Circle

Thoughtful and questioning in nature, today’s photo story is presented by the wonderful Maria Kazvan from Lviv, Ukraine. Carefully juxtaposing the glorious landscapes of her hometown with her gentle yet powerful portraiture, she creates an astonishingly timeless and meaningful story about our relationship with the natural world. Asked to describe her work, Maria tells us:…

Lost At Sea

Shot by our great friend and gifted collaborator, Mark Ivkovic, today’s installment of Whattatheater is taken from the pages of our latest Motion issue. Cementing together this visual tale of love and loss are verses from one of our editors, inspired by his moving portraits that convey beauty and sorrow. Join us as we delve…

Green Eyes

Quiet and composed, today we feature a wonderfully captivating picture set by our great friend and wonderful artist Siegrid Cain. Be mesmerized as she skillfully weaves a heartfelt and intimate tale of two lovers through a mix of Kodak Portra 400 and Ilford HP5 films. Siegrid Cain is a lifestyle photographer based in Austria with…

The Hours of Rabbit

Analogue photographs sometimes become a vehicle for storytelling. Here, in this issue, it’s Suji Park’s delicate and poetic images that are the guiding thread for a story that she herself has crafted. Softly step into this small world she’s created and observe from a quiet corner the magic that’s about to happen. An analogue photographer…