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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Folio: Omission by Ethan Lo

Ethan Lo was born in Hong Kong and is a recent graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design majoring in photography. Many of Ethan’s projects are long term and revolve around land use and human-altered landscapes; his hope is that the photographs can raise questions and bring environmental awareness to the world. In…

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Folio: Line 1 by Christina Hudson

Self-taught photographer Christina Hudson is a Pittsburgher by birth but has spent most of her life in Athens, the capital city of Greece. Christina earned her BA in English Language and Literature and has worked as a teacher and an editor. Line 1 is a series documenting the Greek electric railway line number 1 that…

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Folio: Jens Windolf

Jens Windolf trained as an architect before working as a graphic designer and has always had an interest in interiors and what they say about their inhabitants. Jens’ photography captures that something that remains long after the former occupants have gone – the ghosts. The nondescript furnishings add an ambiguity to the scene, sometimes quite…

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Folio: Simon King

Simon King is a London-based fine-arts photojournalist and street photographer. His work captures the everyday surreal through an emphasis on limited shape and colour, and interesting characters. He is inspired by the cinematic frame and the storytelling techniques of the great photographers such as Steve McCurry or Walter Rothwell. He takes a slow approach to…

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Folio: On the Waterfront by Wong Wei-him

Wong Wei-him is a street photographer and architect based in Hong Kong. Shooting on his Leica M6 using Kodak Portra 160 or 400, Ivan documents the scenes and candid moments that he encounters on his regular walks around the iconic harbourfront. Away from the bustling centres of Hong Kong and Kowloon, the waterfront provides a…

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