Charles Bergquis is a director, designer and photographer from San Diego, California. We were taken by the diversity of the beautiful images he creates in high quantity in his ongoing project, ‘Everyday Project‘. Photos and video snippets capture the summer haze and iridescent surfaces along the coast. They’re selections from his daily experiments with images and motion tests, which he has been doing for many years.
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Klaus Kampert shows us the human figure from his unique perspective in his stunning photographs. He uses ballet dancers as models to achieve poses that morph the body into abstract forms.
That sinking feeling when the lost hikers in the dark wood stumble upon a clearing and are confronted by an solitary building, shutters creaking, backlit by a full moon. That is the atmosphere masterfully captured in Jim Kazanjian’s series of images, which are as beautiful as they are haunting. The overwhelming sense of foreboding that may be suggested to the viewer of a film over time is given to us in one gloriously spooky moment.
We like that the uncertainty about what’s really going on in Joana Garrido’s series of photographs opens up the door for the viewer to imagine quite magical and mysterious. The circular presentation also adds to the sense of peering into an alien world that’s full of colour and strange, floating creatures.
The artist behind this series of ethereal, experimental photographs describes herself as a digital and analogue photographer with a huge love for alternative printing processes and all other avantgarde mixed media techniques. We’re glad Eni Turkeshi’s approaches her photography in such a way because the results are beautiful, haunting images.
As part of a proposal for fashion brand, Furla, Boya Latumahina aka Zippora Lux, created these delicate collages that pay homage to Italian womanhood. We like the movement from almost ethereal images that evoke ideas of spirituality, to the contrasting themes of sexuality and luxury.
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Chaos and tranquility sit side by side in the series, ‘Disassembly’ by photographer, Todd McLellan. The photographs present the collective parts of deconstructed, well-known devices and their various mechanisms.
However, in partner images, the multitude of nuts, bolts, springs, and wires are shown in two contrasting ways. In one, the pieces are diligently arranged into neat formations, while they seem to be caught mid-explosion in the other.