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Stefano Gardel and his futuristic deserts

Stefano Gardel has taken pictures of hypnotic landscapes that take us to a distant galaxy, to an unknown planet, or simply, to our beloved Earth in a not very distant future, turned into an arid desert but overflowing with beauty. More than photographs, they look like sci-fi scenarios The Neon Desert series features together different images of […]

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A look into Cerro Gordo by David Black

David Black (Baltimore, 1980) is not an unknown artist. His name resounds loud and clear both in the current photographic scene, as well as in music. This American photographer and filmmaker has filmed artists such as Kim Gordon, Seu Jorge, Daft Punk, Cat Power, The Roots, and Pharrell Williams. Although his portraits and campaigns are fascinating, […]

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Meg Hewitt: achromatic viscerality

Discovering the work of Australian photographer Meg Hewitt (Sidney, 1973) is like plunging into a vast river that terrifies and attracts you at the same time and which will take you somewhere unknown. Her dark, ruthless and visceral imagery reaches its zenith with the series Tokyo is Yours, now published in a photobook bearing the same […]

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The landscapes of Dan Hocking

What do mines and quarries have that fascinate us so much? These mutant and mutable landscapes—caused by nature and/or humans, have a singular beauty, which turn them into almost alien spaces with which it’s hard to establish a visual dialogue. Its colours, shapes and constant changes are coveted by photographers and filmmakers, avid hunters of […]

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The world has become LEGO (or so it looks Michal Kulesza)

Imagine all of a sudden our world is made of Lego pieces. We get up in the morning, we have coffee and, instead of having our usual dose of liquid caffeine, we see dozens of Lego pieces around us that take us back to our childhood. A deconstruction of everyday life and objects by Michal […]

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The mysterious and beautiful depictions of Tokyo at sunset.

Tokyo’s photogenic qualities are undeniable. Hundreds of photographers from around the world have fallen for his visual charm and have captured the city’s characteristics neon lights, the hordes of diverse people that walk on the streets and, above all, its very special aura. But the photos of amateur photographer Masashi Wakui are far from that, offering mysterious […]

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Smells like TEENS Spirit

The internet is full of suggestive images. Considering that this wasn’t possible not so long ago, we very much want to recover the work of TEENS for the Catalogue made in The Six & Five Studio, founded by Andy Reisinger y Ezequiel Pini (both art directors and graphic designers) and based in Buenos Aires (take a look at their […]

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Star Wars x Pull&Bear

As you must know, we’re staunch fans de Star Wars, so today we’re extremely excited because Star Wars: The Force Awakens is finally here. We’ve chosen fast fashion brand Pull&Bear’s collection with a series of t-shirts, sweatshirts and accessories for men and women with the Star Wars logo Expectations around Episode VII are very high, […]

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Derek Ridgers shows us London clubs in the 80s

The latest project by Derek Ridgers, known for portraying like no one else the English urban tribes, takes us back to London in the 80s. The photographer has released a series of unpublished photos taken during the long nights in the city’s clubs, gathered together in a new book released by IDEA Books entitled The […]

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/ Foodie

Eating for Two

I’m not a mother. I’ve never been pregnant and, for now, the maternal instinct hasn’t knocked my door. My experience with kids has never gone beyond playing around or babysitting just a few times, or being woken up at midnight by the helpless cries of the twins on the 4th floor.  I couldn’t hide my […]

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