The Cottages of Quigley Point is a series of images of modified dereliction by Jill Quigley from the University of Ulster MA Programme. It's an anti-romantic intervention, a bubble-gum pop in the face of over-nostalgic pictures of ruins and decay.
Spanish photographer Silvia Grav creates dreamy, mesmerizing images with her camera. She uses harsh contrasts and light effects to produce mysterious sceneries in which young models with rays of white energy and smoke are moving through the picture.
Photographer Brandon Voges and advertising agency The Marlin Network, teamed up with Strange Donuts to create a fun project for the National Restaurant Association’s annual food show called ‘Donut Doubles’.
A Forest. Vol.III Fabrizio Musu (photographs), Lomìno + E.Ruggeri (soundtrack) 32 pages + cd-soundtrack A5, 21x15 cm edition of 30 digital printing, black and white 10 € + shipping "Why do I talk about these people?
In his critical documentary series of a mental asylum in Taiwan, Chien-Chi Chang has acknowledged discarding years of work for a simple collection of portraits captured under an hour.Related Posts:Video: Burma, Land of Shadows, by Chien-Chi ChangVideos:...
For the next two weeks, Lenscratch will be celebrating the 2014 CENTER Award Winners. We are thrilled to align with such a wonderful organization that honors, supports, and provides opportunities to gifted and committed photographers.
Where are you from and where do you live/work now? I was born in Philadelphia and raised in New York City and I still live between two cities. Now I split myself between New Haven, CT and New York City.
From 1975-1977, Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel selected photographs from a multitude of images that previously existed solely within the boundaries of the industrial, scientific, governmental and other institutional sources from which they were...
This project is Ngwako by Emma Uwejoma, who's graduating from Newport this year. It's funny, touching and heartfelt. I had a chat with Emma last week about the project and this is what she said. "When I grew up I never felt I belonged.