Shapes, colors and textures can be told as the three elements of her vivid and authentic work, but Barcelona based photographer Olga de la Iglesia has obviously more than that. Combining everyday scenes or objects with a discriminating perspective, she creates vivid and soulful shots of everything, which looks out of a not-yet created arts and fashion magazine.
The one and only thought that makes us survive the rough days of winter is that moment when we can finally lie down on golden sand and let the sun infuse our bones. Just hearing the sound of the sea and the blowing wind. Suddenly the soul leaves the body and we fall asleep. That is exactly when Juliet Taylor captures sleepy sunbathers on beautiful Bondi Beach of Sydney. The talented photographer has been working for this project, named Terra Incognita, for 6 months. Here ‘s the words by Taylor:
Focusing on people rather than places, Ximena Echague’s photographs present such cruel and contradictory still from life that even the most depressing wreck can leave a smile on the onlooker’s face. Chasing after two different Ostends – one in Belgium, one in Argentina – for the frames you’re about to see, the photographer reveals the striking aesthetic behind crushed dreams and lost ideals. It’s up to you to decide whether Ximena’s world is melancholic or reviving.
Black-and-white photographs are usually sad but it’s the opposite for Guido Castagnoli’s photo series. Inspired by Judith Butler, “Bodies that Matter” series reveals the beauty of freedom and being different. Enamored by the LGBTQ+ community in Berlin, Guido collects in his frames not only images but also feelings.
[gallery ids="9175,9176,9177,9178,9179,9180,9181,9182,9183,9184"] The strong brake smell and high-pitched sounds of tires on the road... If these sound familiar, it means you know about Tofaşk – a group of passionate people who devote themselves to modify Tofaşk cars, which were discontinued in the early 2000s. Let us introduce you to Can Görkem Halıcıoğlu and his TOFAŞK series, which documents the lives of these groups and their relationship with cars.
“I wanted to frame the invisibility of humans in the power of nature, which is a deteriorating concept nowadays as every landscape is rapidly being