Tokyo based photographer whose specialities are Running cultural photos, Architectural, Portrait and Fashion photos.
Bastard Countryside collects together 15 years worth of exploration within the British landscape, dwelling on what Victor Hugo called the ‘bastard countryside’: “somewhat ugly but bizarre, made up of two different natures”.
This personal project by Steeven Salvat is inspired by old biological studies. It's done with 0.13mm Rotring on homemade ancient paper colored with tea.
An ongoing series by photographer Henri Prestes.
New experimental video by a Russian motion designer.
The kaleidoscopic compositions are by turns whimsical and melancholic, tinged with both nostalgia and a sense of the macabre.
Suzanne Jongmans uses recycled packaging materials to create elaborate renaissance costumes.
Landau invites us to embark on a journey facilitated by the unique feature of one natural resource, salt.
Hong Kong-based artist's latest series.
Australian photographer's aerial photography series.
‘The Artist is Present’ exhibition is on view until 16 December at Yuz Museum in Shanghai.
Collection of abstract sculptures inside the interiors of Palais d’Iéna in Paris.
British artist, Hugh Turvey, has x-rayed some of the popular sneakers for his new photography series.
Le Corbusier’s paintings showcased for the first time since 1966.
Reuben Wu is a visual artist and music producer.
Peter Barber is sketching a city every day and sharing the results on the Instagram account One Year 365 Cities.
A visual exploration of red's vivid role in global architecture over the centuries.
Swedish photographer captures landscapes on black and white film.
“The Awakening” focuses on familial bonds, motherhood, fatherhood & celebration of childhood.
Cinta Vidal's 'Viewpoints' solo show at Thinkspace Projects. Opening at september 15.
This gorgeously produced book features intimate, never-before-published portraits of a young and undiscovered Kate Moss, taken in the early 1990s by her then-boyfriend, Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti.
Yellow is the new black, French photographers new series of yellow infrared photos.
Toiletpaper pop-up is at Moma Design Store’s downtown New York City location with goods from collaboration with Italian brand Seletti.
A personal photo series by German photographer Jan Erik Waider, capturing the raw stillness of the Nordic countries.
Albert Dros is an award-winning Dutch photographer.
"In photographing wild animals, I think I have one advantage over other fields of photography in that I believe there is an authenticity to their personalities."
"The sea – a great textbook of life"
From medieval to 19th-century institutions, private to monastic collections, this is a cultural-historical pilgrimage to the heart of our halls of learning and the stories they tell.
A series of underwater photographs by Christy Lee Rogers, a visual artist from Kailua, Hawaii.
Born in Paris, in 1972, Julien Malland began painting murals in the 20th arrondissement of Paris under the name of Seth.
"By incorporating elements of synesthesia, I create a visualization of music."
"In my experience in working with the people that I paint, I repeatedly discover the profound mystery of existence."
Inspired by 17th century Dutch tulip vases, architecture, and retro futurism, Prince's Containers series features an array of ceramic vessels that inspire their users to find creative ways of utilizing them.
Developed by Asawin Tejasakulsin, a senior art director at Ogilvy & Mather in Bangkok, Thailand.
Soviet era circus billboards.
A collection of some of the best photos from the World Cup in Russia.
A series of photographs by Chilean photographer.
Renowned for his brooding and evocative paintings, for South African born Hewett, the portrait is not about capturing an external likeness of a subject; but rather creating a portal to the inner journey of self-exploration.
World War I, propaganda posters.
A series of underwater shots by a social anthropologist and photographer born in Mexico.