New York-based photographer, Peter Beste, definitely has style when it comes to his work. But an interesting second read characteristic of him is his compassion shown through his camera, particularly in his series Houston Rap I and II, where he documents the misrepresented people of the community’s outskirts.
French photographer, Thomas Mailaender, exudes so much humor into his documentations. I genuinely enjoyed looking through his gallery, through all the amazingly funny, and weird images. It would be amazing to put these images up on my wall as posters, or even just as postcards.
Noah Conopask‘s photography is dark, intriguing, and looks like stills from a dramatic movie. Every once in awhile you get a nice break from the darkness and into the light. Check out his blog here.
Thomas Hauser‘s photographs elevate everyday objects and scenes.
Magical series of images by French photographer Maia Flore.
Sexy, strange pictures by photographer Lovec Snov.
Photographs by Brisbane artist Michelle Knowles. She shows us the familiar next to the unusual in an attempt to transform the mundane into magical.
More imaginative spectacle by French photographer Estelle Hanania.