Summer's here with Rosalina Serup's series 'Dive'. Exploring everyone's favourite activity during a hot summer day, the photographer based in Copenhagen plays with vibrant colours against a structural background. Check out her website to view more of her amazing work.
Photographer Chus Antón captures, with help from his friends and creatives Gregory Clavijo and Ahida Agirre, the youth culture in Madrid. An interesting topic considering the political environment of the city. For Antón, it was important to show the dynamic of the place and how it's constantly changing: “I love the city and I'm still fascinated by this ‘chaos’, this ‘schizophrenic’ place where people with opposite ideals and ethics live side by side. It's like a kaleidoscope.”
WIISSA is a film and photography duo consisting of Vanessa Hollander and Wilson Philippe. Together they take amazing pictures that transport us back to the Seventies.
Take a look at their website for more good stuff.
I came across this interesting series called 'Camouflage' by Sydney-based artist Cherine Fahd. She creates really colorful yet mysterious self-portraits where she only reveals details of her body through little cut holes in sheets. It's a little weird, but that's okay.
I really love the work of Kelia Anne MacCluskey, an American photographer who makes daily events look romantic and sometimes even dream worthy. By using pale colors and portraits of young people MacCluskey portrays a naive and almost innocent perception of the world. For more sweet stuff, check out her VSCO page.
Love the work of London based photographer and art director Mehdi Lacoste. With a great eye for composition and color, Lacoste finds the perfect balance between personal portraits and impressive backdrops. Check out his website for more inspirational projects.
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein captures the city from above in his new series 'LANY'. Shot from an altitude of 1,000 to 2,000 feet, in both New York City & Los Angeles, Milstein showcases surprising patterns only visible up in the air.
I came across this great color blocking series 'Skymetric' by Italian photographer Lino Russo. "The subject highlights the decontextualization of places and architectural spaces in order to alter the natural structure." Fun fact, all the places that are photographed are actually completely square, regular and schematic.
Vancouver based artist Ian Lanterman specializes in conceptual fashion and still life photography. With a great eye for detail, he places a strong emphasis on color and symmetrical composition.
The great Tyler Shields takes on Hollywood luxury and high fashion in a provocative editorial that makes an ingenious statement on brand mania and consumption. Shields employs high-end brands to mundane products, by for instance, replacing a coke and milk bottle with the famous Hermès logo. He plays with the way we look at these brands and lets us question their importance. All seriousness aside, I would drink that Louis Vuitton champagne all day - every day!