MARIA KAZVAN

Her seamless mix of playful portraiture to her more surrealist works has always captivated us here at Whattaroll. Timeless color photographs reminiscent of lost summers laughing with friends, juxtaposed with moments of reflection and painful isolation. Masterfully interweaving both comfort and discomfort in her work, you’d understand why we have chosen Maria as our Hero…

Amanda Mason

Amanda Mason’s wonderfully fantastical and dreamlike images have been featured in a number of exhibitions and magazines and have already garnered her a great deal of attention and admiration from the analogue community. Now, it’s time to get to know the photographer (and her quirks) behind the images. Truth: What’s the most random thing you…

Kathmandu

WANDERLUST To the travellers, wandering souls, and free spirits; to the girl who lets the wind sweep her off her feet and take her to lands different from her own; to the man with the heavy pack on his back and weary shoes on his feet; to tourists, drifters, perpetual nomads; and you who just…

Whattaroll Magazine Issue2 Twisted

Twisted. What does it mean? Everything! It means everything that it does mean and anything that it could mean. What does the dictionary say about the word “twisted”? Does it really matter? It all depends on the type of logic we assume. Everything that differs from this logic will also be twisted. It will have…

Okinawa

Wunderlust In collaboration with Parallel Planets, we created this special series called Wanderlust. In it, we traverse the corners of the world through a film photographer ’s emulsions and emotions. In it, we aim to quench our lust for wandering, to visualize a window into another planet, and to fuel our desires with wonderment. Okinawa…

TWISTED

“What would you do if you could do anything?” As creatives, we are the freethinkers of our generation. We search for new ideas, new techniques, new challenges; and they all take guts and elements of disregard. We strive, we fight to push our craft in ways people cannot or won’t allow themselves to understand. We…

ELISABETH DARE

There’s a general feeling of gentleness and carefreeness in Elisabeth Dare’s works, which clearly reflect her emotions and poetic thoughts straight and true. Her subjects ranging from girls with hair dancing in the wind to lovers that pledge their love to each other, from relics from a distant past to charming everyday things, there are…

CHRIS POPPOS

Photographer Chris Jeth’s work with black and white film is TWISTED personified. He isn’t afraid to push boundaries. In fact, he just dances over them with reckless abandon; his gritty, bizarre, and wanton photographs demanding attention and challenging their viewers to open their minds to what has been deemed taboo by mainstream society. This is…

MIKAH MANANSALA

Many of you may be familiar with this week’s Hero of the Day and his stunning work with film as he was once a household name in the Lomography community. But time has passed and so has Parisian photographer Mikah Manansala evolved from a Lomographer to one of the most promising portrait photographers today. He’s…