NSFW, Photography, Travel

A METAPHOR FOR YOUTH AND FREEDOM

David Shama is a Swiss analog photographer living in New York. His photography’s trademark is that of authenticity and intimacy. His work is best described as documenting pieces of life in a cinematic narrative style. David has just released his first photography book titled “Do Not Feed Alligators” which is filled with original stills of his […]

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Photography

ALEXANDER PAUL BRANDES.

AN INTERVIEW. Tell me a little about the Polish German border region. How did you get interested in it? I grew up in a small town not far away from Poland, but it often felt like another world to me. Since the German reunification the wealth gap between Germany and Poland increased constantly. Big market […]

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Photography

EDOARDO LUCCI.

AN INTERVIEW. You are originally from Italy but seem to be spending a lot of time in China. How did this come about? My presence in China is actually linked to only two trips. The first time I left in 2008 to reach a friend who was following a course in graphic techniques at the […]

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Photography

BRUNO ABARCA.

AN INTERVIEW. You have come across many cultures, is there a culture that has impressed you the most? I’m always amazed by people living in rural and indigenous areas. To be precise, I’d highlight afroamerican and chachi communities living in small villages at the margins of the Chapalaa river, in Ecuador. In an isolated area, […]

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Photography

THOMAS TEO.

AN INTERVIEW. You have pictures from different nations, how did this all begin? I really only started photography in 2007 when I got my first proper camera. I would attribute my passion for travel photography to a trip in Myanmar in 2010 with a fellow enthusiast. I later relocated to Sydney for graduate school and […]

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Art, Photography

MILICA STEFANOVIC.

AN INTERVIEW. You are so skilled. No matter what you do. What came first, collages photos or paintings and how did it all develop? Thank you! I can’t really say for sure what came first. Ever since I was a little girl I drew a lot and messed around with cameras. My father was a […]

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