Light play and digital creations fill Moteh’s Instagram account. This visual artist creates dreamy or surrealist scenes. By mixing urban and naturel elements with futuristic inventions, he builds a unique and fascinating world.
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Brazilian designer and photographer, Euclides Faccin is a sucker for vivid colours and geometric forms – an allusion to his name, perhaps? He is also interested in how the notions of culture and identity can be illustrated through design and image.
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@apricotberlin’s Instagram gallery is owned by Jess and Tiago. Two artists from Germany and Portugal. Both specialize in portrait and capture their models with a certain nostalgia. By playing with light, composition and settings, they turn each image into a compelling narration.
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Photographer Kelly Lovett, aka sail.ya.moon captures the world in analogue. Fascinated by fleeting moments, she immortalizes with elegance simple gestures, the fleeing colours of the skies, or even the moving light of the sun on the Canadian mountains. A delicate and poetic account.
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Through street photography, many artists played with reflection, store or building windows. By using this method, Canadian photographer Ryan Catay, also known as Phraction, manages to create interesting compositions, turning his images into abstract paintings.
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We hardly know anything about the photographer hiding behind the pseudonym of Halberstam, except that he likes to play with the transparency of windows. He seizes instants of abandonment, when no one notices his lens.
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Based in Berlin, Julia Nimke spends most of her time travelling, turning her Instagram gallery into a visual notebook. Wild landscapes and mysterious portraits fill her account. A minimal and exotic account.
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