After 40 years of career, famous American photographer Mary Ellen Mark passed away last monday at the edge of 75. After many and moving tributes, Fubiz has selected in its turn some of iconic photographs made by this major figure of photography.
Kindra Nikole is a Seattle-based photographer who creates fantastical sceneries in nature. She draws her inspiration through Hayao Miyazaki’s animated movies or J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels and works with talented artists to design all the costumes of her projects. She expresses her creativity through magical photographs, glowing and dark settings.
Kirigami paper artist Marc Hagan-Guirey, recreated, in his “Cut Scenes” collection, some famous Star Wars movies scenes in the forme of mini and 3D paper sculptures. Colored and monochromatic lighting of his work reflects its meticulousness and complexity. Through a successful crowdfunding campaign, an exhibition is scheduled this summer. An original way to rediscover these classics.
Julien Coquentin is the author of the series “The Dead Zone” that stages a floating black cube in the middle of the French countryside’s landscapes. Inspired by the graphic novel « La Fièvre d’Urbicande » by Schuiten & Peeters, he considers the cube as a black box, a black room that encloses his childhood, a dead zone of his memories that levitates in places haunted by his past.
Three friends decided to travel across famous movies and TV series shooting places, integrating with a tablet some scenes that was filmed there and posting the result on their blog. “Forest Gump”, “The Avengers”, “Game of Thrones” or “Sherlock” are stage in its scenery. The precision of the work gives a new way to appreciate these movies and series.
In his collection entitled “Time Out”, photographer Ty Foster immortalized expressions and attitudes of our four-legged friends enduring the unpleasant ordeal of the cone. Sad glance, sidelong glance, envious glance, imprisonment feeling, desire to return to freedom, all emotions are photographed. A sweet collection.