Ela Zubrowska

Ela Zubrowska, a freelance graphic designer and photographer, brings us a powerful series of work inspired by the relationship between water and humans.

Simen Johan

Simon Johan‘s wilderness photographs and sculptures are like portraits of animals you’d want to meet.

Born in Norway and having studied in New York and Sweden, Johan’s work has been exhibited and showcased in many venues including LACMA, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and none other than Beautiful/Decay Issue J!

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Manuel Vason

Italian born, London based artist Manuel Vason explores the relationship between performance art and photography.

Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf‘s high gloss photography has a dark twist that I just love.  His Royal Blood and Grief series were my favorite, though all of his sets have quirky themes to them.

Michael Flores

Some of Los Angeles based photographer Michael Flores’ awesome work.

Andrés Medina

Most of Andrés Medina‘s photographs are of places and things we might overlook or have forgotten about.

Leif Huron


Leif Huron
incredibly captures his subjects in awesome vibrancy and beautiful tonality. Huron’s photographs are incredibly detailed and are a treat to the eyes; especially the portrait series. Done in high key, the color contrast of white skin and background to rich colored hair and strikingly deep colored eyes makes for one hell of an image.

Kate Bieschke

Kate Bieschke’s narrative photographic series, Performance for the Camera, revolves around the theme of having grown up as the “wild child.” She addresses nostalgic internal issues of needing drama, connection, rejection, and solitude. Through her own relatable explorations, she invites the viewer to anonymously reflect on their self as well.