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Jocelyn Lee

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” The photographs in this body of work represent an early version of my ongoing interest in psychological portraiture. The images describe potent moments that disrupt our expectations of childhood innocence and simplicity. I am particularly interested in children’s “play” and the kind of symbolic meaning that develops from it. ” – Jocelyn Lee

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The Catorialist

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The Catorialist — Selected as one of Cat’s Fancy’s Top 100 Catstyle Influencers. (Photos via The Catorialist)

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Ansen Seale

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” Over the past 10 years, I have pursued a little-known genre called slitscan photography. Far from being just a visual curiosity, it has become a substantial tool for the exploration of themes meaningful to me. I have found slitscan photography to be an excellent vehicle for ideas central to my work– ideas about time and our place in its continuum. It is important to understand that these images are not manipulated. This is the way my camera sees the world. ” – Ansen Seale

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Little Girl & Boy Lost

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‘ Vogue’s resident style guru Grace Coddington comes together with the legendary Annie Leibovitz for a reinterpretation of Hansel and Gretel. ‘ (via Fashion Gone Rogue)

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Saku Soukka

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Saku Soukka is a Scandinavian photographer and art student living and working in Helsinki, Finland. She rocks!

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Pinar Yolacan

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” I make the clothes the morning of the shoot, so the meat doesn’t rot. In Bahia, I froze it beforehand, so it wouldn’t get smelly, because it’s really hot. It’s quite domestic, really—I have to buy meat, clean up, sew. For this series, I got the fabrics in local markets, and the meat, too. I try to accentuate each woman’s skin tone and expression with the clothes; I take Polaroids of them when I first meet them, then I work from those. ” – Pinar Yolacan

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Monkeys and Apes

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Portraits of monkeys and apes by one of my favorite photographers Jill Greenberg (previously-blogged)

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Nina Chakrabarti

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Nina Chakrabarti was born and spent her early life in Calcutta, India. She moved to the UK in her teens carrying her stamp collection under her arm and little else. She studied illustration at Central St. Martins, and many years later, at The Royal College of Art. Her work is often concerned with collections and the composition of objects. She works using Rotring pens, felt tips, biros, pencils, inks and the Apple Macintosh. She enjoys using different technologies and mediums and collaborating with others when the opportunity arises. She lives and works in London, England.

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Kevin Van Aelst

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Kevin Van Aelst was born in Elmira, New York and did most of his growing up in central Pennsylvania. He recieved a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell University in 2002 and an M.F.A. from the University of Hartford in 2005. He currently lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut. He has taught photography classes at the University of Hartford Art School, Middlesex Community College, and currently is teaching at Quinnipiac University and ACES/Educational Center for the Arts High School Program. He is a recipient of a 2008 fellowship grant from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism. Photos of his can be seen weekly illustrating “The Medium” in the New York Times Magazine.

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Wannes Goetschalckx

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Wannes Goetschalckx <-- born 1978 - Belgium; lives and works in Antwerp; known for his performative installations

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