One Memento

Monday October 29, 2012

When every piece of technology we own seems to have a camera in-built, the static image has become universal, instantaneous, weightless. A photography experiment from Belfast seeks an antidote to all that.

John Cullen

Wednesday October 24, 2012

A one-time struggling ad writer turned up-and-coming don of Canadian photography, John Cullen's doing pretty well these days. 

The Incomplete Dictionary of Showbirds

Wednesday October 17, 2012

U.K. photographer Luke Stephenson is no stranger to obsession. 

Art + Science = Magic

Monday October 01, 2012

Einstein said, with some prescience: "The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science." 

'Tree' in Amsterdam

Thursday September 20, 2012

In volume four we get to grips with Myoung Ho Lee's haunting and magical Tree series, strangely compelling photos of isolated trees against a white fabric background in the stark, beautiful South Korean countryside.

Lexi Lambros

Tuesday September 11, 2012

Brooklyn-based photographer Lexi Lambros has a definitive eye on contemporary New York.

Canadian photographer Michael Graydon makes minutely observed postcards from an inviting elsewhere.

Silver and Light

Friday August 31, 2012

Ian Ruhter is travelling around America taking its picture, but he's using a very unique camera and an outmoded photographic technique.

Love Don't Live Here Anymore

Tuesday August 28, 2012

Just like face recognition technology, model skeletons and double-jointed elbows, abandoned places tow the line between creepy and cool.

Illuminated Landscapes

Saturday August 25, 2012

It's only a matter of time before someone uses one of Montreal photographer Benoit Paillé's "Alternative Landscapes" as an album cover.