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.
Born in Australia but now living and working in Tokyo, photographer Sean Wood has a unique approach when conveying Japanese culture and the nature that thrives there.
Using architecture as a reference and source of inspiration, Finnish photographer Ola Kolehmainen has been questioning our way of looking at the world for most of his career.
Photographer Asako Shimizu’s series ‘On Her Skin’ is both vivid and mesmerising. This collection has a timeless appeal with a resulting concept that’s quite poetic.
Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers own the Gentl and Hyers studio, living and working in New York City they photography and document a mixture of still life, travel, interiors and food.
Josef Schulz photographic documentation could be classed as “experimental”, capturing these environments in their natural state and using the computer to add and subtract certain elements from the photograph.
These beautiful abstracts by talented photographer Rasmus Norlander are truly something to behold. I don’t like to think in conventional terms when it comes to my photographic exploits.
Japanese photographer Tatsuyasu Watanabe appealed to me when I stumbled across his blog. He’s been working on a series titled ‘Season’ and has recently exhibited at a gallery in Japan.