Category - Art Photography

The dark self-portraits of Brooke Shaden

Brooke Shaden creates self-portraits in order to place herself “within environments she wishes to explore, where secrets are exposed, impossibilities are tested, and life is questioned in eras beyond our own.” She uses both her camera and digital editing to produce dark and mysterious worlds for us to explore with her. She began taking photos...

The double exposure self-portraits of Miki Takahashi

There’s a subtle kind of beauty to Miki Takahashi’s double exposure photos. Overtly feminine self-portraits combine with both urban and natural scenes in a harmonious intermingling which masks a deeper emotional drama. Takashashi might carefully turn her head just enough to expose her neck and create a sense of vulnerability and interest. The...

The iPhone art of Linda Hollier

I’m an iPhoneography artist currently living in Abu Dhabi, UAE. My love of photography and art has merged with my interest in technology.  I create artwork on my iPhone and am excited to be involved in this new and revolutionary art movement. My artistic research expands into realms which allow me to work with, and explore, the concepts of the...

The whimsical, surreal photography of Achraf Baznani

Conceptual photography is, first and foremost, about the concept of the photo. A conceptual photographer is trying to bring some message about to the viewer, be it a political advert or a social commentary or an emotional outcry. There is some level of abstraction, thus, in my works: the image is not an explicit example of the concept, but a...

Inside the photographic diary of Monia Merlo

Monia Merlo picked up photography two years ago as a means to express her emotions visually, emotions she was having a hard time formulating into words. The images have a dreamy, evanescent quality, presenting the viewer with idealized female subjects in visually striking spaces that hint at feelings of isolation and brooding. ‘Inside the...

The evocative photographic works of Eric Guo

Eric Guo is a Chinese photographer living and working in Hangzhou, China. His provocative photographic style with dramatic lighting and an outpouring of emotive mood betrays an educational background in fine arts. The works contain a range of stylistic approaches, sometimes representing a straightforward documentation of a person or group of...

The atmospheric photographs of Martin Stranka

Czech-based photographer, Martin Stranka, creates striking images that cross the border between reality and dreams. Set in natural landscapes alongside wild animals, his subjects wander through a make believe world in silent contemplation. Stranka’s masterful use of negative space and atmosphere lends a fantastical feel to his compositions. One...

Seung-Hwan Oh decomposes photographs with bacteria

Organic and artificial methods are used together to form this haunting set of photographs by Seung-Hwan Oh, aka Tonio Oh. The Korean photographer experimented with degrading his photos by submerging the film in water where various types of bacteria would slowly destroy it. Over time, the bacteria obscured portraits and backgrounds, creating new...