For Australian photographer Beth Downing, “photography makes life seem more real”. According to her on an interview for Despite the Illusion, her marked interest for literature and poetry encouraged her thoughts to run freely, and photography represented a direct way to express and transfer a specific moment. You can find her work via Flickr.
Month: February 2016
The visuals of Polish filmmaker and photographer Pawel Uniatowicz will transport you to a dream-like atmosphere. Some of his photographs are issued from his movies, and his experimental approach consists in using multiple mediums, combining analog images from his 35mm camera and sound. Watch his experimental videos, and photographs.
The true Pictures of the American West in Paris, Texas
Wim Wenders is one of those directors whose approach is both cinematic and photographic at the same time. He is in fact a very prolific photographer with several books and often exhibiting his work. The film Paris, Texas (1984) is the proof. This sunny trip leads you into American lands from California to Texas. It is a […]
Polish photographer Malwina Adaszek was born in 1990, and in 2004, at the young age of 14 years old, she decided she wanted to take pictures. For her, the perfect shot must be true. No matter how it looks or the subject captured, a photo needs to be authentic in terms of time, place, technique and […]
The work of Serbian photographer Marija Kovač is all about the game of light and shade. She captures both nostalgic and vivid moments of life in a genuine and effortless way that lead us to wonder what’s the story behind every shot… Discover more of her work on Flickr and Tumblr.
Spanish teacher based in Barcelona, Elo Vazquez loves the imperfection of analog photography. Her eye catches little details in everyday life that turn into a work full of sensibility, smoothness and grace. Visit her website & flickr stream.
Shuji lives in Tokyo, Japan. His pictures are an invitation to a delightful journey through sublime and immaculate places. On his flickr we can read the following phrase taken from The Book of Tea by Kakuzo Okakura: “It is essentially a worship of the imperfect, as it is a tender attempt to accomplish something possible in this […]
The poetic world of Isa Gelb
For this first interview, we are very happy to present the work of a brilliant photographer, whose approach is very close to our vision. She is a Parisian graphic designer & shooting films since 2012. Besides being a photographer she is also the creator of Underdogs magazine. Isa Gelb introduces herself: “I fell to earth years […]