The work of Rich Burroughs is hard to ignore. Not only are his models captivating, but the feeling of his photos, although taken close to his subjects, seem distant. The moments he captures with a range of cameras, everything from Polaroids, to Hasselblad’s, to an SX-70 from the 1970’s, all add to the dimension of his photos and create an engaging story. Here are a few of our favorites from several of his projects.
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Artist Lucie Khahoutian explores the question "how human dedication impacts on its well-being" in an half-conceptual, half-experimental photo series.
Wallflowers: Lombok Island, Indonesia, by Jonah Meyers
Photographer Jonah Meyers captures the colors and the beauty of the people of Lombok, Indonesia.
"Anti-Human" by Kolor Art Collective
After our first trip to Rio de Janeiro's queer universe, the kolor rio collective is back. This time lead photographer Pol Kurucz teamed up with the rising star of Brazil’s eccentric fashion scene, designer Fernando Cozendey.