To Resolve Project
Happy Chinese New Year! It's a good day to take a peek at the To Resolve Project - a visual showcase of New Year resolutions for 2014. Instead of making a list of resolutions, what if you could SEE your resolution every day? That's what Chris Steger wondered - and so the To Resolve Project was born.
The quiet, introspective work of Trine Sondergaard thoughtfully reveals the landscapes within the mind, no matter what subject she choses to explore in front of her camera. Each image is filled with a potential that goes beyond what is actually depicted – and often the real subject of each photo is not so much what is shown, but what is not shown.
Today begins the Year of The Horse - and a good start may be with Jill Greenberg's series on the subject. Her unusual approach gives her portraits and studies of their form a fresh, dynamic edge. The beautiful detail in which she has chosen to render them – using a camera better suited to studio portraiture than a moving animal – is mesmerizing.
Billy und Hells
Billy and Hells have a wonderful way of noticing – noticing what others might overlook, or minimize. Their models brim with their own personalities – and Billy und Hells does a wonderful job of noticing that spark of life, and capturing it for us to see and enjoy ourselves.
I Love Dust
UK-based I Love Dust is a multi-disciplinary design studio whose fresh, innovative designs have garnered both accolades and awards. Go ahead - I bet you'll love dust, too.
Ben Roberts: Amazon Unpacked
Ben Roberts writes, "I was sent on assignment by the Financial Times Weekend Magazine to photograph people and places in and around Rugeley (UK) ... The arrival of Amazon to occupy a huge warehouse in the town was originally seen as being a boost to the local economy, but has it turned out that way? "
Michael Schnabel: Art
There is a subtlety to Michael Schnabel's Fine Artwork – a simplicity that belies the depth each image holds - if you are willing to slow down in this frenetic world, and take the time to really see, you will be rewarded with a certain quality of calm profoundness, hidden within each image.
A prism can appear simple – and then you pick and up, and the nimble dance of light within, as well as on the walls around you, let you know that what appears to be straightforward, can also be magical. Phillip Low creates one-of-a-kind, hand-faceted lucite geometric sculptures whose radiant glow is sure to hypnotize.
At only 21 years old, Flora Borsi is certainly a talent to watch for the future. A recent graduate of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest, her work is already garnering attention from major collectors and publications around the world.