Maria Agustina

Acid Dream may be short, but it’s certainly one of those series that you hope poetic artists like Maria Agustina will pick up again, or at least evolve into another equally intriguing body of work. Kaleidoscopic, mind-boggling, and otherworldly all at once, it’s easy to imagine her trippy technique turning the mundane into something extraordinary.…

Marc-Antoine Léveillé

Inspired by Man Ray, special effects lover and experimenter Marc-Antoine Léveillé, our Hero of the Week, tells us about his work, philosophy, and the poetry in his colorful 35mm photos. Your work with 35mm color film has resulted in you producing a beautiful collection of saturated and tonally rich photographs. What would you say is…

Johann Husser

Landscapes altered by man, deserted cities, everyday objects and people in a self-created environment. Are those real places and people or just dreams? Welcome to the nostalgic world of Johann Husser. Please tell us a little about yourself. Who are you, where are you from, and what do you do? I am Johann Husser, 26…

Adrien Blondel

Adrien Blondel was born and raised in Normandy, France. He graduated with cinematographer degree and now works in the film industry as a grip, director of photography and cameraman. His photography focuses on architecture and landscape, and explores the relationship between people and their environment, the idea of the functionality of our surroundings, and a…

Sebastian Cvitanic

Intimate and sincere – these are undoubtedly the characteristics of portraits he takes. In the digital age, he still often uses film, which gives him the opportunity to fully focus on the model. The intellectual connection he builds with other artists he works with results in inspiration which can easily be seen in his photographs.…

Kathy Akey

Today, New York-based artist Kathy Akey takes us on a remarkable adventure in Svalbard, Norway, a recent journey that allowed her to fulfill a childhood dream of polar expedition. Through an invitation to get onboard The Arctic Circle residency program, she and her companions – a team consisting of both artists and scientists – spent…

Seung Hwan Oh

By choosing “Impermanence” as the title for his ongoing series, South Korean photographer Seung-Hwan Oh cemented its impact on anyone who views this brave and haunting body of work. Once you understand the rationale behind this series, you’ll understand what makes “Impermanence” one of the most compelling statements you’ll ever see in the world of…