Category Archives: polaroid/photography
Orania, for those who are not familiar, is a controversial Afrikaner community in the Northern Cape, South Africa. The land was bought in 1990 as a stronghold for Afrikaner nationalists by Professor Carel Boshoff, son-in-law of the infamous former apartheid president … Continue reading
Sisters of Sclerder is a captivating project by photographer Ibolya Fehrer, documenting the quiet and humble existence of nuns in The Carmelite Monastery in Cornwall. “The Carmelite order is one of the oldest and strictest among the female contemplative orders. … Continue reading
I’ve seen the work of collage artist Matthieu Bourel before – but his collaboration with Mexican photographer Anairam for L’Officiel Mexico really made me take notice. I love the flat, yet multi-dimensional affect of these images. Really beautiful.
The laid back aesthetic of Manuela Sosa’s house in “the pastoral hills of Vallvidrera, just outside Barcelona” is an inviting and understated home. Manuela is a florist who runs the flower studio, ‘Gang and the Wool‘ from a greenhouse on her … Continue reading
Dog Walkers is a photographic series of portraits by South African photographer Marc Shoul commissioned by the Joburg Photo Umbrella 2014. Each portrait captures a familiar sight in Johannesburg – that of a domestic worker or gardener walking their employers’ dogs … Continue reading
Carl Kleiner is a photographer with an impeccable eye for art direction. Every element of his work is carefully considered and meticulously put together. He first caught my attention with his work for IKEA. Postures is one of his more recent … Continue reading