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Luminescence by Michael Taylor

From a scientifical point of view Luminescence is an emission of light by a substance not resulting from heat but from an artistic point of view it is a quite interesting way to explore light itself. Michael Taylor is playing with the light in an attempt not only to discover its unique characteristics but also to offer a totally unique perspective of this element.

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Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf’s art visualizes implicitly the unspoken, the overlooked, that typically resist easy documentation. Olaf’s trademark is to address social issues, taboos, and bourgeois conventions in a highly stylized and cunning mode of image making. With his razor-sharp aesthetic intuition, Olaf purposely conceals his themes, so that the viewer has to accept the initial concealment in Olaf’s photo series.

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Skinscapes by Bálint Rádóczy

Created by projecting self-made graphics onto the model, Skinscapes series is meant to provide an almost purely aesthetic approach to visuality whilst dealing with a subject that outlines the true nature of photography itself. Bálint Rádóczy creates a portfolio of photographies by using projections, a mix and match process that gives a really interesting and unusual outcome.

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Paul Graves

Paul Graves is a talented photographer who is responsible for some of the most succesfull advertising campaigns. His rather unusual and original work has been presented in world’s greatest fashion magazines as he is a photographer who manages to reinvent famous brands and make their products objects of desire.

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A supertacular interview with Damien Blottiere

Damien Blottiere is much more than a talented photographer. He has a unique style, a combination of collage and photography that makes his work so distinguishable, so special. An ode to the human body which is transformed through a “cut and paste” process into extraordinary, breath taking images.

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