Out of the in total 48,000 images that were submitted from 98 different countries to a panel of judges, who then had the strenuous task of whittling these down to a final 100 for the exhibition. Paul Nicklen was also picked as the ultimate winner (top image) for his depiction of penguins underwater. Source: HUHMagazine
As you might already know, Dough’Nut and PresentPlus joined their forces for real now in our new studio / gallery space at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam. To celebrate creativity we organised a public opening of our gallery, named Gallery33. Drop by for a drink on Friday the 26th of october and let Noma Bar and his Cutting Dog inspire you. For more info check the official press release. Gallery 33 Pazzanistraat 33 1014 DB Amsterdam (Westergasfabriek)
Turkish photographer/artist Sakir Gökçebag probably applies a different perspective on fruit and vegetables then you and me would. The way he makes something so unique and outstanding out of the most common food products is fascinating, and it results in truly visual awesomeness.
Venezuelan photojournalist Oscar B. Castillo documents the violence and grimey atmosphere in the Catia barrio of Caracas, a city that suffers about 50 homicides a week, making it one of the most deadliest capitals of the world.
Founded in 2005, Acne Paper is a bi-annual culture magazine and the publishing arm of the Stockholm-based creative collective and fashion label Acne. This issue revolves around Manhattan, the oldest and most iconic of New York’s five boroughs. This issue comes in three different covers shot by Brigitte Lacombe featuring Mikhail Baryshnikow, Richard Serra and Fran Lebowitz. Have a look at some detailed shots after the click or buy the magazine right away.
This creation called “Os pixadores” follows a group of activists and Brazilian graffiti on the rooftops of São Paulo, explaining their philosophy. An amazing and intriguing piece of video art capturing the true lifes of these young street artists.
It’s not something we haven’t seen before, but this four-episode series written by Ronan Bennett, which tackled issues including drugs, crime and gang culture in the deprived area of Hackney is definitely rose far above that cliched urban drama we all know. Directed by Yann Demange, this serie is definitely one to watch or download via the well-known channels.
First, the fact that these pictures even exist is controversial. But alongside the graphic nature of the subject material, Canadian photographer Donald Weber (1973) delicately captures the fear and isolation of these cruel situations in an extraordinary, fascinating, and bizarre kind of way. Because of this style, Weber won First Prize (Stories) in the Portraits category of World Press Photo 2012.
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