Disgusting holidays

Disgusting holidays Several years ago, Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang vacationed at a seaside resort in Adria, Italy and was struck by the perfectly uniform arrangements of colored umbrellas used by each hotel. Last month he returned, this time by air, and shot for several hours on the coastline between Ravenna and Rimini. Lang is well known for his aerial photography of locations around Germany including coal mines, residential life, and industrial sites. You can see more Read more [...]

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Eskil Ronningsbakken, Everything in life is a matter of balance

Eskil Ronningsbakken, everything in life is a matter of balance Eskil Ronningsbakken has spent his entire life living on the edge creating art that makes a difference. The goal is not just to leave an imprint on mind. The goal is to move boundaries, inspire and show humans all over the world that anything is possible. Eskil performs live, at TV-programs, in movies and exceptionally by promotional actions. He is also giving lectures about his journey from a little village in Norway to Read more [...]

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Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress’ Photographs

Childhood Fears Displayed in Arthur Tress’ Photographs American photographer Arthur Tress connected bits of childhood fears from nightmares into a unique photo series called Dream Collector. All photos were taken in the 60s and 70s of the last century. The photographs are a result of discussions with children in playgrounds, parks, schools and streets. Children were asked to describe in maximum details their dreams, which then were turned into impressive photographs Read more [...]

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People Lying in 7 Days’ Worth of Their Garbage

People Lying in 7 Days’ Worth of Their Trash California based photographer Gregg Segal got interested in the garbage issue not only in his country but all around the world. To this issue he dedicated this original photo project. 7 Days of Garbage is a project that involves friends, neighbors and relatives of Gregg Segal. The author asked them to bring their seven days’ worth of garbage to his backyard and took photos of them lying among it. Read more [...]

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John Severson – Breakers, boards and backflips: vintage surfing photography

John Severson - Breakers, boards and backflips: vintage surfing photography Check out a gallery presented in the Guardian Take a surfin’ safari through the photography archive of John Severson, who founded the world’s first surf culture magazine in 1959 – and became the hero of wave-riders the world over   Read more [...]

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