Lino Russo is a young Graphic Designer and graduate student in Naples. These imagined cityscapes are almost familiar, but they exist no where.
Some of our favourite shots from the archives of National Geographic.
Ruth Orkin has become most famous for her photograph American Girl in Italy (the first in the American Girl series). The unstaged photo depicts Orkin's young room mate, Jinx Allen walking down the street in Florence. The photo has come to stand as a symbol for the way in which women experience public space.
Truong's work focuses on the simplicity of lines and geometry, re-envisioning our everyday surroundings to focus more on their geometric composition. Here's a selection of her work we hope you'll enjoy.
The Teddies were the first group to set them selves apart as a culture based on the fact that they were teenagers. This is literally the beginning of youth culture as we have come to know it.
French photographer, Normann Szkop, ventured up in a personally chartered plane to capture these aerial images of Anna Paulowna's tulip fields, located in the Northern Netherlands.
For your consideration, here is a selection of photos that capture emotional relationships between animals and soldiers.
This edition of 'Behind the Edge' features Jesolo Beach, Venice.
Winona was one of the most pervasive figures in 90's pop culture. Not only was she prolific in her career, but she dated a string of high profile men, most notably Johnny Depp, but also Dave Pirner of Soul Assylum, and later on in the decade, Matt Damon. Here is a selection of images cataloging Winona's style in the early days of her career.
In this new collection from established Alaskan photographer, Carolyn Marks Blackwood, she continues to examine the natural world.
Nature provided the inspiration and Bjarki filled in the rest, working in a big warehouse during one night shift to create the series. He says working through the night influenced the work; the images have a silent and glow-in-the-dark feel to them.
These photos have been selected from Michael Wolf's 'Architecture of Density', which captures a haunting modern day Hong Kong, and the seemingly endless buildings of the mega city. When taken at face value these images bring to mind geometric patterning and cellular life as opposed to home and hearth.