Rachel Jump

Our latest Hero of the Week presents photographs strongly marked by the past, showing us how strongly childhood memories and experiences often influence a photographer. Rachel Jump herself described the intimacy of work for us: “For most of my childhood our lives were scattered over countless households. My disparate memories of these places merely composed…

Anna Marcell

  In the beautiful photographs by Anna Marcell, our Hero of the Week, she puts emphasis not only on her models, but also on the context she presents them with. She surrounds human figures with nature and shrouds them with the otherworldy effect that is achieved by using Polaroids. Join us in slipping into a…

Miky Arsenjev

From the very beginning, Polaroids have been used not only for documenting school trips and crazy events. The uniqueness of the image created by what came to be called instant film was immediately appreciated by the masters of portraiture. Today, this beautiful trend in photography is continued by Miky Arsenjev from Prague, Czech Republic. His…

Mariana Dias

  Our Hero of the Week is Mariana Dias, also known as Azuruu, whose photographs are characterized by internal peace and quiet that also affect the observer. Spontaneous and sincere, Marian creates moody images of women’s feelings, revealing to us the recesses of the female psyche. Take a look, and you will see that her…

Hadar Ariel Magar

Born and raised in Israel, our Hero of the Week will impress you today with the intimacy exposed by her photographs. Capturing intimacy is a challenging art but not for our Hero of the Week. On her photos, there’s a paradox wherein we see what the models are trying to hide. Seemingly taken directly from…

Simone Carollo

Film photography attracts us because it gives us a wide range of emotions that we connect with during the whole process. Its tangible aspect can be one of the ways we have to extend this connection and we can’t deny we’re drawn to it. Today, we want you to meet an Instant Photography master. Mostly…

Jake Casapao

If you’ve been reading us for a while now, you may remember that the topic of our second issue was Twisted. The playful side of turning logic upside down and beating our guts has always caught our attention. This why we have been in love with the works of Jake Casapao since we came across…

Dara Scully

Say, you’re browsing the Internet. You might be expressly looking for inspiration or just relaxing your mind a little bit before going to sleep. It’s 2 a.m. and your heart suddenly skips a beat. You just witnessed a little piece of an intimate art where the animalistic feeling is so raw, so powerful yet delicate,…

Glashier

Looking for good storytellers is something we pursue at Whattaroll. We are always after artists who are capable of having you immersed in a scene they’ve created and wanting to see what’s coming next. Today, we bring you, all the way from UK, a photographer who has made a delightful creative career from just observing…

Jeffrey McKee

For our latest Hero of the Week feature, we shine the spotlight on Kansas-based film photographer and graphic designer Jeffrey McKee. Mostly inspired by ideas and the interesting people who have become part of his life, his simple yet sentimental portraits show how his desire to keep things “natural and fluid” fuel his drive for…