New Dividers of the Purple Rage by Zeno Gill

New Dividers of the Purple Rage is a new analogue street photography series from NYC photographer Zeno Gill. The series saw Zeno take his Canon AE-1 to the streets of Manhattan and the Westchester suburbs north of the city. The film stock used was Lomography’s Lomochrome Purple – the look of the film modeled on…

The Centre of Spare-time Activities by Benjamin Le Brun

This ever-so-slightly surreal series comes from French photographer Benjamin Le Brun. With a background in Urban Planning, it is no surprise that the ever-expanding shopping mall is a source of fascination for Benjamin. They are no longer just a collection of shops, but now aim to attract and cling on to their customers with all…

Folio: Silent Moscow by Hermes Pichon

Despite having been introduced to photography as a teenager, it wasn’t until the age of 21 while studying political science and economy, that Hermes Pichon realised that his passion for photography could be much more than just a hobby. “I am, among many things, a documentary and street photographer. My practice of photography basically involves…

Folio: Kala Barba-Court

Kala Barba-Court was born in the Philippines and now lives and works in Moscow, Russia. A freelance interior photographer by profession, Kala enjoys the process of slowing things down for her personal projects, preferring to shoot in analogue format. Kala is editor of PlainMagazine.com and Shopikon.com and regularly contributes to Fubiz.net. “I move countries a…

Folio: Huis Clos by Kathleen Meier

Kathleen Meier is a photographic artist living in France. Her work is a study of human psychology – how do we react when faced with given situations? How does our education, our experiences and our culture shape our feelings and emotions? The series Huis Clos puts the viewer in a somewhat uncomfortable position – these…

Folio: The Beauty of Decay by Michael Schwan

Michael Schwan is a photographer working in Freiberg, Germany. Michael has been involved with photography for many years and, today, specialises in fine-art landscape photography and urban exploration. A particular passion is to visit and document abandoned places – the search for suitable locations leading him across the length and breadth of Europe. Enjoy… See…

Folio: RGB Nights in São Paulo by Antoine Séguin

Antoine Séguin grew up in a typical french suburban landscape of the 1980s – individual housing lots on the edge of a small semi-rural village. The agricultural surroundings were the backdrop to his childhood, between the concrete grain silos and the cooling tower of the nearby nuclear power plant, standing up proudly in the countryside…

Folio: Ian Robert Wallace

Ian Robert Wallace is a New York City-based editor and cinematographer who has been shooting B&W film for the past two years. He was drawn to the medium after becoming enamored with the work of the masters of New York street photography including Saul Leiter, Helen Levitt and William Klein. His high contrast images of…

Folio: Tokyo by Max Rempe

Born in the small Bavarian lakeside town of Tegernsee, Max Rempe moved to Munich to study photography and began building his photography career working across the globe as a photo assistant. In 2017, Max established himself in Munich and is now working as an advertising and documentary photographer. The fascinating interaction between Japanese minimalist architecture…

Folio: Structure Photography by Nikola Olic

Nikola Olic is a Serbian photographer living and working in Dallas, Texas. Nikola’s focus is on architectural photography and abstract structural quotes that re-imagine their subjects in playful, dimensionless and disorienting ways. His photography has appeared in various galleries, art events, museums, magazines, newspapers and websites around the world. “Each photograph in this collection is…

Exhibition: Easton Nights by Peter Ydeen

Easton Nights is the new exhibition from photographer Peter Ydeen. It is a story of an American city which begins with a world we often see as mundane reality, only to reveal cascading layers of mystical and romantic stages. Backyards, car lots, trucks, houses, signs and faceless Toyotas work together forming surreal environments one might…

Folio: Requiem Pour Pianos by Romain Thiery

Romain Thiery is a French professional photographer and pianist specialising in capturing portraits of forgotten pianos in abandoned buildings across Europe. Through his work, Romain is fortunate to be able to blend the two artistic worlds closest to his heart: photography and pianos. The locations that he looks for have to fulfill certain criteria that his…