Mark Hillen is a talented amateur photographer based in Munich. Mark developed a photographic style sumptuous through nature landscapes which he reveals, through his camera, an imperceptible beauty with the naked eye.
Korinne Bisig is a photographer for 16 years, currently based in Seattle. In the footsteps of her father since the age of 12, Korinne sees photography as the easiest way to tell a story or express an emotion, experience first. Through a female protagonist, here we are plunged into the dark and atmospheric world of this young girl destined to a bright future.
After his video Inside Me, artist Dmitry Zakharov comes back with the project “Creatures, Gods and Architectures”. In black and white, he has captured photos of a climbing trip with a kaleidoscopic effect. This work combines parts of rocks’ structures and human parts where we can guess a few tattoos.
Upon advertising campaigns creations, talented photographer Susanne Stemmer likes to make underwater photography series. With a different style for each series, she reveals here a series straight out of a dream, where a young women is floating inside an ethereal and pure water. To discover in images.
Time Travel is a series by photographer Flora Borsi. She integrated herself with a digital camera and a smartphone in a collection of black and white pictures showing icons such as Marilyn Monroe, the Beatles and Andy Warhol. Through anachronisms, she asks how would be this era if the fans had our technological ressources.
After his series Levitation, Italian artist Giuseppe Lo Schiavo comes back with his project “Wind Sculptures” through he wanted to capture natural and unpredictable sculptures shaped by the wind and a rescue blanket, thin and made in aluminium. He considers his cliches like “theatrical performances’ recorders” operated by a nature in collaboration with humans.
Here is the photographic project “United Land” by the photographer and visual artist François Ronsiaux. The idea is to explore the notion of the mental state of men facing the possible disappearance of the environment. Nature would have reasserted itself on human foundations. discover.
But what happens to our old pile of scrap metal rolling under the earth? As to the cars owned by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, they are thrown into the ocean to create artificial reefs. Photographer Stephen Mallon has documented this release for the project “Next Stop Atlantic”.
Ex Caelo Lux is a photo series with a fantastical atmosphere made by UK-based artist Lottie Davies. In a beautiful forest, the artist has installed paper lanterns, floor lamps and other kind of ceiling lights, giving rise to a magical interaction with nature and reminding the sweet light of glow-worms. To discover below.
“The Last Light” is a photos series showing the beauty of winter twilight in Norway. Till 2nd of December, sweet tints of setting sun spread in the sky, offering a celestial gradient to contemplate. Rosy tints delicately reflect on snowy slope of mountains. A series by Bjørg-Elise Tuppen, to discover.