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The Not so far from here series is a privileged way for photographer Paul Sisson to illustrate his discovery of the West-American landscape, sometimes colorful
London-based photographer Alan Schaller is mostly known for his surreal, high contrast black and white photography that portrays “the realities and diversities of human life.” However, people are not the only subject that this street photographer aims to reveal through his works. This ongoing projec
Dante Monteverde aka djtirro is a talented 30-year-old self-taught photographer and dj, who was born in Allentown, PA and currently based in Miami, Florida, US.
James Wong, a Canadian in Hong Kong, demonstrates just how photogenic the city is in this dynamic series. Wong captures the side streets and areas, taking us away from the well-known landmarks in favour of showing us the “real” Hong Kong.
In a city with a very high visual density – any sort of design has to shout quite loudly in order do differentiate itself and stand out. There are two ways of doing this: be more retina-searing than the next object, or be so plain as to create a sort of hole in space.
Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy strips buildings of everything but their front faces. As part of his ongoing series, Facades, Gaudrillot-Roy captures small homes, boutiques, and mansions at dusk. The structures are left with only their front facing facades, brightly lit by street lamps and scattered daylight.
The year 2018 is the 25oth anniversary of the creation of the circus, and Peter Lavery has been photographing behind the scenes across the UK for 50 years. His fascination is with the disparity between the glitz of the shows and the ordinariness backstage.
BOSTON – Families are the subjects of countless films, plays and books, but not usually of photography exhibits. That makes the Museum of Fine Arts’ “(un)expected families” particularly interesting and thought-provoking. “It’s foremost a show about photographers’ definition of family, but it’s also about how there’s no single definition of family,” said curator Karen Haas.
Simon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment.
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