I'm a writer. This is my profession. But i also love to take photos. Most of the time it's about street photography: in their »natural« context people act differently than in the studio. Street photography for me is a real art form. And i am a humble disciple in that art.
Fuji X-T2, Minolta XD-, Minolta SRT 101, Minolta Hi-matic 7sII, Voigtländer Vitomatic IIa
Independent skateboard company.
Celestino Garcia (@celgarcia)
San Francisco Bay Area -> Miami
Bernd Schaefers (@berndschaefers)
Capturing moments in black and white.
Alexander Stanishev (@alexanderstanishev)
Alexander is a cinematographer from Bulgaria. He shot the American drama “Touched with fire”, directed by Paul Dalio, produced by Kristina Nikolova, Jeremy Alter, Jason Sokoloff, executive produced by Spike Lee and starring Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby. His last project is the feature film “Monkey” by director Dimitar Kotzev – Shosho.
He shot 4 feature films, 6 prime time TV series, 3 feature documentaries, numerous short films, music videos and more than 100 commercials. He won the Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography at Slamdance 2012 and the Bulgarian Film Academy Award for Best Cinematography 2012 for the feature film “Faith, Love and Whiskey”
Keith Andrew Wilson (@keith3po)
Brand Manager at Independent Trucks, Photographer
Julia Winter (@the_essential_part)
Analogue photography, historic and alternative photographic processes, experimental bookbinding, visual sequencing and storytelling play an important role in my artistic practice. My photographic work balances between art and documentary photography and is mainly centered around finding human traces in urban landscapes.
Wanda Lotus (@wlotus)
NYC-based street and music event photographer.
Douglas Knisely (@dknisely)
Engineer, photography enthusiast. Seattle, WA, USA. Photos are (c) D. N. Knisely, All Rights Reserved. If you are interested in using one of my images, please contact me. I'm almost always OK with personal non-commercial use. If you want to license an image for commercial use, I'd be happy to discuss.
I like taking pictures.
I am a cycling maniac. I live to ride.
I also restore and sell vintage road bikes.
I have a green thumb and enjoy growing things.
I am humbled by the response I have gotten from the community.
From my heart I thank each and everyone.
Matt Niblock (@mattniblock)
Graphic Design x Street Photography • London
I make art.
Andrew W (@drewaround)
Full time graphic designer and part time collage artist from Toronto.
Marco Gallotta (@marcogallotta)
Viet Huynh (@cooollage)
An experiment through scanned images by Viet Huynh / follow me on Instagram @vietsual / @cooollage
Gouzy is a French visual artist who creates surrealist compositions. Created using an "objective hazard" strategy, Gouzy's collages feature painstakingly cut-out female body parts on brightly coloured backgrounds, enhanced by all sorts of day-to-day ojects: glasses, guns, masks, high-heels, hub caps, cameras... Animality, eroticism, and derision are at the heart of these works
With this work Gouzy offers a grotesque vision of reality, to see more clearly in this human comedy."
I cut magazines, and just let it happen.
Rebeka Elizegi (@rebeka_elizegi)
Handmade Collage Artist
SAM HEYDT (@samanthaheydt)
Sam Heydt is an American social practice and new media artist born and raised in New York City. She has lived and worked in Paris, Venice, Amsterdam, Athens, Sydney, Udaipur and currently resides in Vienna. Heydt's work continuously examining different phenomenologies of our hyper-mediated society wherein tabloids become history. Her interest lies in semiology's role in the mutability of history, disillusionment of the social psyche and exploitation of a world increasingly reduced to a bottom line. Heydt’s work exhibits internationally and sits in the permanent collection of a number of museums.
Tess Johnson (@tessjohnson)
Tess sees the world through a multi-colored lens. Nature, colors, shapes, light, layers, and fashion all lend a hand in where she finds most of her inspiration to create.
"I enjoy observing life in different ways and creating those things I see and feel through art. This is what makes me happy."
From collaging, paint, sewing, to set design, Tess loves to get her hands on anything she can. A recent graduate from Columbia College Chicago, Tess and her husband Connor Johnson are currently living in Los Angeles and looking forward to their future endeavors as artists and entrepreneurs.