Today we are introducing Djamel Boucly as one of our new contributors. He is a Paris based photographer who has already shot for L’Officiel Paris, Redmilk Magazine and Fiasco Magazine. One of the fields he specialised in is capturing intense black and white portraits that create a Anton Corbijn feeling but with a more modern approach. He sat down with us for a little interview as an introduction to the readers.
There is nothing more iconic when we talk about destruction of the world than NYC devsted by Gremlins, Tsunamis, climatic chaos or alien starships, but when Cthulu comes everything is Lost
Anthonny Hibbert scares us with this serie of monumet buildings with Lovecraft tentacles.
Caesar Lima’s award winning photography has been featured in 8 pages of the Best of the Best Photographers 2013 Book. One Eyeland has ranked Lima as #14 in the United States and Lima is ranked #40 globally. Eyeland is a resource for ad agencies and creative directors to find unique images from photographers around the globe with different styles and techniques. For more images please go to: oneeyeland.com/caesarlima/member_home.php?pgrid=10161
The thing about “photographer, publisher, and more” Philippe Jarrigeon is that he can make inanimate objects look so lively, and animate subjects look even better. Born in France and trained in Switzerland, Philippe has done work for fashion designers and brands Baccarat, Dries van Noten, Maison Martin Margiela, Nike, and Swatch. His work has also been seen in publications Manifesto, Double, L’Officiel, and Wallpaper*; and has been on exhibition at the Fotomuseum Winterthur, the International Festival of Fashion and Photography.
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Hasse Nielsen was born in Copenhagen. He worked as an assistant of Bryan Adams and Camilla Akrans. In 2008 year awarded “Photographer of the year” in Denmark. Shoots fashion and advertising. Collaborates with H&M, Filippa K, Georg Jensen, V Magazine, Dansk, Harper’s Bazaar, etc.
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The Canadian photographer Nicolas Ruel has photographed 50 different cities, creating the “8 Seconds” project, begun in 2007 and continuing through 2015. Ruel uses multiple exposure method, as the title suggests, each photo is 8 second exposure. After capturing a particular scene, Ruel moves his camera and ends with the capture of a different perspective, getting these surreal multi-exposure photographs.