From the city of Orleans, Théo Lebeau is a French 3D graphic designer/musician/photographer that with patience, effort and dedication seems to always find his way around to do what he loves and what he’s passionate about. His first contact with photography was at the age of 17 years old, when his father offered him a […]
Piotr Pietrus is a Polish photographer who has lived in many different countries, including Italy and Spain, and that is now based in Berlin, Germany. Piotr started studying painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich when he moved to Bologna, Italy for one exchange year. After attending a photography class at the Accademia di […]
Born and raised in Japan, Mankichi Shinshi doesn’t miss an occasion to travel out of the island to take photographs. He started in 2013 capturing the atmosphere of quiet mid-night streets. He gradually started to work in a more conscious approach, interpreting the world by affirming something in the frame and by leaving other elements out. “For […]
Elsa Bleda is an artist and photographer based in South Africa. When it comes to expressing her emotions and telling her stories, photography is the closest thing to her. Its her way of communicating her inner world and exploring with the outside one. For her images she focuses on quiet moments, unsaid emotions and untold […]
Down by Law (1986) is a quirky movie of the new American independent scene directed by the singular Jim Jarmusch and photographed by Robby Müller (that we have seen on Paris, Texas alongside Wim Wenders). The story takes place between New Orleans and the Louisiana Bayou, both beautifully highlighted by a combination of good use of […]
It was an honor for us to have this exchange with Patrick Warner, a 28 year old photographer, GIS Analyst and an Emergency Medical Technician. He’s originally from Missoula, Montana but he’s now based in a town called Florence just south of Missoula. His interests in photography vary from the surreal (like David Lynch and Gregory Crewdson), to the […]
With its irresistible richness, its color and warmth, Pedro Almodóvar’s Volver (2006) is set to capture your eyes. “Volver” is Spanish for “to return,” or to “come back”. It is said that it represents the director’s return to his childhood, magnifying the women in his life and the “small village” beliefs that shaped his imagination. […]
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.