For Out Magazine and its 20th anniversary, creative duo Juco founded by Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud, took a series entitled “OUT100″ which gathers black and white portraits representing the 100 most influential celebrities according to the LGBT Community. A long work made in collaboration with photo editor Greg Garry, from July to October.
“Magnum Silentium” is a series by Yohan Terraza, a young French photographer who spent the last six years travelling through Switzerland, New Zealand and France’s mountains. A series on the big silence where the fog erases or magnifies the landscapes, where the man is an explorer and a contemplator of his own interior, to discover.
In the series of timelapses, here is a video dedicated to Eastern Europe and specifically Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. For nearly three minutes, the different point of views offer a stunning visual show with the beautiful colors of the sunset and the city lights twinkling. A video signed Andrew Walker.
It’s in the turquoise waters off the Cabo Pulmo coast, Mexico, during a Diving session that Mika Woyda and her husband, Caine Delacy, have lived the unusual experience to meet a huge school of fish. The couple took advantage of this special moment to blend in with the silver swirl and capture incredible images. To discover.
The talented photographer Vivienne Gucwa gives up us a poetic series of New York lights and colors. Photographs where the charm of the Big Apple changes with the seasons, where neon lights and sunrays illuminate snow-covered streets and parks sprinkled with leaves. To discover in the gallery.
Emma Hack made these superb camouflage stills, working by hand only. We can discern naked body painted that perfectly match with the backgrounds patterns. Models are also accompanied by a bird such as a peacock, an owl or a raven perched on their hands. A long-term job, difficult to implement, that the artist has finally achieved brilliantly. To discover.
Here is a series of animated photographs made by Julien Douvier. All come from an observation, the routine. The same route everyday. Wake up at the same time, through the same streets, walk on the same sidewalk. The artist wanted to find a visual way to represent this phenomeon. To discover.
English artist Cig Harvey took two brilliant series entitled “You look at me like an emergency” and “Gardening at Night” (published at Schilt Publishing in 2015). By romantic themes filled by delicatessen, she explores the familial life, home, nature and time through portraits and everyday scenes.
Duo artists Joschi Herczeg and Daniele Kaehr are the authors of the series “Explosions”. By using a complex pyrotechny, they have smartly connected their cameras to a made-to-measure detonator able to create a tiny explosion, in order to capture the explosion at the very right moment. A series of images where chaos is in fact an ephemeral and unreal creation, to discover in images.
We have frequently spoken about this artist, here is the new series by French photographer Sacha Goldberger called Super Flemish. The idea : crossed superhero, Flemish painting and fashion of the Elizabethan era. From Batman to Superman through characters from the Star Wars, to discover.
In the style of Tomas Januska , German photographer Julia Christe captured the funny postures of dogs jumping in the air. With playful vision, the artist photographed different types of dogs like small and large, slender or very hairy. A surprising series to discover in the following.