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Ashkan Sahihi

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Ashkan Sahihi is an Iranian photographer known for his unique photographic projects, including series of photographs of armpits, faces that have been ejaculated upon and the facial expressions of non-drug users trying various drugs. ‘ Haha Ok. Wow.

Mikel Uribetxeberria

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Shots by Basque photographer Mikel Uribetxeberria from the Animalia series. You can see more of these images on the artist’s website.

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I Am

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Found this set on Flickr the other day. I am _________ (fill in the blank).

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Dimitri Daniloff

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Feast your eyes on Dimitri Daniloff’s portfolio. All of his work are worth burning time to check out. Oh he’s great, I promise.

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Veljko Onjin

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Have a look at the portfolio of Serbian artist Veljko Onjin. I don’t know what to think of it at the moment. I’ll just say its interesting. Haha.

Chema Madoz

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Chema Madoz is a Spanish photographer known for his black and white surrealist photographs. Simply awesome.

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Robin Schwartz

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Got some good chuckles out of Robin Schwartz’s Primate Portraits collection. Awww they’re sooo adorable. I want a chimp now. I want a chimp really bad. Awww!

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Audrey Corregan

Audrey Corregan <– French photographer who lives and works in New York City.

Kim Boske

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” My work can be described as a body of research in which different moments in time and space run together in a field that seems to embody a determination of time to present proof of it’s discrete, unique moments. I create stories that rise around the system of time and space. I’m fascinated by the systems that exist behind the direct surface of the visual world. I see the system of time as a structure that is built up out of smaller differentiated structures. I experience the “now” as a complex collection of all sorts of connected influences from the present and the past; a web of similarities and minute differences caused through the slight moving of time. I portray these different layers of time by carefully assembling visual fragments of narrative elements to create a structure of connections and unity, which I translate into an image. I view my work as constructions in which layers upon layers of ideas take on a meaning of their own. I always search for a harmonious image in which you can discover disharmony without damaging the unity of the image. ” – Kim Boske

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Hans Gissinger

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Taken from his site:

Hans Gissinger is a photographer who is obsessed by perfection and esthetic exploration. He is passionate about the grotesque and the reality of his characters and protagonists, who often seem to be taken from the Comedia dell’arte. In his work, violence and contempt are perfectly balanced, and the highest plastic quality is maintained and idealized.

Gissinger’s work has been featured in several individual exhibitions in museums and galleries in the United States and in France, including the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris en 2000 and the Musée de la Citadelle en 2004, as well as in numerous group exhibitions in France and around the world. His work can be found in important private and public collections in Europe and the United States. Hans Gissinger lives and works in New York.

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