Jean-Baptiste Toussaint’s Framed Memories

Jean-Baptiste Toussaint‘s photography looks like lost frames of memories of people you’ve spent time with or things you’ve only looked at momentarily once in the past.

Steven Brahm’s Survival Projects

Creative survival strategies, beautifully documented by Steven Brahms.

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Christian Weber Photography

Christian Weber‘s photography definitely catches your attention. Whether it’s a screaming baboon or just a straight on portrait, his shots are memorable. My favorite is of the one and only Karl Lagerfeld.

Caleb Charland’s Bacteria Growth

Caleb Charland - Photography

Beautiful photographs by Caleb Charland documenting the growth bacteria on film.

Dave Mead’s Beard Portraits

Dave Mead - Photography
Dave Mead is an Austin based editorial photographer of exceptional skill, and he has used his powers for good by photographing some of the greatest beards the world has ever seen.

Sacha Goldberger’s Super Grandma

Sacha Goldberg - Mamika - Photography

Powerful, funny, inspiring series of pictures by French photographer Sacha Goldberger of his 91-year-old grandmother. She is definitely a heroic personality; as a young woman in World War II Hungary she helped to save her Jewish friends from the Nazis, and survived living under both Nazism and Communism before moving to France.

Peter Beste Misrepresented Communities

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.

Thomas Mailander’s Weird Fun

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.