Photography by Will Robson-Scott
“Since dogs were first domesticated and an affinity has developed between
them and their owners; not only do they frequently resemble each other.
They even share personality traits and mirror each other?s behaviour.
Dogs can be deliberately used for this purpose of conveying whatever the
owner finds desirable. Often the affinity is less conscious, the master
is unaware how much he looks like his dog. Project done in association with Ollie Grove.”
See the full project at www.willrobsonscott.co.uk
“The collection of the latest photos of the young artist Luka Klikovac represents an exiting and creative play of colored fluids. Through his camera lens he reveals realistic and tangible space where wondrous motions of strange forms occur, thereby creating psychedelic effects. The author is fascinated with the diversity of surreal depths and spaces created by unpredictable laws of motion of colored fluids. His imagination, artistic sensibility and knowingly caused “randomness” in a glass of water, lead viewers to an endless adventure, full of surreal and timeless scenes. When experimenting with light Luka Klikovac creates an illusion of the polar illumination that springs out from hidden fountains. Various hints and implies occur in the eyes of the beholder – materialized visions of the distant galaxies, stardust and miraculous fluorescent life forms of the Jules Vernes’ ocean depths, as well as images of brightly colored organic elements.The author allowed himself a little fun when letting disappear the reality of place and time, materialization and narrativity, and using none of digital photography visual effects. This series of images of Luka Klikovac promotes, so to speak, a specific field of abstract photos wherein he explores the possibilities of his creative expressions. The author emphases that his vision and goal is to make people escape from the daily routine and points out that these images should be understood as Rorschach stains- Branimir Karanović”
“I am a street photographer based in Liverpool, UK and started the Streets of Liverpool project in 2010 to document my life in hometown. I’m also a member of the Fab Collective, a group of photographers who came together after the cities Capital of Culture celebrations in 2008. Liverpool is such a small city and for street photography that can sometimes be a blessing when your legs are tired, it can also often be frustrating too as it can frequently feel like you’re covering the same ground over and over again. However it does make you work harder to look for those little subtleties and idiosyncrasies of the city – Jane MacNeil.”
Photography by Peter Gehrke
Mona Johannesson – Elle Sweden – The Beloved Country
Photography by Tim Walker
Daphne Groeneveld – Dior Addict Campaign
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