David Maisel: Mining
David Maisel's imagery of toxic mining sites will make you reassess what you describe as beautiful.
Gerald. Good dog
What started out as a quest to design an origami dog, has blossomed into a collaboration involving over a hundred different artists, and wonderful variety of limited-edition prints of their trusty companion.
Benjamin Bouchet's inventive still life images show a delightful urban flair and savvy.
Josef Schultz's images may sometimes have a computer game screen-like quality to them, but they combine real, photographic elements with into surreal scenes that at once can feel familiar, and slightly disturbing in their "perfected" state.
Ruben Ireland is a writer who tells his stories without words - each image will draw you deeper into the plot, as your mind fills in the details on each character, circumstance, and - before you know it - all the possibilities of what will happen next.
An unassuming piece of aluminum becomes a running man, simple pieces of paper become distinctly unique profiles of people - Kumi Yamashita creates in the media of light - and you will enjoy seeing the objects she uses to do so.
The otherworldly quality of Bruno Dayan's water imagery will draw you into a sensual world that will entice your imagination.
I am utterly mesmerized by Andrew Zuckerman's images for his book, "Bird". Perhaps it's because I can stare at these creatures so closely, and in such marvelous detail, that makes me enjoy the experience in a way I never could in real life.
Paul Lee's innovative techniques and classic graphic design sensibilities promises to surprise and delight.