Melbourne based documentary photographer Hoda Afshar

Tuesday, 6 December, 2016

Photo by Hoda Afshar

Hoda Afshar is a Melbourne based visual artist, and documentary photographer, who originally hails from Tehran, Iran. Her work has been exhibited both in Australia, and internationally, and you can see more of it here.

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Photos from way beyond the office cubicle by Tirthankar Gupta

Monday, 28 November, 2016

Photo by Tirthankar Gupta

I doubt that Kolkata based cubicle worker Tirthankar Gupta will be working in a cubicle for much longer. Not if his stunning photographs, that are taken in and around India, are anything to go by.

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Thibaud Poirier, Paris based photographer of building interiors

Thursday, 24 November, 2016

Photography by Thibaud Poirier

Paris based photographer Thibaud Poirier specialises in taking photos of the interiors of buildings. In case that doesn’t seem demanding, remember it’s one thing to photograph the inside of a building, but quite another to capture a striking image. This photo is from his Berlin Interiors series, from his Behance page.

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The still-life photography of Peechaya Burroughs

Thursday, 24 November, 2016

Photography by Peechaya Burroughs

Sydney based graphic designer and photographer Peechaya Burroughs creates quirky still life images, using food, and whatever other day to day objects, she can find. See more of her photography on Instagram and Behance.

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Andrea Fairservice, artworks inspired by nature and the bush

Tuesday, 22 November, 2016

Artwork by Andrea Fairservice

The amount of time Pennsylvania based artist Andrea Fairservice spends in the great outdoors is reflected in her work. I keep asking myself, what am I doing inside, attached to my computer? There’s also some great photos of the night sky and Milky Way on offer as well.

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“On His Own” by Pawel Franik. A little alone time is a good thing

Monday, 21 November, 2016

Photography by Pawel Franik

On His Own, a series of photos by Warsaw based photographer Pawel Franik, certainly highlights our insignificance upon this planet. Yet Franik is not so much trying to make a statement about loneliness as a social problem though, rather it is his view that we all need to spend a little time by ourselves, to pause and reflect. Yes, I can go for that.

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Anze Osterman’s Arctic Circle, not all ice sheets and endless nights

Friday, 18 November, 2016

Photo by Anze Osterman

Say the words Arctic Circle, and most people probably have visions of ice sheets, and nights that last for months. How fortunate we are then to have access to the work of people like Slovenia based photojournalist Anze Osterman, whose images, for his North To Nowhere collection, present a far more varied world than that of our impressions.

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Photos of the Australian coastline, taken by drones

Tuesday, 15 November, 2016

Photography by Gabriel Scanu

Sydney based photographer Gabriel Scanu has a drone, and he puts it to good use. Taking photos of the Australian coastline. Taking spectacular photos of the Australian coastline, I should say. His images don’t just feature Australia though, he also takes his drone with him, when travelling overseas. That means there’s something for everyone.

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Photos of out of the way places, and the wanderlust they invoke

Tuesday, 15 November, 2016

Photography by Bishnu Pokhrel

California based Nepalese photographer Bishnu Pokhrel invokes a sense of wanderlust, and a desire to visit quiet places far from the beaten track, through his images of travels across the US. More work can be seen on his 500px page.

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Strangers from the past, most probably dead, who walk our cities

Friday, 11 November, 2016

Photography by Frank Machalowski

An image from Leipzig based photographer Frank Machalowski’s series of works, titled “Ghosts of”. The subjects featured in his photos are “strangers from the past, most probably dead”, he says, yet here they are, today, and on the streets of contemporary European cities. It’s all a little spooky, but it’s also quite captivating. See more of his photography here.

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