Hat & Beard Press.
Embark on a mysterious journey through the sounds of the torrential downpours and disco dance floors with this new mix by Crystalmafia.
“The power of images has long been a way for people to visually communicate with it’s audience, through either activism or conversation photography in the style of photojournalism or documentation.”