It’s Tuesday, May 15th and it’s one of those days and mid-months where you’re eager to see something special. Something out there, something unique. So spoil and feast your eyes on New York based photographer Alexander Berdin-Lazursky‘s otherworldly, future, mega sci-fi fashion portraits.
The raw and peculiar fine art photographer Yung Cheng Lin is Tainan, Taiwan based. He has a calming yet straight forward approach when it comes to contorting and distorting his viewers. Lin has been featured on Empty Kingdom numerous times and we also had an interview with him back in 2016.
Kersti K is a photographic artist. She grew up in a Swedish forest, far from civilization. Her work builds on the loneliness and otherworldliness that she felt as a kid. A feeling that the world around her is a strange and magical place where she does not completely belong. A place that cannot be described…
Marat Safin was originally featured on Empty Kingdom back in October 2015 who shot portraits over serene landscapes. Since then the Russian photographer’s work has evolved to more nudes with a lot of cigarettes. Any art direction Marat chooses always ends up being beautiful and ethereal. Images are NSFW.
Laura Zalenga is a [self-]portrait-artist from Southern Germany. She states that photography is a clear visual language which has the ability to tell stories by it’s raw and honest emotions. Laura also uses this medium as a form of therapy by healing herself and others.
“My approach to photography and its development was almost entirely self-taught. I immediately understood what the camera could have given me in terms of experimentation and discovery of the world around me and more over of myself. Photographing has become an imperative language.” -Cristina Coral
Thomas Devaux is a photographer based out of Paris, France who was featured on Empty Kingdom’s Top 100 Artist in 2013. His visionary approach to the world of fashion is always overwhelming, experimental, and atmospheric. His images often portray several clouded unique layers which recomposes the subject leaving the viewer’s wandering eyes for more.
Clara Nebeling is a 21 year old photographer based out of Berlin, Germany who has already shot for a number of fashion editorials and documentaries. At such a young age, her keen eyes for color, light, and aesthetics really go hand in hand in such a beautiful manner.
Rocío Montoya‘s work is intriguing, her collages are a melange of emotion, pattern, and color. Her subjects are eye-catching and her backgrounds, though sometimes stark, serve to draw the viewer in and highlight her discussion. Check out her interview: