“Close encounters with desolate places.” This is how Aaditya defines her photographs. From arid deserts to metropolises, her Instagram account immerses us into a purple coloured universe, tainted with nostalgia.
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Otura Mun is a drummer, producer, African-American singer based in Puerto Rico, as well as the founder and director of ÌFÉ, a musical project blending modern and traditional music. The artist also dabbles in photography, and presents some of his best creations on his Instagram gallery.
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“Photography is a complex art, which can either tell a story or record an event”, Jacob Mitchel, a San Fransisco based photographer writes. On his Instagram account, he reveals a colourful and geometrical vision of Uncle Sam’s country.
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Another photographer viewing architecture as geometrical creations.When he does not capture buildings, he takes us to the skies. Often minimal, Mr Konstantine’s images remind us of dreamy universes.
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“I am always intrigued by strong characters in a combination of strong light and deep shadows, trying to isolate my subject in its environment”, Paulus Ponizak – aka iso.null30 – paul** – tells Eyeshot magazine, a publication dedicated to street photography. This talented German photographer loves capturing reflections in public spaces.
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Whether Diego Contreras captures urban or architectural spaces, mystery lingers in his pictures. A musician sitting at the corner of a street, a mysterious being getting out of the water, or even an isolated silhouette on the beach… all of his characters seem to tell stories
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Street photographer Ryeo Baba presents, on his Instagram account, “a collection of vanishing moments”. Sometimes funny, sometimes poetic, his images illustrate the complexity of the urban jungle.
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