Last weekend was held the 17th edition of the Coachella Festival 2015. The first weekend lived up to its promises and went on stage artists such as Drake, The Weeknd or ACDC. J-5 before the event start again but in the meantime here’s a selection of the best images found on the web.
Sarah Lawrie is a Canadian photographer living in Toronto. Throughout her childhood and teenage years she had a great love and curiosity for photography but it wasn’t until the death of her parents and several events following that her passion grew. Through photography she aim to discover herself and the world around her.
Zahariz is an adventurer and Malaysian filmmaker who is currently traveling around the world, spending most of the time on a bike while making the film of his journey. The man has fully adopted the nomadic way of life and traveled almost 400km in the mountainous regions of Kyrgyzstan.
Thanks to the Reddit community “Colorized History”, people have shared famous historical black and white pictures that have been colorized by talented retouchers and photographers such as Andreas Larsson, Dana Keller, Jordan J Lloyd, Mads Madsen, Paul Edwards and Sanna Dullaway. A good way to bring colors to the past, to discover.
Alexandre Deschaumes is a French self-taught photographer based in the Alps. In 2002, the artist began to wander aimlessly in the surrounding forests and begins to learn photography. In 2009, he started to propose internships and conferences around the dreamy and evocative vision of nature.
Alvaro Dominguez is a spanish illustrator and graphic designer based in Barcelona. The artist revisits everyday objects he turns into pictures in a extremely playful and creative way. The digital work of Alvaro are primarily published to illustrate editorial projects such as Fast Company, The New York Times or Adweek.
Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman. He worked as a deckhand in Alaska since 1995, spent seven years of his life aboard a fishing vessel crab in the Bering Sea and is now captain of a salmon fishing operation to wild sockeye Graveyard Point. His fisherman’s life naturally became his photographer’s work and he is documenting the commercial fishing lifestyle worldwide through his ongoing Fish-Work series.
Sylve Colless is an Australian photographer based in Sydney. After graduation, the artist began to assist Sydney’s most highly regarded photographers then continues his personal work simultaneously with a commercial and artistic eye. In two exhibitions, respectively entitled HARMONIA and AN(IM)A, she presented a series of women’s portraits whose bodies seem to merge with the aqueous material.