Portland at Night

Photography // Thursday, November 13, 2014
In his series “Portland at Night”, photographer Lucas DeShazer embraces the eerie and tranquil moments he finds at night in Portland, Oregon. Using the nighttime landscape to emphasize the misty appearance that has become a staple of the Pacific Northwest, DeShazer takes us into a terrain that could easily have existed forty years ago. 

California Dwelling

Photography // Thursday, November 13, 2014
In 1978 for about four years, photographer Tim Bradley documented a neighborhood in California that had an uncanny visual presence. The miscellaneous collection of outdated cars and postwar apartments made the place look like no one knew what decade it was. 

City Maps Made From 1000s of Photos

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 13, 2014
To create one of his Diorama Maps, Japanese artist and cartographer Sohei Nishino spends an intense month exploring a city on foot; shooting, developing thousands of photographs followed by several more months cutting, pasting and arranging the re-imagined city. His first 're-experience' of a city was his home town of Osaka.

The ENDs of Brooklyn

Photography // Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Fifteen years ago, Brooklyn native David Mandl began photographically searching for the unique dead ends throughout the borough of Brooklyn. In the series titled “END,” Mandl shows the diversity and rural undertones that can be found throughout the areas. 

My Day With Leo

Photography // Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Artist Joel Strong created a project titled My Day With Leo where he would cover people’s faces with cut-outs of young Leonardo DiCaprio. The project later expanded to what he calls the Tinder Project, where the artist’s goal was to create an art project by using a dating platform, in this case Tinder. 

Curran Hatleberg's "The Crowded Edge"

Photography // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
For Curran Hatleberg's series The Crowded Edge, he followed in the footsteps of many great American photographers and pursued a series on the road. Taken during a series of triple digit degree days, Hatleberg captured the chaos of an entire area driven outdoors to deal with the extreme heat.

The work of Amanda Jasnowski

Photography // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Born in Spain, Ohio rased, and currently residing in Brooklyn, Amanda Jasnowski’s work is known for having the Amanda Jasnowski “touch.” Her photographs have a certain approach that function in a body of work together whether this is intended or not. 

Pink: A series by Prue Stent

Erotica // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Let's take a moment to celebrate the color pink, in all its glory, in all its rare use in the natural world or art in general. For some reason, seeing this great series of Pink by Melbourne's Prue Stent made us realize just how rare pjnk is used, or better yet, how rare it is that pink is used well. From Staged Photography, "The themes of her photography center around femininity and the struggle of identity in women. The color pink is used to represent femininity either physically or emotionally throughout her work."

In the Half Light

Photography // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
In his series “In the Half Light,” British photographer Joe Dixey explores the faint light cast by twilight and the moment it creates between light and total darkness. Dixey’s images portray the subject matters in a moment of stillness where they are visually comprised of silhouettes and faint detail.

Ian Campbell’s “Into the Mystic”

Photography // Monday, November 10, 2014
“Into the Mystic” is a photographic acknowledgement of both the life and death of Maya Sandra Campbell, captured by her son Ian Campbell over the final year of her fight against cancer. In more ways than one, it is a representation of the human condition; our frailty, our mortality and our sensitivity, but also our fierce and unyielding capacity for love.

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