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A Cosmic Love Session.

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Share This.Today we have the pleasure of featuring yet another brilliant conceptual artist, photographer Phillip Schumacher. The Germany based photographer, who also goes by the name of Pipo, is much like extraordinary talent, Alex Stoddard. His ideas are so far fetched, we can only wonder how he actually pulls most of his works off. We are currently enthralled with his brief series titled, Cosmic Love.

A (Lik)ely Paradise.

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Share This.With Old Man Winter battering the east coast with a copious amount of snow, places with dry weather seem more beautiful and peaceful than ever–or least photographer, Peter Lik, makes them seem that way. Lik’s series of canyons and arches depict the desert as a mystical wonderland of colors and natural architecture. A world renowned landscape photographer, the Aussie shutterbug is entirely self-taught.

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

Sabela Eiriz. | Cuando Me Veo.

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Share This.This self portrait series, Cuando Me Veo, by Sabela Eiriz is hauntingly captivating. Hailing from the humid city of Lugo, the visual artist presents herself in a humble but ethereal light.

(Domestica)ted.

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Share This.The subdued violence and stoic comfort in Maria Baoli‘s latest series, Domestica, creates a unique brand of nostalgia. Each photograph and its subject(s) looks to be frozen in a proverbial resin, shrouded in timelessness.

A Brand New Andrew.

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Share This.Andrew B. Myers is still keeping things ingeniously surreal. His latest series of photos, the Canadian photographer maintains the very same sarcastic quirk and flawless execution that caused us to become enamored with his work in the first place.

James Lakes |x| Christian Thane.

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Share This.Australian artist James Lake recently collaborated with photographer Harrison Thane for a brief series of works that blend Lake’s eccentric color palette and Thane’s portraits of underprivileged children. Lake also teamed up with like-minded artist Leif Podajsky to create MELT, an online art platform exploring artists who make work that reaches beyond themselves.  

Got the Blues?

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Share This.For those of you who have been fortunate enough to experience this powdery winter, Andrey Belkov‘s Winter Blues should be the most relatable work you have seen in months. Blatant winter disdain withstanding, Winter Blues utilizes a far more endearing approach when it comes to coldest time of the year. “In my series Winter Blues, I captured the images that I would like to keep for myself. They stop the rhythm Read More

Plastic Landscapes.

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Share This.Vilde Rolfsen‘s Plastic Bag Landscapes is an ongoing series that plays with perspective. Using plastic bags that she found in the street, the Norwegian photographer employs lights and colored backgrounds to create the illusion of a landscape.