An insightful and personal look at the lives of transgender people living in the UK, superbly shot by Johan Peter Jønsson
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After a great re-launch of the website 4 months ago and steady growth of Darwin Magazine, we reached 100,000+ hits just in May alone!
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We recently interviewed a brilliant young photographer named Nathan Pearce about his current body of work ‘Mid West Dirt’. Find out more by clicking the link below!
Very pleased to announce our call for submissions for the summer issue!
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Its been a great day of fresh talent, and this one is no different. Mikey Brand sat down with us recently to talk about his recent project ‘Strays’. Click the link below to see more!
We’ve been spending time with the work by Ryan Chang this weekend, brilliant young photographer doing interesting things with photography, check out his work and our thoughts below.
Editors Pick : Ettore Moni - Case Sospese
"The photos were taken in the locality OstigliaOstiglia, a comune in the Province of Mantova in the Italian region Lombardy, located about 160 km southeast of Milan and about 30 km southeast of Mantova.
Hanging Houses The project started at the end of June 2013 to end at the end of August 2013
The photos were taken in July 2014 in the morning at around 9.30 am,
The fact of taking photographs with an View Camera is in part a technical factor, (I never come close to digital) if you do some shots with my phone, (slowness in place themselves, in choosing the frame before to put under the black cloth, in the great print quality, the poetic way of approaching to the photo to make) is a way in which you shoot and still stubbornly working within the great tradition of August Sander, Bernd and Hilla Becher, or Weston, or even more ‘contemporaries like Joel Sternfeld or Gabriele Basilico a manner that is deliberately anachronisticas if you were members of a species almost extinct, perhaps as these Hanging Houses on the great river that flows slow but steady!
Was born from me is my friend / assistant David with the King of Po, a man who lives his entire time on the right bank of the river in the village of Boretto, Reggio Emilia, had attracted me because he is famous for having built trunks and branches that the river carries a workabout 30 meters long and 8 high that he calls “the ship,” and I had gone there to photograph it.
Speaking with him, it turns out that he lives on the other side of the bridge throughout the year a man inside a trailer in floodplain area, itintrigues me and I’m going to know this person, from that meeting came the idea to photograph homes along the river while still resisting the river and fashions. follow the river I found this boat” - Ettore Moni
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Check out our latest run of articles on the four finalists for the Dfutsche Borse Photography Prize 2014, starting with Richard Mosse.
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Over on our website today, we shared a few words on Jason Lazarus’ project NIRVANA, to make the 20 years since the loss of Kurt Cobain tomorow (5th april)
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"The children and i started working on the alphabet book project three to four years ago. the entire process has been a friend and family collaboration. it evolved as the book developed. i shot many different variations of some of the letters . and soon i realized some of the images could represent more then one letter . the whole process was like building a house with a very strong foundation. i could have been done with the project after the first year i had an image for each letter. however it needed to be perfect . every image had to be great ! how does one know when they are done . when you look at your project and it just feels done ! i kept shifting things around and rejected others. the entire time we worked on the project i would always call it the “alphabet book ” however when it came down to pick a title i wanted to call it “bear boy” this is one of my favorite titles in the book and instead of using the bear boy image we would match it with the instant ingognito image. a week before we went to print we decided to just call the book “alphabet book” . this would be less confusing . in the end i am so glad we made this choice it is just what it is and so simple. ” ALPHABET BOOK ” !!!!! XXXXXXX below is the link to one of the first articles written about the book.when i read the article it reminded me we were originally going to call the book ” BEAR BOY ” even though it was only 4 months ago i had almost forgotten about it ….."
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