Lee Grant

Tuesday March 19, 2013

Canberra is the capital city of Australia, but sometimes it can also feel like a country town. It could be this clash that makes Lee Grant's photos so fresh.

Found Photography

Tuesday March 05, 2013

Chicago's John Maloof had the best 'thrift score' of all time when he bought a trunk containing 100,000 photo negatives by one of the most astounding undiscovered artists of the 20th century.

Morgan Silk

Tuesday February 19, 2013

Morgan Silk knows how to take photos and he also knows how to road trip. His site flicks from the humble towns around Tasmania to immense Mongolian monuments and tiered Philippine villages.

Jennifer Timmer Trail

Wednesday February 13, 2013

'Post-apocalyptic' is a pretty popular theme at the moment. Derelict houses. Abandoned theme parks. The entire city of Detroit... But ubiquity doesn't mean easy, and standing out among the detritus requires a certain talent.

Tomas Friml

Wednesday January 23, 2013

Through Tomas Friml's lens many of the world's most famous cities and landmarks don't look like themselves at all. 

Andrew Theodore Johnston

Wednesday January 02, 2013

There's something immediate and intimate about the work of Melbourne photographer Andrew Theodore Johnson, even when he's taking shots of abandoned cars in the middle of the Northern Territory. 

Art in Progress

Tuesday December 18, 2012

In "Art in Progress" photographer Leonora Hamill captures the fleeting magic of artistic creation and renders it static and corporeal. 

Not Where They Hoped They'd Be

Monday December 17, 2012

This is called the selfish generation, but it could be just as well labelled the disappointed generation – the generation for whom the world of opportunity they had been brought up to believe in no longer exists.

Greg Lomas

Thursday December 13, 2012

Greg Lomas's portraits have an immediate impact. Shot in Malawi, Tanzania, Ethiopia and South Africa, the Durban-based photographer captures each moment just right.

Jimmy Kets

Monday December 10, 2012

Jimmy Kets captured the smallest details of Belgium's tiny, intensely local 'people's cafes' in Smith volume five, and his back-catalogue makes for more than worthy viewing.