Yosuke Kashiwakura has documented our conflict with nature through his photography in a subtle way, using underlying meaning to hint at some of the environmental issues we face.
The imagery here is of frozen methane bubbles that Japanese photographer Ryota Kajita finds on the icy surfaces in Fairbanks, Alaska. They really create the most amazing patterns.
Photographer Jung Jung Ho has created this series by departing from conventional composition and trying to tread the boundary between the visible and the invisible.
Jessica is a Canadian photographer who creates an assortment of abstract compositions, these vibrant colours and unique geometric shapes are created entirely within the camera.
Photographer Jiaxi Yang has relocated everyday objects and has changed their context and function, calling our attention to the items that we use and challenging how we interact with them.
Ever wondered about the Japanese and how they achieve such simplicity and a sense of calm within their homes? If you wanted to see this first hand I’d recommend this series of interviews.