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Jarring.

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Share This.Photographer Lissy Elle Laricchia makes a whimsical fair out of mason jars. Maybe our memory escapes us but Laricchia’s luminous display is really the first of its kind that we’ve seen. It’s captivating and oddly original.

To Be Young. | #AshleyKeeler #photography

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Share This.Up until now, Kendall Bouchlas was youngest talent that we have ever had the pleasure of featuring. We say “up until now” because we recently became acquainted with the work of 13-year-old Ashley Keeler. The young photog has barely gotten her feet wet, but has already made a grand splash in our eyes. Contrary to our accolades, Keeler’s work is not the focus here–it is her potential that we love. Read More

A Test of Reciprocity.

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Share This.Croatian artist, Slobodan Stosic, explores the issues of trust and mutual confidence in the series, Stopping. Here are the artist’s exact words: “Tela se održavaju, zavise jedno od drugog i nadopunjuju se. Odnos se sastoji od međusobnog poverenja, disanja i statičnosti. Apstrakovan prikaz poljubca i uzajamnosti.” “The bodies are being held, depend on each other and complement each other. The relationship consists of mutual confidence, breathing and static. Apstrakovan show kiss Read More

Preparing for Re-Entry.

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Share This.It is truly a small world after all. Today we were going to feature this insanely dope photo by conceptual artist Brian Oldham and in the process of exploring his work, we also found out that he is friends with another celebrated artist named Alex Stoddard. For those of you who may not remember, we had the pleasure of interviewing Stoddard in the early fall of 2012–but enough six degrees of separation, Read More

Hanging in the Balance.

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Share This.Life Swings Both Ways, a series by Sebastian Errazuriz, is all too short but still resonates with its audience. Gathering from the title, the series is addressing the likelihood of misfortune and the danger of probability.

A Ripping Good Time.

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Share This.Michal Macku‘s Gellages are a series of fragile and tormented portraits that make us squirm in our seats. There is an uneasy appeal to Macku’s work. There is no springtime, just barren winter. The emotions present in Macku’s pieces pull at you with unyielding strength, forcing you to commit them to memory.

Face It.

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Share This.Photographer, Joana Sorino, knows how to convey a message. The young artist is a conceptual genius, tackling various life issues through her work. Only 18 years old, Sorino is already showing some major potential.

The Lemieux Effect.

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Share This.Photography in motion can be a powerful a thing. It can be revitalizing; an invigorating experience that leaves the soul restless. After you’ve seen enough photographs, you quickly realize that very few photographers can bring that effect. Boston photographer Diana Lemieux is skilled at bringing life to what is still. Her photography is poetry in motion; a song rendered stagnant in the night air; a winged entity stopped in mid-flight. Although Read More