Looking at Luke Byrne's photos feels like an endless roadtrip, which is beautiful and all, but you're cooped-up in an office looking at websites while he's on the road seeing the things to see. It's enough to make a man jealous.
Sydney photographer Christopher Ireland has a background in advertising and commercial portraiture, but he recently turned his eye toward some of the less-acknowledged spaces of Australian society.
Canadian photographer Andrew B. Myers shoots in a surreal, alternative reality of pale pastel colours, vintage objects and curious juxtapositions.
For the past 15 years Jeremy Blakeslee has taken the often dangerous journey into the magnificent remnants and ruins of America's industrial history.
By finding new angles on familiar subjects, UK photographer Jasper White creates images that trigger an emotional reaction.
In a discipline in which artists seem to prefer to let their images do all the talking for them, Phil Anderson is refreshingly candid about the process and motivations behind his photography.
We all know the internet is for watching videos of cats wearing funny hats and playing musical instruments. But here's something for dog folk - Maddie the Coonhound, balancing on things.
Daniel Lilley's portraits seem to be taken the moment after his subject puffed out his/her chest and presented their 'best side'. They're posing, but they're somehow caught off-guard.
Contemporary art meets Where's Wally whimsy in the work of Chinese artist, Liu Bolin ('The Invisible Man'), who paints himself into urban environments.
From the same red-headed mastermind that brought us the Independent Photography Festival, Tourisms is an online travel guide that cuts the crap.
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