Noell Oszvald

Noell Oszvald’s use of imagination really pushes the boundaries of creativity, making everything look effortless and yet very powerful. The 25 year old Hungarian photographer’s recent body of work deals with more minimalistic portraits, where as his earlier images has a lot more photo-manipulation.

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Witchoria Part II

Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria is a graphic designer based out of Brooklyn, New York, who digitally composites reflective landscapes in a beautiful minimalistic manner. She was previously featured in May 2014.

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Headland Of Dreams

“This project is based on a text called “Promontorium Somnii” written by Victor Hugo in 1863 and dealing with the continuum between real and dream. Hugo talks about our need to find something within ourselves than can help us sail through the remains of dreams and the will-of-the-wisps of illusion. He claims that “sleep is…

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Oleg Oprisco Revisit

Oleg Oprisco is a highly imaginative photographer from Kiev, Ukraine, who shoots beautiful portraits with an ethereal color palette. Be sure to also take a look at his previous breathtaking feature from May 2013.

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Ghost Town by Kyle Thompson

Kyle Thompson is a photographer based out of Portland, Oregon who’s latest series entitled ‘Ghost Town’ beautifully composes portraits of the unconscious men left in surreal deserted locations. He was featured in Empty Kingdom’s Top 100 Artist of 2013 and also did an exclusive interview with us back in August 2013.

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Acid Mass by Joanne Leah

“I am working on a photographic series called Acid Mass. I was raised Catholic, and when I was in high school, I would take a lot of LSD. My mother would make me go to Sunday mass while I was still tripping from the night before. This series is based on that experience.” –Joanne Leah,…

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Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman took her own life in 1981 at the age of 22. Raised in Colorado, laid to rest in New York, she was known for her haunting black and white portraits, of which she was often the subject.

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Sydney Sie

“My artwork is often rife with gradient color, optical illusion and everything about feminine. I want my works to be bright but eerie, and include aspects of graphic that particularly interest my such as colour. I like to capture surreal moments, but those moments or atmospheres I created through different analogue and, or digital approaches.”…

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Collages by Rocío Montoya

Rocío Montoya is a photographer/new media artist based out of Madrid, Spain. Her experimental collage portraits are approached with personal explorations by transforming reality and manipulating images to convey their perception of the environment through aesthetic experiences.

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Alberto Polo Iañez

Alberto Polo Iañez is a photographer based out of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Originally with a background in film and sound production, he eventually found a new permanent passion for photography.

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Guillaume Amat

Guillaume Amat’s photography series ‘Open Fields’ reveals each locations what viewers normally would never see in a photograph by paralleling multiple compositions lead by a mirror.

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Ren Hang

Chinese photographer Ren Hang has really taken the spotlight within the past few years. His banned, controversial and yet beautiful work has been showcasing all around the world and his most recent solo show was displayed at Capricious 88. The photographer portrays sexuality and queerness in it’s rawest form while dealing with Chinese censorship.

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Jordan Sullivan

Jordan Sullivan is a photographer and writer living in Los Angeles, California. His photographs and prose have appeared in publications such as Dazed Digital, Dossier Journal, Twin Magazine, VICE, ELLE, and many others. His most recent book, The Young Earth, published by Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art, is a photo-illustrated novella.

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Seung-Hwan Oh

Seung-Hwan Oh is an experimental photographer and microbiologist working in Seoul, South Korea. In his recent series, Impermanence, “…he cultivates fungus that he applies to his film. Through this process, the microorganisms slowly devour the film…the intended result is what appears through disappearance…”.

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