Los Angeles’ Laura Taylor excels at taking beguiling photos that quietly demand your attention. Lending her talents to an exciting storytelling project called The Smartest Thing She’s Ever Said, Taylor’s mystique draws you in slowly but surely. You end up a little lost in her world, in the best of ways. Here, we talk to Laura about her approach to photography and end up with a craving for cake.
Stills from New York photographer and film maker Elle Muliarchyk‘s new film project. She dressed up model Meghan Collinson in ten different disguises and sent her to different New York based psychics, filming the interactions with hidden cameras. Each costume resulted in a different fortune. The stills are more reminiscent of a beautifully styled period film than hidden camera surveillance.
Kevin Guitierrez Haugen is a Portland based photographer and writer. His images are haunting, dramatic, and almost uncomfortably personal.
Richard Burbridge takes fashion photos that are creepy and amusing all at the same time. Check it out!
Australian born photographer David Jo Bradley documents the human condition in his photographs. I am really digging his work. Here are some photographs from his 2010 project on Mali, Africa.
Fine art photographer, Angela Bacon-Kidwell, creates incredibly nostalgic, and poetically narrative works that lull us into a dreamy state of mind.
Zhang Xiao, a Chinese freelance photographer, knows just how to grip the viewer’s attention. Incredibly nostalgic, and dream-like, these photos have a way of keeping themselves in our thoughts. I especially enjoyed his series entitled: They I, They II, and They III.
Artists Ralph Lagoi & Kate Lace’s recent series entitled “Love Land Invaders,” is a portfolio of fashion, art, and “luxurious pop” set in some of Japan’s extraordinary love hotels. I feel like I am peeping in on some superhero’s intimate moment!