15 Aug
German artist Michael Rohde re-programs concept of gravity

German artist Michael H Rohde makes our eyes struggle with orientation in his work series of photographs which feature utopian views of interior space that challenge our perception. From Below shows rooms from below the floor as if the floor was simply made of glass; but it is only our mere consciousness that allows us […]


21 May
Patrick Runte's platformalized photograph series

An assembly of Tetris shapes as opposed to an assemblage, there is nothing sexually alluring about these photographs. Despite what Lana Del Rey may have you believe there is absolutely nothing reproductive about video games — although Pacman may be debatable. Hamburg-based Patrick Runte has created a new series of photographs called Jump N’ Run. They […]


30 Apr
Marvellini brothers reworking of vintage photographs

The Marvellini brothers of Milan are injecting surreal into the 21st century. Firebombing tactics of dining hall wall grandeur, they’ve created a name for themselves in Italy through the digital enhancement of vintage portraits. Not into retouching, their enhancement reigns in obscuring features by way of a virtual Marvel masquerade — adorned with masks of […]


28 Feb
Harriet Worsley scores the connection between society & fashion

The eternally elegant Coco Chanel once remarked, “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” This central idea that fashion is not merely a random assortment of trends, styles and clothes — but […]


24 Jan
Eric Perriard's photographs of isolation in Seoul, Korea,

The isolation of the urban landscape is captured sensitively by photographer Eric Perriard. Catching people off guard in their moments of self-reflection in the city of Seoul, Korea, Perriard examines how the individual copes with his/her environment. The subjects are surrounded by an overwhelming urban landscape that encapsulates them and makes them invisible by its […]


3 Nov
Lindsay McCrum’s peek into the lives of women & their firearms

Spanning three years and 280 photo shoots, Lindsay McCrum’s new book, Chicks with Guns, is a collection of photographs that explores a variety of women’s personal histories with guns. Ordinary women pose dramatically with rifles or handguns against backgrounds that hint at their complex relationships with these most controversial firearms. In one photograph, a young […]


28 Oct
Over 1,000 frame examples in Taschen's latest hardcover book

Twenty years worth of diligent exploration and cratedigging in auction houses, garage sales, flea markets and online led Moss Lipow, an eyewear designer and collector, to amass a massive collection of glasses and their photographs. Now he’s compiled the highest quality examples from his collection, as well as prominent collections from around the world, into a […]


11 Oct
720-page softcover features hundreds of never-before-seen images

Post-WWII Japan led to a lot of change for the visual makeup of the country. Given a nearly blank slate by the massive devastation the country suffered during the war, a group of architects, artists and designers worked to plan and think of new ways to rebuild the country once again. With a super-creative bureaucracy […]