Browsing All posts tagged under »Nature«

One little house – Manuel Cosentino

September 19, 2014


The power of simplicity - Manuel Cosentino

Simply Black & White – Benoit Courti

September 1, 2014


Fascinating results, simple subjects, the black and white photography of Benoit Courti

Vanishing Act – Art Wolfe

September 22, 2013


Does anyone else remember reading, ‘Where’s Wally’? If so then you’re gonna have a blast with Art Wolfe’s series titled, ‘Vanishing Act’. Using really brilliant composition and angling Wolfe manages to achieve a sense of invisibility amongst the trees and bushes and disguised within them are animals found in their habitats. A Seattle-based photographer,  his […]

Bodyscapes – Jean Paul Bourdier

January 29, 2013


For the landscapes lovers… I mean the body lovers… I mean… Ah heck this is something for everyone really, just to mix up your day a little bit! California based photographer Jean Paul Bourdier, creates mysterious photographs which depict the nude body hidden hauntingly amongst the colours of the land that engulfs his subjects. Something […]

Britishness – Folkestone, Sussex & London Visit

August 11, 2012


Recently I returned home for the summer, first to Folkestone to my Dad and then to Sussex to my mum, each destination for a week each. This gave me a really fantastic chance to see the extensive patriotic behaviour of britishness spread across the south of the UK (having already seen how said behaviour has […]

INTERVIEW – Nicolas Evariste

April 16, 2012


Firstly I would like to thank you for taking the time to answer these questions What inspired you to practice the medium of photography?  I started photography in 2006. I was quickly attracted by black and white, duotone and square format. I’m self-taught, I have not received a photography education. But, graphic designer by trade, […]

Chris Jordan: ‘In Katrina’s Wake’

April 12, 2012


“Chris Jordan is an internationally acclaimed artist and cultural activist based in Seattle. His work explores contemporary mass culture from a variety of photographic and conceptual perspectives, connecting the viewer viscerally to the enormity and power of humanity’s collective will. Edge-walking the lines between art and activism, beauty and horror, abstraction and representation, the near […]