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An Overview of 1983.

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Share This.Owen Perry‘s trip to Chile yields yet another amazing addition to an already awe inspiring body of work. Owen, who operates under the creative umbrella Circa 1983, is a young, talented photographer with a proclivity for shooting majestic landscapes. Owen’s recent December travels includes Santiago, Mano del Desierto, and Valle del la Luna, but we also included some shots from his trip to British Columbia.

Dillon Marsh. | For What It’s Worth.

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Share This.Africa is a land that is not only rich in culture, but also rich in valuable minerals and precious metals–and because the latter is no secret, Africa has been spent the last couple of centuries being carved up and mined for its natural treasures. Photographer Dillon Marsh captures this concept quite wonderfully in his series, For What It’s Worth. Combining photography with CGI imagery, Marsh creates an almost infographic visualization of Read More

Utopian Scraps.

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Share This.Photographer Julien Mauve captures portraits of decaying progress in his series, What’s Left of Utopia. The series features desolate urban landscapes swamped by fog. The urban landscapes, adorned with stoic, inorganic structures look to be embattled with an impeding nature that seeks to reclaim its rightful territory.

An Imprint of Home.

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Share This.Taking place in the city of Toronto, Living Sections is an ongoing series by Paul Kawai that focuses the architectural progress of a densely populated city. Capturing the imprints of demolished houses, Living Sections visualization of a lasting impression. “When a building comes down in a dense city, what usually remains is a sort of tattoo or scar on the remaining surrounding structures. I have heard these referred to as “Living Read More

Level to This.

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Share This.Japanese artist Naho Kubota presents us with an abstract series that manipulates light. Light Levels is an intriguingly stoic project and explores how light can change one’s conceptual perspective.

Rute André | Desnudo Intervido.

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Share This.Spanish artist Rute André builds a living dictionary in her latest series, Desnudo Intervido. Roughly translated to Naked Intervened, the series is an honest portrait of the female form made less taboo by the pragmatic presence of words.

Afghan Tales at Munch Gallery.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch stopped by Munch Gallery for the opening reception of Afghan Tales. Receiving a special Facebook mention from Afghani author Khaled Hosseini, the exhibition did not disappoint. Afghan Tales features a selection of photographs by 30 Afghani photographers documenting life in Afghanistan. The exhibition offers a window into a storied nation that is recovering from a war torn past. Afghan Tales will be on display through April 20th. Be sure to stop Read More

Leif Podhajsky. | Abstract Canapé.

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Share This.Abstract Canapé by Leif Podhajsky is a series of trippy reworkings of a photograph originally taken by Juergen Teller. Podhajsky takes much artistic license, cloning the photograph into a compilation of surreal portraits. Podhajsky also recently created artwork for Kelis’ single, “Jerk Ribs,” and her upcoming album, Food. Aside for his stellar personal work, Podhajsky is said to have the ‘most unforgettable album cover portfolio of the last few years.’

Escape from New York City.

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Share This.Young photographer Megan Tatem captures loneliness in a densely populated city in her latest series, Being and Nothingness. Blanketed in a coat of jaded youth, Being and Nothingness is an autobiographical body of work that quietly resonates within a generational paradigm. “Being and Nothingness is a series of fragmented photographs depicting the void, melancholy, and loneliness of living a life in New York City for far too long. Unbeknownst to me, I shot Read More

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.