Steam is a photography project from British David Ryle. You may know him from the previously featured Space Project. His quiet, minimalistic and surreal style can very much be recognized in the Steam series. The portraits look slightly surreal because of the colours and steam effect.
Richard Silver, a photographer from New York, shows churches in a surprising panoramic perspective. The vertical panorama reaches from the entrance until the altar. The impressive ceilings come out really strong in these pictures. Next time you’re in a church, look up!
‘West’ is one of Björn Árnason’s great series all shot in Iceland but totally different to each other. This series was done in January in a small part of Vestfirðir in Iceland over 3 or 4 days. In his words: ‘When everything is covered in snow, everything is so clean and peaceful and I really like that atmosphere’.
Waterscapes is a photography project by Hungarian photgrapher/graphic designer Akos Major. With Waterscapes, he captured some very quiet surroundings with water. Despite the emptiness, there is one object in every picture which draws the attention. More of his beautiful work can be found oh the website.
Google. It´s getting harder and harder to grasp the actual size of the company. The amount of technology going behind the ´simple´ search engine is huge. Not to mention all the services next to the search function. For the first time, Google opened a lot of doors. Enjoy a look into their world full of computers, servers and luckily, people.
Nick Frank managed to capture the subway of Munich in a very minimalistic fashion. The places look very surreal without any travelling passengers. Nick Frank (who lives in Munich) has a great eye for shooting everyday surroundings, and making them look movie-like. Make sure to check out his other work, it’s all in a very nice minimalistic style.
The Space Coast, is a selection of images taken on the East coast of Florida during the lead up to the launch of space shuttle Atlantis. Ryle explores the notion of space and the human relationship with our surroundings, and often is drawn to the idea of nothingness, shooting the redundant space between two territories.
Moneyless creates the next level of what the Spanish La Pluma Eléctri*k street art crew calls Spider Tags: Two and three dimensional abstract installations made of cotton threads combined with geometrical paintings. The results are often impressing, especially when the installations look like wafting through the air. Moneyless is based in Straussburg, Germany.
Julián Cánovas-Yañez is a multidisciplinary and complete artist. He is, at the same time, film director, sculptor, painter, photographer and writer. Julian suggested time ago the idea of doing a portrait of him that could describe his capacity of creating and his constant search to understand his body and spirit. All these made Alejandro Maestre think about his work and helped him to develop the idea of this work. Therefore, with this photograph series he intend to show an artist fighting to get to know and shape himself and turn into a better human being.
Simon Davidson’s Bonneville photo series captures high-speed junkies from all over the world descending with their souped-up engines on a sprawling 5-mile course in Utah’s 36,650 acre dry salt lake for the 64th annual Bonneville SpeedWeek. ‘Over the last hundred years, there have been more land speed records set on Bonneville’s Salt Flats than anywhere else in the world,’ says the car-enthusiast photographer. For non car-enthusiasts, it just looks like they’re racing on the moon.
A quick glance at these towers of light, and you might not make out what they are. Photographer Branislav Kropilak has captured a series of fifteen billboard towers at night, showing how something normally seen as ugly can be beautiful from the right perspective. Kropilak’s Billboards are glowing, almost alien towers standing symmetrical in the night.
Corolla is a study on the texture and form of flowers, rather than its colors. Daniel Seung Lee tried to get the viewer’s focus on something else than colours by making it all black on black. The talented young photographer from LA shows a certain intelligence in his work. He forces the viewer to take on a new perspective to their day-to-day surroundings.