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Daikichi Amano

 photo tumblr_nc54ca7uhS1skpha5o4_1280_zps527a2dbe.jpg  photo tumblr_n1q8y5z1LE1sa80aho7_1280_zps33565b35.jpg Born in Tokio in 1973, studies art in USA before to come back in Japan. Began to show art work in Tokio, in 2007. Amano’s photographs are drawn from his own private fantasies. Fantasies that are animistic, animalistic and atavistic in nature, but all-too-human in execution, evoking primal fears and desires. In Amano’s world, the human body is worshipped and admired for its awesome beauty but also deformed and fused with nature – with wood, blood, bones, scales and feathers – transforming it into an erotic grotesque. But these frightful dioramas are also cut through with the blackest humour. Link here.  photo large_zps00a4b415.jpg  photo tumblr_n1q8y5z1LE1sa80aho4_1280_zps68216513.jpg

Emily Blincoe

 photo Emily-Blincoe-2_zpsb29ac580.jpg  photo peppers_zps848c65f4.jpg " I was born and raised in Austin, Texas. I find inspiration in faces, shapes, colors, light and quiet little moments. Most days you can find me wandering in the tall grass somewhere between Austin and Nashville with my dog, Eleanor. Clients include: Target, Mercedes, GAP, Lincoln Motor Company, Levi's, Converse, Ebay, Warby Parker, Samsung, Aeropostale, Marriott Hotels, Heineken & Verizon." - Emily Blincoe  photo blincoe-5_zps9e6f1e02.jpg  photo IMG_0574-3_zpsd6e02578.jpg

A Portrait of Crufts by Martin Usborne

 photo Crufts_21_zpsed3daf69.jpg  photo Crufts_07_zps6c31d58c.jpg  photo Crufts_19_zps008ac147.jpg Martin’s key interest is man’s relationship to (other) animals. Although his imagery is sometimes dark – capturing the way in which we silence, control or distance ourselves from other animals – his pictures strive for a subtle humour. Martin often undertakes editorial or commercial commissions and his work is regularly featured in international magazines and has been seen in group and solo shows around the world as well as in the National Portrait Gallery London. He has had four books published. More here.  photo Crufts_13_zpsd613683b.jpg  photo Crufts_15_zps921faaed.jpg

Rémi Noël

 photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo8_1280_zpsda0bdd49.jpg  photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo9_1280_zps605237de.jpg  photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo4_1280_zps7186a1d7.jpg  photo Untitled-1_zps93c373aa.jpg " I started late in photography. I hadn't studied graphic design: I started in an ad agency as a copywriter. I didn't really have a visual culture, but rubbed shoulders with art directors, photographers, and understood that my main interest was basically visual, even though I had no technical skills whatsoever. As a copywriter, I was denied access to images; I started taking pictures to compensate for the frustration. And in adworld, where things always end up with a logo in the corner, photography allowed me to create more freely. I was probably around 30 when I got started, and soon realized I was really keen, almost obsessively in fact." - Rémi Noël  photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo1_1280_zps5c4e4bfe.jpg  photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo3_1280_zps3ef5d06a.jpg  photo tumblr_mysxozLIJY1r05oujo5_1280_zps184db7e1.jpg

Aisha Zeijpveld

 photo Photography-by-Aisha-Zeijpveld-1_zps03dadaf7.jpg  photo Surreal-Portraits-by-Aisha-Zeijpveld-Yellowtrace-01_zpsd84db766.jpg  photo Aisha_Zeijpveld_web_032_zps3eb08fb6.jpg Aisha Zeijpveld (1983) obtained her degree at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Living in Amsterdam she works as freelancer for a variety of commercial magazines, while continuously pursuing her personal work. Zeijpveld’s focus on people their nakedness and vulnerability yet simultaneously their potency and pride characterizes her photography. She aims for the absurd, allowing her photographs to be posited on the interface of reality and dream-world, while always maintaining their functionality and clarity.  photo Photography-by-Aisha-Zeijpveld-8_zps52261fd7.jpg  photo Aisha-Zeijpveld-8_zps82d5ee5b.jpg  photo Aisha_Zeijpveld_Photography_02_zps4325e2de.jpg

New Waves by Takashi Homma

 photo NW_2012-807x640_zpsf6ad1e47.jpg  photo NW_20132-806x640_zps15864f30.jpg  photo NW-2009-1-805x640_zpsb9e7efa9.jpg  photo NW_2012-807x640_zpsf6ad1e47.jpg 'In NEW WAVES, Takashi Homma presents a series of photographs of the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii spanning thirteen years. The photographs of waves depict the coastline continuously un-changed by climate or seasonal time. By reproducing and revisiting the same landscape repeatedly, Homma captures focused reflections of the interaction between pictorial and mental space, the waves and our selves.'  photo NW_2009-807x640_zps8a1a6ded.jpg  photo NW_2013-796x640_zps5fe1880b.jpg  photo Untitled-1_zpsa0682021.jpg

Alexander Harding

 photo 7f2fe7b8bbc729e6a28ca07fa58e7013_zps0a9890f9.jpg  photo 225b08a1123b94df0672e14f8079fb8d_zps9dacd1b6.jpg  photo 38e8c5b2b1382c54dc80697fbfc1b441_zpsec08c090.jpg  photo dea2842816e34ab00d7eb648a32a3199_zpsc0b7ded0.jpg Alexander Harding was born in 1980 in Boston, Massachusetts. He received his B.F.A. in Painting from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2002 and an M.F.A. in Photography in 2011. Using Photography and other media, Harding’s work explores our physical and emotional connections to sunlight. Since 2007, Harding has been an Adjunct Professor in fine arts at the Boston Architectural College. He lives in Wallingford, Connecticut and works throughout New England. (via Panopticon Gallery)  photo 202e928a6a6815beeacdca5ba7f7f97e_zpsc8aa44b6.jpg  photo 65441d57b86c2f0577cc476b3e34fbb9_zps7608001d.jpg  photo 14422fdb95caa57c819962995467321f_zpsd8a1be09.jpg  photo 4bb8437035442d7c3b16da00f7aafa89_zps2e6b0bd5.jpg

Benoit Paillé

 photo 55fa85d3b3c6d0735d819853ff633fd0_zpse3278572.jpg  photo 21fcd385e9bb06e7e21b4fda26f9c05d_zps60c9e58d.jpg  photo ae5a74db2757e40b78ad13eb119a9224_zps22cc9486.jpg  photo fe553e419b6b4e5f18c5193090eb1bb9_zps6d4b35a5.jpg " The photographic performance of this project is to overlay a material reality with a virtual one, erasing the border between the two worlds. It is a response to the proliferation of visual projects that take place in virtual spaces. It is a questioning about the notion of border and territory. A mix of two distinct realities into a single image. I want to show that we can use a virtual space in conceptual photography and approach these areas with the same sensitivity as the physical space. "- Benoit Paillé  photo dc0ffb29b778a802812c70a1243aa5bc_zps6b39611b.jpg  photo 8af08bdab015a0f40ee63ce53f642d9c_zps43d68d8c.jpg  photo 622270fd9be12611b6746f3b32d5a7f2_zps9d704839.jpg  photo e16ff11c7e09b8e09112bde851256f03_zps18a891dc.jpg

Manon Weiser

 photo 24_img1249_zps224a3452.jpg  photo 24_img1032_zpsfa415c71.jpg  photo 24_img1811_zps107f1ec1.jpg " I never remember my dreams. In the morning, images come to my head, like visuals "flashes". From there, an obsession is born: photographically staging these flashes. I've deduced that these images are excerpts from my dreams. My work is mainly based on the intimacy and emotions. I stage the body and the relationship we can have with it." - Manon Weiser  photo 24_img1389_zps8aaca7aa.jpg  photo 24_img1133_zps300e4af5.jpg

Sarah Nieman

 photo Untitled-3_zps05d9661e.jpg " I am a New Hampshire native, living young at the age of 21. I am currently attending the New Hampshire Institue of Art, majoring in Photography. A little about me: I am an avid reader, painter, photographer, skiier, and laugher. With my photography, I enjoy capturing special moments that mean the world to someone, and I love being able to show who someone is through a photograph." - Sarah Nieman  photo Untitled-2_zps79eb22df.jpg