Unique experimental photographs from Matthew Brandt

Young photographer Matthew Brandt, based in Hollywood, California, has brought radical new experiments to the field of photography with his ingenious artworks that at times seem to make perfect sense, and at times seem to blow the mind away, but all of his pieces are beautiful and natural combinations for an rather experimental orthodox form…

Jim Shaw’s contortion of past pop culture

Artist Jim Shaw became famous for his collection of thrift store paintings that were displayed by prominent galleries and received  much criticism and applause. However, his personal work has a much bigger impact when soaked in by the beholder. The artist uses his vast collection of pop cultural artifacts in his work either as inspiration,…

Paolo Roversi’s exposing black and white photography

Paolo Roversi is a photographer from Italy that currently lives and works in Paris. He became interested in photography in his teenage years and experimented in a cellar he and another amateur used as a darkroom. As he met and connected with different people through his life his career evolved and became fruitful with many…

Jean-Francois Rauzier’s utopian manipulations

French artist Jean-Francois Rauzier invented and takes advantage of an interesting and intricate time-consuming process to produce his pieces. Despite their initial appearance of a detailed painting or drawing, each one of these pieces is a photograph of a sort. Or rather a collection of between 700 and 3,000+ photos, all captured, flattened, and stitched…

Beautiful, moody photography by Greg Ponthus

Greg Ponthus is a French photographer originally form Lyon who is now based in Brussels, Belgium. His contemporary style plays with lighting and color contrast to divide the pieces and create beautiful focal points. When photographing his human subjects he focuses on the delicate issue of creating a mood that permeates through the image and…

Contemporary polaroid art by Ellen Carey

Ellen Carey is an artist with a plethora of work (I have never spent so much time going through an artist’s website finding the images I wanted to feature) as she creates many pieces for each experimental process that she develops. She really is an example to any artist trying to find their niche in…

Argentinian Seba Kurtis’ politically-charged photographs

Photographer Seba Kurtis creates his series of beautiful photographs based on the issues that he finds surrounding him and in his personal life. When put into context, his sometimes minimalistic photos hold a light to real-world problems such as immigration and corrupt governments. Kurtis allows the viewer the freedom to explore and interpret his artwork…

Photographer LINNNN captures minimalistic, natural beauty

South Korean photographer LINNNN’s photos use subtleties in color and composition to accentuate and allow natural forms to breath and leave a lasting impression on the viewer. LINNNN remains for the most part anonymous and has refrained (as far as I can tell) from posting photos of herself or information about her background on the internet. The artist unifies her pieces…

Pastel courts and superimposed photos from Ward Roberts

Photographer Ward Roberts has developed an interesting concentration of work in capturing pictures of sports courts seemingly coated in soft, pastel colors. Ward’s desire to document these courts is rooted in his childhood growing up in Hong Kong where he saw unity in cultural differences among the plethora of kids from different backgrounds. The pastel colors…

Noemie Goudal’s challenges on reality and perception

Goudal is a French artist that graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 and has since been an artist based in London and Paris. The artist went through a relatively complex process of creating this black and white series in which she found intriguing concrete structures that have ties to standard normalities of everyday life…

Alessio Albi’s wonderlust photography

Albi started out his art career focusing on drawing and painting and never even began to take photos until the age of 24. Five years later he has become an established photographer featured in galleries internationally while also working as a nutritionist in Perugia, Italy. Alessio’s work is especially outstanding for his use of natural lighting that…