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What causes familiarity towards a place you have never been before?

Alexander Missen

Q&A is a photographic project that explores the semi-fictionalised, hyperreal version of America that people hold in their heads.

Meet the junk rafts and gutter punks of the Venice Canals

Tod Seelie

There were many rafts over the course of the four years and all were built with salvaged materials. The construction boom happening in NYC in the mid-2000s provided a lot of scrap material that we pulled from dumpsters.

Travel photography and the art of spontaneity

Nash Howe

I love the unexpected, uncontrollable moments that just happen. That’s why I suppose spontaneity is really the crux of the best art I’ve done. That, and I just really love the process of making things.

Self-portraits as self-discovery with Edie Sunday

Edie Sunday

My self-portraits help me live with myself a little better. I escape my own internal negative filter of feeling flawed, undesirable or broken, into just feeling human.

Lusatia – Germany’s polluted wasteland that’s turning into a holiday destination

Freya Najade

In the past the air quality was very bad. There was this saying that if you put a white shirt out in the garden to dry when you came out it would be grey or black.

Adventure doesn’t have to be gendered: A young woman’s 2 months alone in the wilds of Mongolia

Dominique Mills

There are countless stories that tell of a young man, lost and uncertain, who sets out on a whirlwind adventure and figures out who he really is. It is a sad reality that amongst the great classic adventure stories, very few (if any) of the protagonists are female.

Discover life on the road as a documentary photographer

Philip Nix

Behind many of my most worthwhile images there was a journey leading up to it that involved some sort of hardship, whether physically or mentally.

In Memory of a Monolith: How evolved are we really?

Yuri Andries

As humans we are attracted to darkness but want to observe from a safe distance. Only when danger is close enough, we’ll use our intelligence to come up with solutions.

Night Project: Blurring the lines between cinema and photography

Marilyn Mugot

I perceive my photographic work through a director’s eyes, however, the difference in my vision, is that the whole world is a stage. It’s an intense sensation of “limitless”. I like to recreate a fantastic universe of dreams and travels.

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