Erik Johansson is a Swedish photographer and artist. His work consist to mix hundreds of photos to make a hyper realistic, but totally illusory final assembly. Erik provokes, breaks rules and plays up with the viewer’s mind.
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong wanted to capture superhero fearlessness without using any special effects and other green background. After recruiting people dressed as comic book characters, the artist placed them on the edge of a corner of a skyscraper in San Francisco to capture beautiful portraits.
Duo photographers Juco (Julia Galdo, Cody Cloud) and fashion designer Shirley Kurata have collaborated together to create a photoshooting around a salvation mountain painted in many colors. The model is made up and coiffed by David Tolls (Workgroup) and she wears pieces of different fashion designers : Dior, Kenzo, Max Mara, Rodarte, Missoni and Proenza Schouler, among others. A shooting full of colors, to discover.
Bernhard Lang is an expert in aerial photography. After summer beaches, he presents here his aerial winter series featuring amazing snow-covered plains and stretch of white pine trees. After summer, discover the winter seen through the eyes of this talented artist. Find out more in the gallery.
Floriane de Lassée is a French photographer based in Paris. In his series called “Inside Views”, the artist confronts in a disturbing merging plans, the immensity of cities to the privacy of its inhabitants. These scenes lead us from the general to the close, from overall to the small, from the infinitely large to the infinitely small. To discover.
Photographer Matthew Emmett is behind the photo-project Forgotten Heritage : he travels through Europe in the research of abandoned, empty and forgotten architectures and locations. He considers all these industrial sites like hidden vestiges of the architecture, like a heritage to preserve in the same way as ruins.
Chris Tubbs is a French photographer born in London. Over the past 10 years he has traveled in more than 37 countries and start to collect a bunch of desert basketball playground. Entitled “Out of Doors”, the series contains more than 300 photographs, a selection is to discover below.