SLF PRT

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The work of Chris Devour. Go get inspired here

IN EXTREMIS (bodies with no regret)

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The great work of Sandro Giordoan via boredpanda

“Terrão de Cima” – Ground from above

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The work of Renato Stockler

passengers

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Noticing people, their behaviour and reactions is the core element of this project. Capturing surface, which is human facial expressions, tells their individual stories as well as tendencies of life in the city. Apathy, exhaustion, anonymity, alienation and detachment… Public transport is where these things come across very vividly. Place where time gets distorted, people get carried away with their own matters, even though the environment is always changing and unstable. It is as if every person creates his/her own tiny private space. This project is a collection of private moments in public; spontaneous or still emotions of human beings in the routine of the city. A project by Ieva Aust, go check it out here

A friend came by the studio

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The work of Samuel Pettersson

Aerial Summer

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The work of Tom Blachford

Maurizio Galimberti

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Mosaics polaroid portrait by Maurizio Galimberti. Via designboom

a life in the woods slightly nsfw

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The work of Gene Guynn

Ramona Zordini

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Chancing times! Photography by Ramona Zordini

Auto Aerobics

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And roll….and stretch….and glide….and flex. The work of Chris LaBrooy.

Silvia Grav

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Great photography to discover over at Silvia Grav’s online portfolio

MODERN CLOSENESS

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The internet, mobile phones and other devices gave us the opportunity for unlimited contact with others. Whether it’s within our own homes, the same neighbourhood and on the other side of the world it’s „Call me”, „Text me” or „See you on Skype”. The advance of technology has redefined the concept of interpersonal relations. Technology makes our life easier but almost imperceptibly our lives have gradually become dependent on it. Does technology enrich our lives or make them more superficial? Or does technology give our lives a whole new meaning? Modern Closeness, is a photographic journey by Jingis Mat ,documenting effect the advance of technology has on our lives and on the way we humans relate to one another.

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