Photography

Images and words from emerging and established vision makers.

Plant and Human pain

"I think, like modern biologists, that plants feel pain. They found out that plants secrete substances that suppress it and react to anesthetics like animals and people." A project by Nika Sandler.
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Etesians

At least the sea where liberty will stand in place to seek and rule the world. Muses Theodora and Karolina, captured by Natalia Klimza.
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Torbjørn Rødland / Post erotic tales

Norwegian artist Torbjørn Rødland in conversation with Antoine Schafroth on religion, sexuality, analogue photography and future plans.
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Radical Freedom

A deep dive in a libertine techno party happening in the outskirts of Paris, France. The pictures are from the party and the after party.
Most of us are really good friends, long time friends, and sometimes lovers. A story photographed by Edouard Nguyen.
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Visual Noise / Rankin

From April 9th to April 10th, 2022, Rankin's Maryland Studio in London became a playground for emerging image-making artists whose graduating shows were disrupted due to the Covid pandemic.
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Decadence XVII Anniversary

An exclusive photo coverage of Decadence's XVII Anniversary party and an intimate conversation with Carlo Valentine, the founder and artistic director of Decadence.
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Unlearn Shame, Embrace Pleasure

All about unravelling internalised shame and celebrating sensuality as a transwoman. Elouiza captured on film by Bethan Elford.
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Taesh

To the stars, through the adversity. Muse Taesh, photographed on film in Barcelona by Alvaro Arteche.
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Obscura

Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow. Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down in a story by June Tamò-Collin.
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Ambivalence

The most delicate flower breathing under water. Sofia captured in black and white by Egr Ega.
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Mind over matter

Flashing spectral shadows at the dark edge of the earth. A visual experiment with Lara McGrath photographed by Ralph Whitehead.
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Below

All the islands in the ocean, all the heaven's in the motion let me show you the world in my eyes. A dusky story by Karolina Fafinska.
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Bodies

While crawling into my skin, I hear my brain whisper something to me. Photography by Timofey Kolesnikov.
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Possession

I’d love nothing more than to have you near, but I can’t reach. I know it’s not over yet, you are still under my control. Kana Kitty photographed by Anouk Brouwer.
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Fading away

Blossomed flowers to smell and admire. I adore the forest, it’s my palace of winds. I walk away from the world I know, to return to the roots. Zlata in an ethereal story photographed by Igor Pavlov.
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Olivia

Get a glimpse of Olivia’s perspective as she draws in the colors of the sunset. Photographed by Andrey Tarasov.
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Jade, Emi & Molly

Together with local art students Jade, Emi and Molly we created a short story about the young queer community searching for their safe space around town.
Emi: “London has always had a complicated relationship with queer
identities, and as a queer person finding spaces to exist in comfortably is a task in
itself. People will try to tell you the UK is a safe progressive haven for LGBT+people,
but more and more gay clubs and spaces are being used by predatory creeps, trans
people are waiting months for healthcare and hate crime is on the rise. As long as
we’ve told there’s no space for us, we try to build spaces for ourselves.” Photographed by Tom Marshak.
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Mental Modeling

Bare feet in the unnatural grass, lying among all the plants of a fake forest. Photographed by Zihui Songs, styling by Lori Lyu.
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Where Fishes Go

At the deepest point of the ocean lives a force. So strong that the Sun cannot reach it, no matter how bright it shines. Irina Lozovaya photographed underwater by Pavel Protsenko.
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Last Act

The unrest of desire is revealed by the eyes. When you look deep enough, there will appear a mindful thought. As my last act of love, I’ll help you reach it. Shelby photographed by Liz Rosa.
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Organica

The forest glows softly with the sun shining down on the leaves. I seem to perceive more ocean than ever before. Sinking in the purity of nature, I can feel the presence of mother nature’s voice in my soul. Photographed by Clementine Dulak.
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Neon ropes

Klaudia in a colorful bondage session, tied and photographed by artist Marie Sauvage, with video by Madame Ette.
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Bodysnatchers

Bright colors, divided in thousands of different shades, rage through the cosmos like an outer space hurricane. Photographed by Leonardo Diaz, art direction by Jessica Trosman and Martin Churba.
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Birth of Rebirth

Inspired by phase of embryo development and the birth process, a metaphorical story about human nature and the environment affecting the individual. Three parts, showing the birth of a character, his collision with reality and overcoming it due the birth of internal energy, are connected by colour gradation that also symbolizes the contradiction of human essence. A series by Sveta Maximova.
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Metaphysical dream

I’m strangled in fear, surrounded bij colour. My thoughts seem more clear than before, My being in this space and time, all make sense now. Art series by Kirill Popov, styled by Dima Belyaev.
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Wolfgang Tillmans / Thee eyes are subversive

A spotlight on one of the most influential photographers working today, Wolfgang Tillmans, who in 2000, was awarded the prestigious Turner Prize, marking the first time the prize had been awarded to a photographer or non-British artist.
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…iness

The time has come to unravel all the wrong thoughts. Looking into your mind, traveling to the grounds of it. Imagination becomes reality, and slowly, your inner joy turns into a remarkable smile. A black and white series by Yiorgos Mavropoulos.
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Hannah D’Arc

Laying in these quiet meadows, I can still hear the little crackling sounds coming from my sword of fire. As I lay there, my body and brain completely shut off, I realize that this is it. Hannah in a series by Emmet Green.
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Anarchy

In a lake filled with memories and paint, I went behind my deepest desires and wishes. While I’m floating, thinking of you, I want nothing more than to be your slave again. I just want to surrender myself completely and don’t think of the consequences. One last time.
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The party is over

Connecting with the earth and the trees, Lison's true nature finally emerges. A series shot during the first days of Indian summer by Claire Delannoy.
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