Floto+Warner + The Telegraph UK

Floto+Warner were recently featured in The Telegraph UK. The article, “Interiors: A Brooklyn house of two halves”, spotlights the photography duo’s home, their eclectic mix-and-match pop aesthetic, as well as their hip interior design company, WRK.

“The use of pattern, murals, and the skimmed cement surfaces are all part of the base for what we do with WRK,” Floto says. “Also, each room is totally different, geared to the life that takes place in that particular space.” That means golden spray-can polka dots in an upstairs games room, and a tranquil, monochrome open-plan kitchen and dining area, with some Scandi-cool touches.

Click here to read the full article. Click here to see work by Floto+Warner.

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Erik Almås + New Personal Work

Erik recently crafted a new image inspired by mythology & the story telling of Joseph Campbell.

Click here to read more on Erik’s blog. Click here to see more work by Erik.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + National Geographic

Julia Fullerton-Batten recently had an image from her “Korea, 2013″ series featured in National Geographic‘s “Visions of Earth”. Click here to check out all images featured in this month’s “Visions of Earth”.

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Erik Almås + 100-day Project

Erik Almås recently began participating in the 100-day Project. The project is a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. The great surrender is process; showing up day after day is the goal. Erik has committed to creating one portrait a day; follow along on Instagram to see more great images!

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Greg Williams + The Huffington Post

Greg Williams was recently featured in The Huffington Post. In the article, Greg discusses his experience as a photojournalist in war-torn Sierra Leone, PTSD, and his upcoming full-length film, Samarkand, featuring Tom Hardy. To read the full article, click here.

Click here to see more work from Greg.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Huffington Post + Mothers and Daughters

Julia’s ‘Mothers and Daughters’ series (2012) was recently featured on Huffington Post!

“The bond between a mother and daughter changes over time, facing new challenges at every life stage. Whether your mother-daughter relationship is loving, fractured, fraught or all of the above, it’s always going to be complex.

Photographer and artist Julia Fullerton-Batten tackles these relationship complexities in her 2012 photo series “Mothers And Daughters.” Although Fullerton-Batten debuted the images a few years ago, the emotions they capture still resonate with any woman who has a strong relationship with her mother and/or daughter.” – Huffington Post

Click here to read the entire article. Click here to see more work by Julia.

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Floto+Warner + Hieroglyph

Floto+Warner recently traveled to Tennessee for a new project, titled Hieroglyph, where they photographed caves located outside of Chattanooga. Also new from Floto+Warner is FWworks, a website featuring all of their fine art work.

Click here to see more work from Floto+Warner.

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Anne Ulku + Old and New Project

 

Anne Ulku recently created a new image for The Old and New Project, a project that provides a platform for contemporary graphic artists to exhibit works themed on Biblical stories and passages. Artists are assigned a Biblical passage and the results are that passage reimagined

Click here to read more about this project on Anne’s blog.

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Martin Schoeller + Communication Arts

An interview with Martin Schoeller is now featured in the March 2015 issue of Communication Arts. In this article, Martin reflects on his early career, the portrait that started it all, and his approach to the craft.

“Immediately upon walking into Schoeller’s workspace, it’s evident he is in the midst of something remarkable. Every inch of the walls is pasted with images; even more are arranged on a posterboard in the corner. As I peruse the photographs, he explains that he is editing and sequencing his newest book, Portraits , which is a collection of the last fifteen years of his magazine photography. Eschewing the “big head” images that made him famous, Schoeller’s latest work is focused on his more conceptual portraits. A dizzying array of Hollywood stars, politicians, musicians and athletes, the images are unified by the boldness of Schoeller’s ideas and the strength of his compositions.”

Click here to see more work from Martin.

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Martin Schoeller + Feature Shoot

Martin Schoeller recently did an interview with Feature Shoot about the portrait that launched his career, photographing celebrities and advice for emerging photographers.

Click here to see more work from Martin.