Alex Llovet is a Spanish photographer who has studied humanities, cinema and photography. He has written and directed various short films, published a number of photobooks, and had fair share of exhibitions. Beware Of The Dog is a journey to maturity, the transition in which desire, the idea of death, and the scars caused by […]
Fili Olsefski is a Poland born – Greece raised – artist and photographer. Based in Athens, she’s fortunate to get by living as an artist and creating still and moving images with her life partner. Although she was trained to be a painter, and she was taught that painting requires a certain state of mind […]
Polina Washington is a 25-year-old Russian photographer from the city of Novgorod the Great currently based in Saint Petersburg. She graduated from the University of Cinema and Television as a Director of Photography, and she works as such for music videos and other projects, as well as a commercial photographer to earn her living. She […]
Adrien Blondel is a photographer living in Oakland, CA, working as a lighting technician and a documentary director. Born in France, he grew up in Normandy and the moved to Paris where he graduated in history of Cinema and Cinematography. He started taking photographs as a teenager, but his real interest was cinema, which he […]
Experience watching a movie without the sound, relaying only on visuals: you’ll start to see new layers of comprehension, association of ideas… This is why Trois Couleurs : Bleu is such a meaningful movie to me. Directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski in 1993, it is the first part of the three-color triptych blue/white/red that successively explores France’s motto: “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”. […]
LPFM, an alias he uses as a photographic project, is a French illustrator and graphic designer, working and living in Paris. With his photography he tends to focus on non-human parts during his street wanderings. From an empty place to a lost object he’s always searching how there are still memories through them. He’s also […]
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.