Portuguese photographer José Ferreira discovered the Huléne garbage dump, not far from the city’s airport in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. “Trash Land” is a series in which he captures the harsh reality of the ones living from other people’s waste. Ferreira says “Despite all the…
“Tribes of the Omo Valley” is a series from Brent Stirton‘s expedition in the Ethiopian South Omo; a project about worldwide disappearing tribes.
Baltimore based artist Beth Hoeckel works mainly on collage, mixed media, and photography. She attended Carver Center for Arts magnet school and the Art Institute of Chicago. Hoeckel says “I’ve been broke most of my life but experiencing the world…
Ellen von Unwerth was a model before she became one of the world’s best-known fashion photographers. Her images exude erotism and sexiness while defending the idea of a free woman. Her work has been published in top magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, and I-D
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Australian illustrator Anna Higgie is currently based in Bristol and is represented by the agency Art Department. For those who listen to Kuedo, you would recognize the piece below which we think is great and was used for their CD cover.
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For unbeatable scenery head to Svalbard in Norway, where on clear nights the starry skies, Northern lights and full moon provide plenty of natural light in the winter season. Also as an extra point, in this town dying is illegal….
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“Urban Quilombo” is a series in which Spanish photographer Sebastián Liste portrays the daily lives of 60 families living in “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil The factory became home to the families who had lived…