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Hengki Koentjoro

Gregory Colbert is a Canadian-born photographer and filmmaker. He traveled to a number of different places such as Burma, Kenya, and Namibia to film and photograph the interaction between humans and animals.Ashes and Snow is Colbert’s ongoing and highly regarded project that made its debut in 2002.

Shahir Zag

Retrato a Julian by Alejandro Maestre

Bodyscapes® by Allan Teger

I remember the moment that the idea for Bodyscapes® came to me. I was thinking that the shape and structure of the universe repeated itself
at every level and suddenly I had the image in my mind of a skier going down a breast. This was it - the universe repeating its shapes -
a body looking like a mountain. It was also an example of two realities coexisting. the picture could be seen as a landscape and it could also be seen as a body.
although they were different, both perceptions were right at the same time. I knew instantly that I had an entire series of images waiting to be captured on film

Kohjiro Kinno
Diving (2012 Olympics in Instagram) by Robert Beck/SI

Diving (2012 Olympics in Instagram) by Robert Beck/SI

Erin Quigley
Linn Arvidsson by Billy Kidd

Linn Arvidsson by Billy Kidd

Statue Of Liberty In Paris, 1877-1885

Unearthed photos of the Statue of Liberty being built in Paris before she was dedicated to the people of America, currently on display at the New York Public Library.

Trace Heavens by James Nizam

Max Vadukul is a photographer born in 1961 in Kenya and spent his childhood in London. He also lived in Paris and now lives in Manhattan, NYC. His portraits of celebrities are known worldwide. He is a follower of “art reportage”, passionate about the fact of putting reality in art. 

(From top to bottom: Amy Winehouse, Karl Lagerfeld & Janelle Monae)

 Pinpin Co originally hails from the People’s Republic of China, but is currently based out of Tokyo, Japan. Pinpin Co uses intricate lines and patterns (similar to traditional Henna art) to decorate and adorn the bodies of her human subjects.