Searching for Spomeniks

Friday June 21, 2013

Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers never set out to 'discover' anything, but when planning a PhD at art school, he stumbled upon spomeniks.

Q&A with David Dare Parker

Wednesday June 19, 2013

Whether it’s dodging bullets or just navigating Third World transport systems, it takes both art and courage to capture the kinds of images photojournalist David Dare Parker does on a regular basis. He spoke to us about taking photos under pressure, and how you can too.

Otis Ike

Monday June 10, 2013

Photographer Otis Ike is not afraid to go undercover amidst all manner of right wing zealots –even those toting guns at an NRA convention.

Dude Pics

Tuesday May 28, 2013

In between being both the little Lebowski and the bad guy in Iron Man, recording his own country album and basically being the best aging hippy around, Jeff Bridges is also a photographer.

Rä di Martino

Wednesday May 22, 2013

In a recent issue of the Virginia Quarterly Review, writer Jesse Dukes took a fascinating trip to real-life Tatooine: the desert sets in Tunisia left over from Star Wars. Now photographer Rä di Martino has taken the pics to match.

Chris Buck

Saturday May 11, 2013

There is a skill to taking a decent portrait that most of us don't possess; the evidence is all over Facebook and inside phones.

Desert Pitches

Saturday April 27, 2013

A rousing game of soccer or touch football isn't something you usually associate with the Rub' al Khali desert, but Dick Sweeney's Desert Pitches prove that sometimes sport happens in unlikely places.

Florian Groehn

Monday April 22, 2013

There's a certain sheen to Florian Groehn's photography, whatever his subject. His work ranges across advertising, editorial, design and fashion, but it's when Groehn gets off the beaten track that things get really interesting.

Scoreboard Pressure

Tuesday April 16, 2013

It's the dying minutes of the match. Someone snaps a goal. Where do you look? The scoreboard. 

The Travelling Darkroom

Saturday April 13, 2013

The Photo Palace Bus is a nine metre 1978 Gillig bus, which was converted by Russian-born, San Diego-based photographer Anton Orlov nearly a year ago.