Matteo Basilé

untitled-7 ' Born in Rome in 1974, from a well-known dynasty of artists, Matteo Basilé has been exposed to the art world all his life. Since his first appearance on the art scene (1996), Basilé has been working by interacting with his cultural inheritance and aspiring to a new system of productive meaning. Among the first European to explore and develop what is today regarded as digital art, Matteo Basilé conveys photography with avant-garde technology as a linguistic formula to research the processes of self and social discovery. The artist constantly rejects a static vocabulary and confronts himself in relation to memory and tradition. ' (via Biasa Artspace) o

Ivo Mayr

p p p Have a look at the creative portfolio of Ivo Mayr. He photographed poster design for the famous Schauspielhaus Bochum and shoots placard motive for the world famous theater in Bochum. p p

Andrew Lee

p p p p One Homer 365+ Days Project by Andrew Lee - Who doesn't love homer.. this is so sooo cool. Go and check the rest now on Andrew's Flickr. p p

Lothar Schmid

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Selection of beautiful photographs from the talented Lothar Schmid. Yay!


Elisabeth Toll

p p p p Today I stumbled on a beautiful set of photographs from Parisian photographer Elisabeth Toll. Love it. Enjoy. p p

Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva

p p p Great photographs by Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva, professional fashion photographers, based in Russia. Check it out! p p p

Alex Prager

alexprager1 alexprager2 Well, it's time for some eerie, retro style photography. Capable photographer Alex Prager has a unique vision that has retained the overall rawness and individuality in her style. alexprager3 alexprager4 alexprager5

Carlo Van De Roer

carlovanderoer1 carlovanderoer2 Carlo Van De Roer is New Zealand-born photographer. His light series compositions are so calming and at the same time enlightened, for a lack of a better word. Go ahead and visit his site for more of his terrific portfolio. carlovanderoer3 carlovanderoer4 carlovanderoer5

Maiko Takeda

maiko1 Photographer Maiko Takeda: "the light, the shadow and the body all work together to create an installation work, in which the shadow remains secret but when revealed forms the main part of the jewelry." maiko2 maiko3

The Witness

p p p p " Growing up on the wrong side of the wall might mean becoming blind. Everything that is behind it seems muffled and invisible. The reality is just a surrogate offered by the authorities, and it marks the passing by days till they become years. This is why we have chosen to portray symbolically 20 blind young people in their twenties, photographed in a tight close up of their faces, where the eyes are as if covered up by a white patina that makes impossible the vision of the world. " - Winkler+Noah (previously-blogged) p