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  • Archmospheres: inside the architects' office

  • Archnomspheres is the result of four photographers answering a question: What is the atmosphere of architecture in a photograph? Apparently what connects a person to the photograph he or she is looking at. Away from the cliches where the ever present blue & white images have replaced their black & white pre[...]
  • Archicollage

  • Archicollage That building reminds me of... How many times have we associated famous landmarks with something completely hilarious? This is exactly what London-based paper artist Rich McCor does with his archicollage series featured on Paperboyo, his Instagram page. He travels all around the world and "paperbombs" f[...]
  • Agoraphobic photo traveller

  • The marvels of traveling could turn into a true nightmare if you suffer from any kind of anxiety disorder. Agoraphobic Jacqui Kenny is one of them, and she managed to turn her "limitation" into something notable, almost universal. Based in London, she prefers to move within her comfort area, but still dreams of ope[...]
  • A concrete book for concrete architecture

  • Hungarian freelance photographer and photo journalist Gábor Kasza released a concrete book on concrete architecture: in his words “a poetic photo series about relationships”. It is like a contemporary opera set where stories take place in concrete spaces. Geometric patterns also draw the story on, as they return fr[...]
  • CROZ: do-it-yourself digital camera

  • Far from complex camera features and functions, CROZ is a Do-It-Yourself digital camera designed for the simple action of recording images and having fun. Created by Taiwanese Paper Shoot and Macau’s designer brand Hylé Design Macau, this ultracompact camera features only two bottons and a switch for photo effects [...]
  • Military food takeover

  • Anything can turn attractive when in good hands. A photographer, a videomaker and a chef completed an excellent branding exercise with a military food takeover. Chuck George, Jimmy Pham and Henry Hargreaves are three young creatives that teamed up to revive something as singular and unattractive as military food from[...]
  • America's libraries

  • For nearly three centuries, America’s libraries have served not only as a sanctuary for social and civic ideals of their moment, but also as public spaces where all members of the community are invited to learn, study, and contemplate the enduring pursuit of knowledge. Thomas R. Schiff captures the shifting archite[...]
  • Distorted cityscapes by Víctor Enrich

  • Well known for his strained architecture, artist and photographer Víctor Enrich released new works on distorted cityscapes. Touching contemporary social and political issues, he creates realistic scenarios of absurd or paradoxical situations. His work uses urban ‘intervention’ as a mean of social transformation: fr[...]
  • Miniature Calendar

  • For the past six years, Tatsuya Tanaka has been patiently creating miniature worlds for his online Miniature Calendar, diligently including his January days. Each image is a real setting made with everyday design objects that are inhabited by tiny humans. "Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once", he [...]
  • Colouristas

  • Other-on collects the works of two real "colouristas" that mix fashion and architecture, giving photography some geometry and geometry some colour. The result is a light and cheerful atmosphere that celebrates pigments. The two young photographers Michelle Cho and June Kim combine their visual skills, focusing on f[...]
  • Benjamin Grant: in the eyes of the gods

  • Benjamin Grant wants us to make a cognitive shift, understanding and perceiving the places we live in for what they really are, as a whole. The project, put together in a book, derives its name from an idea known as the “overview effect”, a term that refers to the sensation astronauts have when given the opportunit[...]
  • Mike Kelley's overcrowded skies

  • Have you ever seen such a busy airport? Mike Kelley’s aerial choreographies are actually made of thousands of real landing and take-off moments, shot in many different airports around the world. The very hard work behind these images is the key to their “natural” look, resembling birds flocks. Kelley studied Studio[...]