Ken Hermann is a very talented photographer coming from Copenhague, Denmark. He works with brands and magazines for commercial purposes (including Where2Go Magazine & Ford). But what he is really made for is portraits. Ken is particularly brilliant when it comes to shooting natural & roots people. Today we’re presenting his serie of Coal Miners portraits.
Cristina Altieri is a photographer from Milano, Italy. She works with film (analog), Polaroid and digital media. Many of her photographs are of females, creatures who have similar emotions to her own. She attempts to portray not only the character of her subjects, but also relay her own emotions/feelings of a specific moment.
We have already talk you about Lachlan Bailey on Whitezine. Lachlan Bailey is a fashion photographer from Australia now based in New York. He studied film and photography in Melbourne before settling in London as an assistant. He became and now works as a freelance for many publications around the world. In this article you will discover a series in black and white. All his work is inspired by the cinematography and his portraits have a nice aesthetic : color, light and sublime beauty of the setting models. Here is a selection of his work
Architecture, is the main thing you notice about a city. Well, about a big city. Whether London’s Big Ben, San Fransisco’s bridge, New York’s Empire State Building or Paris’s Tower Eiffel. And in order to give a new life to the Defense quarter and create a new dynamic to the urban landscape, Phare Tower will soon be implemented there. The project is born in 2006 and aims on building the highest tour of France, with a fresh and young mind.
Here is the new creation of Elomax-Agency, designed for Drugeot-Labo. Elagone is a lamp made of solid oak. In its center, a LED lighting diffuses a light on the inner side of the lamp. It can be positioned horizontally or vertically. Two sizes are available, the large model is 650 mm high and 150 mm long whereas the small model is 400 mm high and 100 mm long
Nick Mathieu doesn’t do perfect photography. Experimenting his youth life, he creates pictures that ressembles reality, whether he’s in the wood with some friends, or on a port with a great pirate-look-alike boat. And if his work is really cool it’s also thanks to a specific composition work that some photographers tend to forget or put aside. Here’s a selection of his work
For those of you who lived on another planet for the last couple of weeks, Endless Road is a project lead by spanish video editor Juan Rayos and starring the Longboard Girls Crew. After skating Madrid, the crew decided to go on a roadtrip through Spain. 7 riders, 1 van, 15 days & 4.300km of ride. Today Juan updated us with the last episode of the road trip entitled Costa Da Morte. The name is a reference to the part of Spain that was ridden the last days, including a whole day with some local skaters.
Don’t worry folks, we didn’t forget you! Your weekly inspirations are finally here, and once again, we gathered for all the stuff we really loved from last week! We spent hours browsing through talented Lola Hakimian’s website, and when we were done, we started all over again. Also, we closely followed Stussy “Strip for likes” facebook campaign, needless to say we didn’t regret it. And of course, to wrap up this post, beautiful videos, including a beautiful reel from Supakitch & Koralie, we know you loved our report from their exhibition last week!
Marcel van der Vlugt is not your typical fashion photographer. While some bet on aesthetics, Marcel Van Der Vlugt goes way further betting on highlighting a message sometimes not related to fashion. Whether it’s about racism, feminism or any any society question, the artist does it greatly and with a recognized talent.