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Lee Basford – Kushiro

I stumbled across the works of England based photographer (and super multi creative) Lee Basford in our Shuttercrack group on Flickr. With his images shot on the Japanese Island of Hokkaido he tells us the beautiful story of an old school working horse farm. What might seem to be the simple life is actually hard labour that requires a great set of skills. It might be hard to grasp for those caught up in the paper chase, but this...

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  •  01.02.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Nick Pironio

Documentary / fine art photographer Nick Pironio, based in Raleigh, North Carolina, sent us some amazing photography the other day. Although the series he saw fit for us were good (‘last night’ & ‘Laura’), we personally favoured some of his other pictures. In his impressive photography portfolio we found striking portraits from barbershop college students, urban chicken ‘farmers’ and former U.S. senator and Democratic...

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  •  29.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Jan Cieslikiewicz – Adventure around the corner

The photographs of Poland born Jan Cieslikiewicz got me by surprise when I saw a monkey in one of his pictures. Then I discovered that this guy has one sick portfolio of travel images. Maybe travel photography isn't the right word, I think he's uses traveling as a mere instrument to shoot his pictures. Most of my recent posts have been about people who set out to explore the world. I find it rather fascinating to read about the people...

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  •  26.01.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Mike Heath – The Cuban mixture

For most people Cuba is just one vintage postcard with old cars, old people and old buildings. Everything is old and on the verge of breaking down. But in reality that is just the facade (or the lack of in a way). London based photographer Mike Heath captured Cuba in a way I've never seen before. He makes it feel so damn crispy and clean! This is very high quality travel photography and a huge inspiration for me personally!...

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  •  22.01.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Rezine

Rezine is a 'graffiti' artist from Lyon, France. I say 'graffiti' because Rezine does a lot more than just Graffiti. You could describe his work as post-graffiti, or work that has derived from the French graffiti movement in the 90's. Rezine isn't afraid for any kind of medium; wall, paper, canvas, recycling art, volume, installations light painting photography or a combination of multiple techniques. In 2007 Rezine realised the book...

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  •  17.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Isaac Cordal – Galicia

Street art sculptor Isaac Cordal continues to impress us with his Cement Eclipse series! The little cement sculptures he places in cities around the world always convey the right emotion. The latest cement eclipses update comes from the home of Isaac Cordal: the Galicia area in the North-West of Spain. In Pontevedra, Galicia there’s a big pulp mill which has been polluting the area and transforming the landscape into something...

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  •  16.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Hoje e dia de folia – Gui Christ

There are great things happening in Brazil! Our good friend Gui Chirst (interview here) will have a major exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, based on stunning series ‘Hoje é dia de folia’. If this sounds familiar to you, you might be right! In 2010 we did an exhibition in Amsterdam called ‘CFYE at the Wise Men Revelry’ based on the same series from Gui. Now it’s time for Rio de Janeiro to have a look at this wonderful series...

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  •  16.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Pascal Fellonneau – Reykjavik

We've received another great photography submission, this time from Pascal Felloneau. Pascal has been shooting a surprising series about the capital of Iceland: Reykjavik.  These pictures show you a day to day life (and color coordination) that's way more than packs of snow. About Pascal: Pascal Felloneau is a Parisian, self-taught photographer picked up a camera at the age of 16 and started shooting again when living in Iceland,...

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  •  16.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Evan Roth – Graffiti Taxonomy

Tags are important for graffiti. Ask a graffiti artist what the first thing he put up was, and it most likely be a tag with a shit Edison marker somewhere. Tags are a form of typography and the artists are highly specialised in the specific letters of their name. For most it takes years to create interesting hand styles. Yet tags are mostly just seen as acts of vandalism, even by the most open-minded art lovers. So how do you show...

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  •  13.01.2012
  •  Arden

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Matteo Musci

Photographer Matteo Musci has been born and raised in Milan, Italy. In the late 90's Matteo worked as an art-director at a big ad-agency and after a few years he began shooting as a professional photographer and founded Zona13 studio. As a photographer for Zona13 Matteo has worked all over Europe for a notable amount of ad agencies. Like most people working in advertising though, he eventually got tired of doing things in taste of the...

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  •  10.01.2012
  •  Arden