Chris Tubbs – Out of Doors

After ten years of travelling around the world, this dedicated photographer, has built up this fantastic archive of 400-500 images from 40 countries. A lot of these are also in countries where basketball is not the most popular sport, and soon...

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

TelmoMiel – Brothers in Aerosol

The Dutch duo Telmomiel is amongst the best contemporary artists that the Netherlands has to offer at this moment. They've got the skill for photorealism but choose to use those techniques to give their works surreal twists. Another striking feature...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Patrick Joust – Welcome to Baltimore

Patrick Joust is one of those photographers that awes you whit every shot. For this article, I could barely manage to make a selection of his work  as there are just too many mesmerising pictures. Hailing from the city of Baltimore,...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Claudia Corrent – Lost in Tunis

Claudia Corrent is a 34 year old Italian photographer.  She shoots magazine worthy images of her travels. They have that superb crispy and clean touch to them. With great enthusiasm we present you her stunning work from Tunis. (more…)

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

Remixing with Jeroen Huijbregts

I can't stress enough that you should keep an eye on our long time friend Jeroen Huijbregts. His remix work stands out because it's just so damn clever, simple and clean. The combinations he comes up with make total sense...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Matt Quin

A while ago we came across some impressive Medium blogposts on nighttime/star photography by Matt Quinn. Matt is a photographer and web developer hailing from Canada. Matt wanted to get away from the keyboard more and used that reason to push the...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Marius Vieth

Marius Veith(1988) is a fine-art /  street photographer based in our very own hometown of Amsterdam. Originally from Germany he now  travels the globe, making a living out of his passion. Besides photographing he also writes great articles on the...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Adrian Storey – Uchujin

Adrian Storey aka Uchujin(1972), is a photographer / film maker residing in Tokyo Japan. Born in the UK but residing in Asia over the past 15 years, Adrian has been living the kind of life  that makes you want to...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Bruno Fontana – Repetition

We recently got in touch with French photographer Bruno Fontana. This talented urban photographer has done a superb job in translating aspects of our urban environment into art. With the repetition of facades he creates seamless patterns which he titled...

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

Laurent Baheux – Black and white Africa

The French Laurent Baheux (1970) is one of the most exciting wildlife photographers the world has to offer. His high contrast black and white photography of Africa's most wanted mammals set him apart from the norm of wildlife photographer. The...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Lucas Zappa – Mutual Respect

The CFYE / Brazil connection is a special one. We're not entirely sure why, but part of it must have to do with the amazing people, which is the case with my dear friend Lucas Zappa from Rio de Janeiro....

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

Charalampos Kydonakis – Palms of Crete

The palm forest of Preveli river in Rethymnon territory got burnt in 2010. It's Crete's second biggest palm forest with the endemic species "Phoenix Theophrastii". Photographer and architect Charalampos Kydonakis (a.k.a. Dirty Harry, hihaaah) lives in the area and documented the...

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

Lorena Endara – enjoying the process

We got in touch with Panamanian photographer Lorena Endara (1984) a little while ago, when she sent us the details of her "Market Geographies" series, where she explores market activity through product codes and stickers. Browsing her website, we quickly...

  • Author: Lorena Endara

Joseph Loughborough – Black Gold

Let's take a walk on the dark side with the art of Joseph Loughborough (1981). UK bred but now based in Berlin, Joseph has acquired mad skills with charcoal over the years. His intense black and white works tend to suck...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Jeroen Huijbregts – subtle and clever

A few months ago I sat down with illustrator / graphic designer, artist and all-round good guy Jeroen Huijbregts to interview him about his artistic aspirations. On a terrace in Amsterdam we enjoyed the first sun-rays of the year, some fried...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Leendert-Jan de Ronde – with great ambition

Though CFYE traverses the digital globe in search of talents in the most obscure corners of the deep web, we try not to forget about the local talents. We're always happy to receive a message from local talents like the...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Narcélio Grud – Variety on the Rise

If you think street art consists out of nothing more than stencils with a witty punch-line, you should have a look at the works of Brazilian artist Narcélio Grud. His work varies from public sound interventions, sculptures and spray-can spirographs,...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Cengiz Yar – War is Mobile

Based in Chicago, Cengiz Yar is a hard working documentary photographer, freelance photojournalist and a founding member of the Frontline Freelancer Registry. His urge to tell stories is big, his urge to experiment and to grow as a storyteller probably even...

  • Author: Kaymir Stark

Anne Barlinckhoff – experiencing curiosity

Amsterdam based photographer Anne Barlinckhoff is one of the freshest emerging talents! We first came across her work when we featured her collaboration with artist Laser 3.14 and were immediately intrigued by her approach of taking pictures; instead of staying in...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij

Michael Floor – Havenstraat

In between Amsterdam’s Olympic stadium and a former correctional facility lays the Havenstraat terrain, one of the last rough patches within the city’s ring-way. Barely subjected to Amsterdam’s fast-paced gentrification, the Havenstraat terrain is an odd collection of barracks, shacks...

  • Author: Arden de Raaij