photostory

capturing sisterhood on camera

Few bonds run as deep as those between sisters, and few relationships are quite as complicated. Photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor has been attempting to capture what sisterhood means, and is releasing a book documenting what she has found.

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lady skollie: one fruity lady

South African artist Lady Skollie has long understood the power of sensuous pleasures.

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adama jalloh's intimate gaze

Photographer Adama Jalloh has fast made a name for herself shooting up close and personal moments from her life experience.

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curiouser and curiouser: the art of nina katchadourian

American conceptual artist Nina Katchadourian uses hold music, neck pillows and spiderwebs (although not all at once) to create art that explores a whimsical and intelligent look at the systemic reordering of natural processes. 

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the surreal romance of shae detar

New York-based artist Shae Detar’s enchanting photographs are transformed into a surreal, dream-like world through the addition of bold and colorful layers of paint.

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the colorful world of motoko 'motty' marui

Tokyo-based art director and graphic designer Motoko 'Motty' Marui’s practice is rich in vibrant colors that leave behind a visual explosion with a lasting effect.

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a clare view

Clare Shilland's sparse, subtle photographs are a lesson in honest communication.

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five female illustrators exploring the female form

Meet five pioneering women – all members of the online sisterhood of illustration – using their talent to explore the female form.

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the exotic lure of susu laroche

French-Egyptian artist Susu Laroche’s analogue photographs and films explore heightened emotional states and an idea of senselessness: the result is an enigmatic body of drenched in as much mystery as the artist herself.

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