Darren Hayman, the British artist and musician who fronted the band Hefner, felt a pang of longing as he walked his dog at night. Continue reading »
It was just another day in the life of an average duck, waddling around and quacking to its heart’s content, when suddenly a question hit him like a bolt of lightning: “Who am I?” That simple question sparked an existential crisis, leading the duck to ponder the purpose of its existence. Can a duck do more than just quack and eat breadcrumbs? Is that all there is to life? It’s a feeling that many of us can relate to. Continue reading »
In Jeremy Miranda’s paintings, colorful lights that are hung on trees and along gutters create a warm, vibrant atmosphere on gloomy winter evenings. Continue reading »
According to a photographer Alex Forst: “One year ago, I decided to step up my night sky game and modify the sensor of my camera. The modification expands the light spectrum, which makes it possible to see the Ha emission nebulas in the night sky.” Continue reading »
In yet another development that Vincent van Gogh couldn’t have possibly imagined during his lifetime (without the assistance of the Doctor that is), LEGO has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on a 2316-piece LEGO set thats based on his iconic 1889 painting The Starry Night. Continue reading »
Between 1975 and 1977, sometimes five nights a week, photographer Michael Abramson traveled from his northern Chicago suburb to the South Side, rambling from nighttime hotspots like Perv’s House and the Five Fingers Social Club to the High Chaparral and the New Jazz Showcase Lounge. Continue reading »
“For over ten years I took part in design and production of my fathers leather company. In 2010 I established my own brand ‘crambox creating’. I started photography to showcase my creations but soon photography also became a big part of myself. The ways of expressing this world through what I capture was limitless. Now as a photographer and creator I continue to develop, innovate and inspire to meet my clients needs.” – Omi Continue reading »
Anthony Presley lives and works in Memphis Tennessee. In 2019, he received his Bachelors in Fine Arts in Studios at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Presley’s film work has been included in over 30 film festivals including the Chicago International Genre Film Festival. Continue reading »
Photographer and illustrator Rolling Mackey travels around the city of Kanazawa at night and takes pictures of the streets illuminated by neon lights. Continue reading »
Creepy lights and shadowy figures haunt the night with a provocative otherworldly ambiance in these nighttime scenes by photographer Briscoe Park.
Our imaginations compulsively inject our fears into the voids and shadows of the world, an organic algorithm filling in the blank spaces with irrational data from the deepest reaches of our psyche. We’re both haunted and cursed by the inescapable inevitability that we need to, and will, fill the emptiness with something. Continue reading »
According to Lucius Felimus, Manila’s cyberpunk photographer: “My name is Jaime Javier, but I also go by my artist moniker Lucius Felimus.
Being an architect by trade has trained my eye for buildings and urban environments. I started photographing architecture and cityscapes as part of my course requirements back in college. However, it was only in the summer of 2019 that I really took photography seriously. Continue reading »
Production of postcards blossomed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As an easy and quick way for individuals to communicate, they became extremely popular. Continue reading »
According to Clement Merouani: “I’m Clement Merouani, a French Art & Creative Director based in Paris.
I love trying out new things, exploring various styles and techniques, and delving into them through an emotional and aesthetical lens. I try to create powerful imagery by focusing on composition and editing. Continue reading »
Back in 2016, in a time when, if we had been told what would happen in 2020, we probably wouldn’t have believed it. The Milanese photographer and art director Alessandro Zanoni lived in Wuhan, a Chinese city that absolutely everyone knows since a few months. From his apartment, the artist observed each evening the market which formed the pattern of the city’s nightlife, its stalls full of goods and its sellers, sometimes alone on their stand, late in the night. Continue reading »
Here is an Instagram account filled with poetry. Theadventuresofastrangesoul’s gallery makes up a unique universe, coloured with deep blues and reds. When this mysterious photographer doesn’t capture the starry sky, he shoots buildings facades and lit windows, tempting us to invent thousands of stories. Continue reading »
Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde’s latest artwork GROW is an homage to the beauty of agriculture. In the world film premiere GROW appears as a luminous dreamscape of red and blue waves of light over an enormous field. GROW is inspired by scientific light recipes which improve plants’ growth and resilience. Continue reading »
Aishy is a French art director and photographer with a passion for Japanese urban spaces. From December 2019 to January 2020, he spent many nights on Tokyo’s streets to capture the fascinating atmosphere caused by neon lights as well as the hustle and bustle on and off the streets. The images of the series convey a striking cyberpunk mood. Continue reading »
“Perfect Darkness”: Foggy Nights and Melancholy Landscapes in Cinematic Photographs by Henri Prestes
The moody and melancholic aesthetic that pervades the work of Henri Prestes, a photographer and cinematographer based in Southern Europe, looks and feels exactly like a suspense film… You can almost hear music as you look at them. Continue reading »
1960s in Hong Kong continued with the development and expansion of manufacturing that began in the previous decade. The economic progress made in the period would categorise Hong Kong as one of Four Asian Tigers along with Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. Continue reading »
Quiet Nights In The City: Photographer Captures Beautiful Photos Of Everyday Scenes In Large Metropolitan Cities At Night
In the photo series, French photographer Axel Corjon captures beautiful yet fairly-eerie photos of everyday scenes in large metropolitan cities in the middle of the night. Continue reading »
“Northern Lights” is a new series of photos by French photographer Fabrice Wittner, who used stencils, light painting, and long exposure photography to combine historical portraits of Inuit people into modern-day polar night landscapes. Continue reading »
iPhone photographers around the world answered the call to participate in the Night mode photo challenge, sharing their captivating Night mode images shot on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. A curated panel of judges selected six winning photos from thousands of submissions worldwide.
Konstantin Chalabov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11 Pro
“Konstantin’s photo is a super-dramatic image shot with Night mode. It could be the opening shot of a great Cold War spy movie. It challenges us with intriguing questions — ‘Where is the driver? Where are they going? Why stop out here?’ A cool mist permeates the blue Russian hillside and snow-covered ground, framing the lonely vehicle with bright red lights that hint at an unknown danger.” Continue reading »
According to Guillaume Prugniel Jechoux, a french photographer based in Berlin: “A few years ago, biking around with a friend during a warm summer afternoon, we found an abandoned factory. Of course, we got inside. Little did I know, that it was the beginning of a still going love story with forgotten places! Continue reading »
Something about your eerie hometown street at night has haunted people for ages. The way darkness can be the visual representation for silence. Most fear the dark, but artist Aakaash Bali finds a very different comfort in the loss of light. Continue reading »