Archiv des Schlagworts: photography series

  • Censored

    Spanish photographer Álvaro Escobar has crafted a powerful series called »Censored«, a visual metaphor for China's strict censorship of media, political parties, religious organizations and other social movements and mass organisations. The complete series is available here. »Censored« by  ...    <span class= Weiter →

  • 18 months

    Toshiya Watanabe is a Fukushima native. After the big earthquake on 11 March 2011 causing the worst nuclear accident in the history of nuclear power, the government of Japan ordered its residents to leave their houses and apartments. Since then, ... Weiter →

  • Coming Soon

    In recent years, outsized billboards have spread the commercial hubs of New York City. Most are replaced after several weeks by others. Like background actors, participants stroll around in front of this super billboards. »Coming Soon« by Natan Dvir is ... Weiter →

  • Wilder Mann

    They become bears, stags, and devils. They evoke death but bestow fertile life. They live in the modern era, but they summon old traditions - people all over Europe like to dress up. French photographer Charles Fréger has sought out ... Weiter →

  • A Period of Juvenile Prosperity

    At the age of 17, Mike Brodie hopped his first train close to his home in Pensacola thinking he would visit a friend in Mobile, Alabama. Instead the train went in the opposite direction to Jacksonville, Florida. Shortly after, Brodie ... Weiter →

  • 33 More Abandoned Places

    This is the second part of Francesco Mugnai's series about abandoned places all over the world. 33 more strange and incredible images full of magic and mystic power. Nicosia Airport Nicosia Airpot, Cyprus ... Weiter →

  • Beautiful Abandoned Places

    A couple of months ago Francesco Mugnai made a very fascinating post about amazing abandoned places: 30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins I have ever seen. Abandoned Railroad in France Weiter →

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