Chang Kyun Kim is a talented photographer and filmmaker from South Korea, who currently based in Los Angeles, CA.
Lithuanian artist Agne Gintalaite has always been attracted to the “garage towns” of her native Lithuania—large areas filled with storage units for cars that were terribly inconvenient and often bus rides away from the owners’ homes. In her series Beauty Remains, Gintalaite explores the multitude of garage doors she has discovered on her explorations, the brightly colored wooden and metal doors that look as if time has tried to claw them to pieces, yet their vibrancy withstands each passing year.
A sloth hangs on to electricity cables in El Valle, Cocle Province, Panama, September 12, 2015. (Photos by Carlos Jasso/Reuters)
Internationally renowned fashion photographer David Slijper has photographed some of the most famous people in the world – Beyoncé, Matt Damon, Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson and Kanye West – for influential fashion publications including i-D, Dazed & Confused, Harper’s Bazaar, W Magazine and US, British, French, Chinese, Japanese and Italian Vogue.
Logan Zillmer is a successful fine-art photographer with a vivid imagination and a keen eye for detail. He is noted for producing a signature style of experimental, surrealist conceptual photography that has garnered international interest and recognition, and has generated a robust online following.
For the last few weeks, photographer and art director Vanessa McKeown has been sharing colorful, quirky interpretations of everyday objects on Instagram. McKeown imagines balloons as various fruits and vegetables and oranges are peeled to reveal unexpected objects. Clever visuals all around. You can also follow her on Tumblr.
Jonathan Diaz is a talented portrait photographer based in Salt Lake City, UT, United States. For his “Anything Can Be” project, photographer and collection editor Diaz costumes the young patients according to their wishes—as fairies, athletes, knights, a firefighter, a cowpoke, or less generically as a baker, “Batkid,” and a “fashionista”—and portrays them here with fulsome introductory tributes to their spirit and courage.
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