Using Lao-tzu as inspiration, Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto looks to represent noises that humans are not capable of hearing.
Inspired by abstract compositions, New York photographer Mary Ellen Bartley has layered vacant sleeves on a lightbox to create unique shapes and forms.
Bruno Suet’s photography is an intriguing look at how we as humans find ourselves designing both interior and exterior spaces.
Los Angeles based photographer Nicholas Alan Cope has produced some inspiring architectural photography. Its brutal nature, guided by a monochrome effect, is very impressive.
Japanese photographer Naoko Tamura captures these exquisite photographs of our everyday environment, distorting the subject at hand using a film camera so we question the direct meaning.
Picking hazy natural subjects for her photographs, Finnish Photographer Katja Hagelstam captures the photos as she views them with her own eye, creating mystery and wonder.
These architectural monoliths have captured the interest of photographer Jan Kempenaer, who has documented them with his camera.
A selection of photographic work by American artist Matt Niebuhr that looks closer at nature to reveal the patterns of repetition and form that inspire much of his drawing work.
Sjoerd Knibbeler & Rob Wetzer have collaborated on The Bonsai Project, thanks to their fascination for the experience of nature and the cultivation of our natural environment.
Vancouver based photographer Tanaka Yoshiori highlights Glassblower Yamato Ishioka, showing him working behind closed doors at his studio in Yasaka village, Nagano.