Berlin-based photographer Helin Bereket has traveled to Oman, Namibia, Lebanon, and Nevada in search of something bold and different to document. Looking beyond the grey concrete of the German capital is inspiring her travels in search of architectural uniqueness. Read more
When Matt Gondek first picked up a paintbrush he got inspired by a big stack of Mickey Mouse sketches he had begun for a freelance project. In one sketch Mickey’s head was exploding. When he finished his first painting, he began another, and then another. At that moment he had developed his signature style of painting, and a few years later is still creating the deconstructed cartoon characters and fractured pop icons of our childhood. Read more about Matts endeavors here. Read more
Like "stills from movies that were never made," is how Christopher Soukup sums up his photography. While San Francisco sleeps and Pacific Ocean fog rolls into the Bay Area, Christopher is transforming the still and eerie streets into cinematic masterpieces.
Before instant messaging, showing off well-laid dinners, and listening to every genre under the sun in one day existed a pre-internet age with nostalgic devices. But have we become too dependent on them? Creative Thomas Ollivier explores this idea through his Re:Birth series. Read more