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Photographer Karl Hab takes air travel as an excuse to shoot the skies with series ‘Window Seat Please’

Posted in Art, Photography, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 22 Jan 2016

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While most passengers are cramming on in-flight movies at 10,000 ft, Karl Hab has his camera in hand to capture what’s down below. Putting his favourites from the last 10 years together for short-run zine, Window Seat Please, Hab shoots the cryptic skies with an sense of wonder, and the expectation of what awaits when you land. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Karl’s work on his site: www.flickr.com/karl_hab

Photographer Sallie Harrison’s on-going series explores the geometric architecture of Los Angeles

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 9 Dec 2015

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Combining her love of colour, minimalism and geometry, designer and self-taught photographer Sallie Harrison‘s on-going series, Geometric LA, captures the clean lines of the sprawling West Coast city. Show the rest of this post…

Currently on show at the Co-Lab Gallery, the series explores Los Angeles’ diverse architectural styles in Harrison’s sumptuous pastel tones, a view of the city that often isn’t too far from the truth.

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Check out more of Sallie’s photography on her site: www.sallieharrison.com

Mark Havens’ shoots the deserted motel neighbourhoods of Wildwood, New Jersey, in photo series ‘Out of Season’

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 4 Nov 2015

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A small barrier island at the tip of southern New Jersey, Wildwood is home to the highest concentration of mid-century modern motel architecture in the United States. But with only a short three-month tourist season, for the rest of the year, Wildwood is near deserted, frozen in time until the next summer season rolls around. Photographer Mark Haven captures the nine months of silence. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Mark work on his site: www.markhavens.com

Matthieu Venot’s closely cropped photography captures the architectural details of his hometown Brest in Southern France

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 24 Sep 2015

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A sight of bright summer, self-taught photographer Matthieu Venot‘s composition perfectly captures the architectural details, and warm, pastel hues of Brest, in Southern France. The middle ground between art and architecture, Matthieu sets the bright blue sky against the strong lines of each man-made structure. Show the rest of this post…

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You can follow Matthieu on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/legrandbazar

Photographer Julien Balmer captures the colour and culture en route to the ancient Morrocan city of Fès

Posted in Art, Photography, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 31 Jul 2015

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Returning to Morocco for a week-long home swap, photographer Julien Balmer took a road trip to the ancient city of Fès, in the north of the country. A labyrinth of winding paths, left without a map or a plan, shooting the magnificent landscapes and local culture en route. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Julien’s work on his site: www.visualspectrum.ch

Photographer Jeffrey Milstein shoots another perspective of the east and west coast for aerieal series ‘LANY’

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 24 Jul 2015

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Capturing the urban neighbourhoods of Los Angeles and New York, photographer Jeffrey Milstein‘s LANY photoseries gives another perspective on the order and chaos of modern city living. Above the fascinating man-made patterns of America’s two most famous cities, Milstein compresses the high-rise and sprawling suburban street to a single layer. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Jeffrey’s work on his site: www.jeffreymilstein.com

Photographer Klaus Frahm steps the other side of the curtain for theatre series ‘Looking from Behind: The Fourth Wall’

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 9 Jul 2015

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Traveling to some of the most famous theatres in Europe, German photographer Klaus Frahm stepped to the other side of the curtain to shoot what it’s like for the actors and crew on stage. Creating a magnificent image in an image, the contrast between the two environments is remarkable, one feeling grandiose and the other a complicated network of scaffolding, lighting and cables. Show the rest of this post…

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You can see more of Frahm’s photography on his site: www.klaus-frahm.de

Photographer Sidi-Omar Alami took his camera across the US on the first leg of tour around the world

Posted in Art, Photography, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 29 Jun 2015

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Leaving medical school after one year to explore the world with just a pack on his back and a camera in hand, Parisian photographer Sidi-Omar Alami set off in June last year, with his first destination the United States. Show the rest of this post…

Starting off in New York, Alami drove to LA through the northern roads and back via the South, and it’s an experience that has changed his life: “Thanks to my travels, I understand more about myself and I try to make people happy through my photos. Through my photos I’d like to encourage people to travel.”

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Check out more of Sidi-Omar’s photography on his Flickr page: www.flickr.com/sidiomaralami

Photographer Matt Lief Anderson explores the grandiosity of nature in his series through the Southwest

Posted in Art, Photography, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 17 Jun 2015

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Travelling through Colorado, Utah and Arizona, photographer Matt Lief Anderson got lost in the great expanses of nature in his series through America’s Southwest. With the landscape ever-changing, Anderson takes in sights from desert roads to snowy peaks, experiencing all four seasons in a matter of days. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Matt’s work on his site: www.mattliefanderson.com

Julien Mauve imagines our first steps on the great red planet in photo series ‘Greetings From Mars’

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 28 May 2015

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As humanity gets ever more ambitious with space exploration, and film’s like Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar propose a future where we will have to move away from Earth, Julien Mauve‘s photo series imagines what our first steps might be like on the red planet, Mars. Titled Greetings From Mars, two interplanetary tourists pose in locations carefully chosen by Julient for their likeness to what we know of Mars’ locales. Show the rest of this post…

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Check out more of Julien’s photography on his site: www.julienmauve.com

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