Tim Flach: Equus

Going back through millennia, horses have captured the human imagination in a way few animals ever do – from gracing cave walls as paintings, to appearing in our earliest mythology - the horse is an animal companion that is close to our collective human soul.

David Sims: Raw Fashion

David Sims' images are gritty, stark, and have an anti-fashion quality, depicting scenes of both beauty and a natural rawness.  His aesthetic carries over to his personal life – he and partner live in Cornwall in a 17th century farmhouse, where he impressively is known to regularly surf. 

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.  

ANDY GILMORE: Over and Over Again

ANDY GILMORE: Over and Over Again

Andrew Hall: Fleeting MomenTs

Andrew Hall photographs the ephemeral – - - fleeting moments of fragile and changing beauty that at times, can only exist outside our human capacity of perception. 

Torkil Gudnason: Body Vase

Torkil Gudnason's Body Vase juxtaposes flora with human curves, eroticism with innocence, and nature with it’s inherent beauty and allure. There is a quality of mysterious fascination within these images - they are charged with the charm that accompanies temptation.

Tim Flach: More Than Human

There is nothing quite like watching animals to spark within us our own sense of empathy and awe, as we recognize ourselves within these astonishing and beautiful creatures. 


KAI AND SUNNY: The Devil is in the Details

KAI AND SUNNY: The Devil is in the Details

Miss Aniela

Miss Aniela's series "Surreal Fashion"  is where beauty meets absurdity, and couture meets chaos.  Each image is suspended in a dreamy, glamorous world, filled with opulent characters.


Christopher David Ryan is the one-man design tour-de-force that is Atmostheory.  His portfolio and creative endeavors are surprisingly diverse, and span from the complex techniques seen in the work of Atmostheory, to the simplicity of his “Dailies”.



Giles Revell

Much of Giles Revell's work carries an underlying theme, a search for the essence of his subjects - often his images uncover an unseen property of the thing he is photographing, something that is at the heart of that thing's beauty.