Skeletons in the closet – A photo project in the Museum of Natural History Vienna by Klaus Pichler. “It all started when I happened to catch a glimpse through a basement window of the museum of natural history one night: an office with a desk, a computer, shelves and a stuffed antelope. (…)
The coincidently coordinated people of New York is playing along well with my conception of the city. All very strangely synchronized. (…)
Lukasz Wierzbowski is one of my good old flickr favorites. It almost seems like he is living in his own photographic world of vibrant colors and charming girls. (…)
Mister Adams pictures want me to take the next flight to Los Angeles, grab a beer, eat some burgers and skate with Armin into the Californian sunset.
Garrett Faber from Pennsylvania is 24 and loves to shoot in the snow.
Daniel Schreiber is a musician who plays together with the Waxolutionists and Vera Böhnisch. While on the road he snaps his extravagant lifestyle and of course also his beautiful girlfriend. (…)
Osma Harvilahti, from Helsinki, has got some great snapshots. (…)
Alex Prager was born in Los Angeles in 1979. She was raised by her grandmother in a small apartment in the suburb of Los Feliz. Prager’s interest in art began in her adolescence, but it was in her early twenties that she began to focus on photography after being inspired by the work of William Eggleston. (…)
In 1975, when Hugh Holland first began photographing the skateboarders in southern California, he had already been living in Los Angeles for nine years. His interest in photography had developed in the mid-sixties as a 20-year-old living in his native state of Oklahoma. (…)
Designer and photographer Emil Hartvig from Copenhagen, Denmark. (…)
Work by Swedish fashion photographer Marcus Palmqvist. (…)
Plátōn/Plato, (Carl) Platon, Platonov! Nice photography series by this mysterious flickr user. (…)
Ingo Pertramer just launched his book “Arbeit” with many portraits of famous Austrian people.
Reuben Cox was born in North Carolina and studied the science of mathematic before he began to work as photographer.
Julia Fullerton-Batten is rapidly developing a reputation as one of the leading young photographers in the UK. (…)
Kimiko Yoshida is here again with yet another bunch of new self-portraits. She really is incredible. (…)
Philip Cheung is a photographer currently based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Philip relocated to the Middle East in 2007 and has worked extensively in the region on commissioned and self-initiated projects. (…)
Josef Schulz. This man is literally obsessed with shapes. (…)