Urban exploration is a project from Jared Lim form Singapore. He looks for patterns in architecture while travelling. Lim has a fantastic eye for architecture and beyond. The photos tend to look fake because of the extraordinary perfection. But if you look close enough, there are wrinkles in every pattern. Have a look at more of his work on his website.
The silence of the world, like a quotation, is suddenly endowed with an oppressive eloquence. Small intrusions are the true sparks here, because their disconcerting presence disrupts the majestic calm of the streets and squares. Are you guilty or a victim? The fate that governs these shots in a tangible way is not the result of decisions taken by metaphysical powers, but stems uniquely from the imagination of the two creators of these photos
No monuments while travelling is series of photographs collected at locations that are in some way associated with traveling. From the road itself to small rooms of hotels. They visualize the opposite of typical tourist photos and question them. We are used to see smiling faces, monuments and spots from the trip. This series by Mario Pucic does not offer the standard information about our status, location or ourselves.
The photography by Philipp Lohöfener has a somewhat awkward silence over it. The images are so still, that it looks as if the scene hasn’t been touched for years.
Matthias Heiderich is a young and self-taught Berlin-based photographer known for stunning work, which is heavily influenced by architecture, graphic design, colour and the urban landscape. He often explores the complexities of colour in minimalist architecture, in a style that is unique and extremely distinctive. Matthias brings out a new and aesthetically wondrous side from Berlin.
Our friends at Present Plus released an astonishing new project. In ‘The Gold of the Andes’ they show the search of the finest material found in the Andes. They were invited by Danish fashion label The Inoue Brothers to find out if this fine material from Peru matches their responsible production measures.
La Grande Epicerie de Paris, the luxury comestibles boutique in the famous Le Bon Marché department store, offers a fresh look on everyday fruits and vegetables. Florent Tanet from Paris proves he has quite the eye for details.
The ominous series, entitled ‘Nameless,’ features pastel hued rooms with inanimate objects coming alive as they float up off the ground and around the unoccupied spaces. The pictures seem to tell a story, one features a dog on a leash who looks scared as he floats up off the ground and looks round the corner; another shows us an abandoned room where the pattern of the floral wallpaper starts fragmenting and floating around the room.
Carsten Witte from Hamburg, Germany has made some interesting photos between Central park and the financial district in New York. The funny thing is, it’s not really obvious what you see in some reflections. An incredibly smart view on architecture!
Flying houses is a personal project from Paris-based photographer Laurent Chehere. He loves to travel and tries to show architecture in a different perspective. Laurent took these shots all around the world before manipulating them on his computer. This series is about how houses can look being pulled out of their usual context. He could possibly be inspired by the animation movie ‘Up’.
Martin Wunderwald is a photographer from Dresden, Germany. He has an eye for still, slightly bizarre compositions. And if you have a good look, the colors fit in the same color palette.
Spanish art director Pol Ubeda made this series over a little identity crisis he had. “My shadow is there but I erased myself because I don´t know who I am any longer. The shoes remain only to make sure there is something more than… a shadow.”