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  • Art. photography For Example: Cristiana Costin


    Cristiana Costin


    The project is a personal one, I did it for myself and from the bottom of my heart and it started out as a game in which I tried to combine those old-school features of analog 35 mm photography with the new digital vibe, the minimal stroke, the line, the pure colour. I used this rule in order to create a powerful contrast between the old and the new, between a realistic view of the reality ( the photography ) and a minimal, iconic one ( the illustration ).

    All photography by Cristiana Costin
  • Art. photography For Example: Sophie Barbasch


    Sophie Barbasch


    Fault Line is a project I am doing in the small coastal town of Brooklin, Maine. The protagonist is my younger cousin Adam, who lives there. I also photograph my brother, father, and other cousins. I chose the title because a fault line alludes to where the earth splits in an earthquake (a metaphor for a divided family with a complicated history) and also alludes to fault, or blame (I wonder, how does a family support each other, even when things aren't perfect?) My goal is to show the weight we all carry and how we are both connected and isolated from each other.

    All photography by Sophie Barbasch
  • Art. photography For Example: Marija Vidovic


    Marija Vidovic


    I’m sitting on a hill with my Ecuadorian friends. We are looking down at the city of Quito. The sun is shining bright. They say that their ancestors worshiped the sun. They called it Inti. It's the same sun, but everything is new for me.

    This was my first trip to Ecuador. The first step into South America.

    I wandered around.

    I talked to people. I made friends. I saw the flow of everyday life.

    I thought, how these people can live calmly, under an active volcano.

    The Andes and the Pacific Ocean - amazed me.

    Landscapes, cultures, traditions, people...

    I was only more curious when I left.

    All photography by Marija Vidovic
  • Art. photography For Example: Nasos Karabelas


    Nasos Karabelas


    I was born in Ileia, Greece. I’ve been involved with the cinema and have produced two short films and one feature film, which took part in festivals, in Greece and abroad. I started dealing with photography the last four years. I’m self taught and the kind of photography I’ve been dealing with, is experimental photography and in particular the possibilities of deformation of the human body. Abstract photography is photographic style that attempts to escape from what we traditionally know as photography and to turn towards to other mediums of art such as painting. The alienated body and fuzzy features of the engravings of the matter reflects the ambiguous and unstable emotions and thoughts that constitute that subject.

    All photography by Nasos Karabelas
  • Art. photography For Example: Alessandro Falchi


    Alessandro Falchi


    This is an old pier of boats, abandoned in the city of Syracuse, Sicily. The charm of this place is given by the tranquility and closeness of the sea.

    All photography by Alessandro Falchi
  • Art. photography For Example: Natasha Cantwell


    Natasha Cantwell


    The Living Dead explores the concept of the uncanny and how photography can be utilised to create the unsettling feeling of experiencing the familiar and strange all at once. This body of work specifically looks at how the uncanny permeates anything that is simultaneously its opposite, such as the living and non-living or the real and unreal. It is an enquiry into photography's association with representation, simulation and the real. This project examines photography’s uncanny relationship with preservation and death, particularly how photographs archive and preserve their subjects in image-form but also serve as a reminder of the decay and destruction that occurs after the photograph has been taken.

    All photography by Natasha Cantwell
  • Art. photography For Example: Sofía Mercedes


    Sofía Mercedes


    In the hot and humid Caribbean climate of the island of Cuba I observe, connect, and capture still visions of lives, traditions, and objects from a country that is not so distant from mine.

    All photography by Sofía Mercedes
  • Art. photography For Example: Ben Gowertt


    Ben Gowertt


    I love photographing and also visual arts. Since 3 years I have been focusing more on places without people, where you can perceive a calm mood. I love to discover something special in simple inconspicuous things!

    All photography by Ben Gowertt
  • Art. photography For Example: Celeste Ortiz


    Celeste Ortiz


    In this series I tried to see at the body closely in an abstract way, looking for the geometry of lines and curves formed by skin, color, shadow and light.

    All photography by Celeste Ortiz
  • Art. photography For Example: Emma Sywyj


    Emma Sywyj


    My work aims to capture and show life at it’s most vibrant & exciting, to encourage people to see the intricacies, beauty and beyond the everyday. My work is often centered around environment and cultural identity, celebrating culture in all its varied forms all over the world and encouraging viewers to feel awe and joy in the travelers quests and the rewards that experiencing other cultures can bring whilst developing my own cultural and gender identity through photography.

    All photography by Emma Sywyj
  • Art. photography For Example: Federico Cannata


    Federico Cannata


    'The authenticity of a trip is not to be measured by the architectural beauty you admire, the food you eat or rediscover traditions, but the people you meet.'

    All photography by Federico Cannata
  • Art. photography For Example: Giacomo Fierro


    Giacomo Fierro


    The 'Symptoms' series is the second chapter of my 'Ataraxia' project. 'Ataraxia' starts from the need to describe the evolution of my relationship with my hometown and becomes, with time, a broader investigation into the bond between people and the places in which they live.

    It isn't a classic work on the urban landscape, but I used the urban environment to recreate the feelings experienced on an inner level.

    All photography by Giacomo Fierro
  • Art. photography For Example: Cecilia Riis Kjeldsen


    Cecilia Riis Kjeldsen


    'We can talk some other time' is a story about an emotional distance between a father and a son. Just three weeks before my boyfriend and I met he lost his father to a sudden death after years of hardly speaking.

    His father left boxes with hundreds of film rolls, plain tickets, notebooks model car – and airplanes. For each image scanned I got to know his father a bit more by each time.

    In no narrative order the series show bits and pieces of their life, bringing it all in as one big puzzle that never really seems to finish.

    All photography by Cecilia Riis Kjeldsen
  • Art. photography For Example: Audrey Molloy


    Audrey Molloy


    Audrey Molloy is a writer, photographer, and performance artist. Interested in the limitations and constructs that contemporary photography presents psychologically and formally, her work engages ideas of medium specificity, digital fallacy, and postmodern narratives.

    Employing short prose as image equivalencies, digital 'flatness' as a stylistic motif, and reductive digital editing in her work, she constructs hyper-realized environments that explore psychological and physical estrangement in an internet-related society.

    All photography by Audrey Molloy


    Art, photography Akkara Naktamna

    Akkara Naktamna



    Art, photography Dana Stirling

    Dana Stirling



    Art, photography eka sharashidze

    eka sharashidze



    Art, photography Luca Tombolini

    Luca Tombolini



    Art, photography 'Window' by Nick Sellek

    'Window' by Nick Sellek



    Art, photography paddelproduction




    Art, photography Marco Fava

    Marco Fava



    Art, photography quincy scott

    quincy scott