Lasting Statement

With the design help of Timoni WestAndy Smith has created a poignant website called Lasting Statement that presents the final statements and some images of theh “men and women who have been executed by the state of Texas since 1982.” (…)


At Night by Jean-Michael Seminaro

A few weeks ago I was sent a bunch of publications by Pogo Books to review. I first knew about this German independent publisher a couple of years ago, when they added me on Flickr. Since then, I’ve been (…)


Adam Revington

Give it up for young photographer Adam Revington, born in 1990, living and working in Toronto. My glass orb says his future will have something to do with next level shiet analogue style. (…)


Laura Austin

A while ago I stumbled across a number of lovely of photographs taken by photographer Laura Austin. I decided to get in touch with her as I sensed there was way more to it than just beautiful photographs taken along the road. (…)


A Book of Beards

A Book of Beards, by Justin James Muir, is a rather extensive selection of impressive containing 86 beards, 125 pages and 18 written contributions. Mike Cummings says the following about the book: (…)


Zine Review: Rue by Michael J DeMeo

Michael J DeMeo is a photographer and the editor of photography zine No Thoughts. Michael sent me last week a copy of Rue, his latest photo book. “This is story about my friend… this is a story about addiction”, that’s how Michael describes the images contained in Rue. (…)


Aaron Webber

This is 23 year old Photographer Aaron Webber, currently living in Perth of Western Australia – the most isolated city in the world. Aaron tells us about his interest in real life which started emerging after an accident in 2008 causing a broken spine. (…)

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Ben Huff

Featured interview with Photographer Ben Huff from Iowa currently living in Juneau, Alaska. (…)



I’d say this is rather brilliant. “In 1964, a Zambian grade-school science teacher single-handedly, and unilaterally, created a space program for his country. The program involved rolling aspiring astronauts down a hill in (…)


Sasha Kurmaz

To artist and photographer Sasha Kurmaz, based in capital of Ukraine Kiev, it seems to be all about making dead simple yet sometimes provocative pieces of art. This while chasing beautiful women around town. Oh, and did I mention? Sasha was born in Chernobyl -86. (…)



Worlds cheapest digital camera made out of one piece folded cardboard, a single circuit board for all electronics, camera sensor and integrated USB connector. The cardboard enclosure is secured by two plastic screws. (…)

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Geordie Wood

Featured interview with a to the wesome Brooklyn-based photographer Geordie Wood. (…)


Nick Ballon

Nick is an observer par excellence. With an underlying, yet gently satirical sense of humour, his documentary photography is as carefully considered as he is as a person. His portraits are wonderfully to the (…)


Randy P. Martin

It almost felt weird when I realized we actually haven’t featured photographer Randy P. Martin before. This is what he says about his snapshots: (…)


John Crawford

Auckland based John Crawford is one of New Zealand’s best known photographers. His portfolio of commissioned and uncommissioned works is diverse in subject matter and mood, yet unmistakeable in its use of light and (…)

Turkey; Antalya; Lara Beach; World of Wonders, Kremlin Palace; Animator dressed as Superman

Reiner Riedler

Photographer Reiner Riedler born in Gmunden, Austria. ”When wishes are out of reach, simulation is taking over our leisure time and our holidays. Imaginary worlds are created, often under massive technological exertion, in order to offer us experience (…)

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Nathalie Daoust

Nathalie Daoust’s latest project, Tokyo Hotel Story, continues her exploration of female sexuality and subversion of gender stereotypes. Spending several months in the Alpha In, one of the biggest S&M “love hotels” in Japan. (…)

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Jim Sanborn

These photos are from Jim Sanborn‘s “The Topographic Projections and Implied Geometries Series”. They are long exposures photographs of enormous light projections. Very impressive work. (…)

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George Georgiou

Photographer George Georgiou about himself: ”I have photographed extensively in the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Turkey for the last decade, living and working in Serbia, Greece and for nearly five years in Istanbul. (…)

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Jennifer Juniper Stratford

Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a photographer and video artist struggling daily in her love/hate relationship with the movie making industry that is explored through photographic series and the production of cult movies. Rather than rely on the latest technological advancements, (…)