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  • Wanderlust by Marco Walker

    Wanderlust by Marco Walker
    Marco Walker is a London-based, Austrian American who studied under Paul Jasmin at the ACC (Art Center College) in Los Angeles before moving to San Francisco. This constant movement and desire for travel has influenced the name of his latest exhibition, “Wanderlust”, which features some awe-inspiring infrared photographs of Yosemite National Park in California.
  • Maurizio Anzeri's Embroidered Photography

    Maurizio Anzeri's Embroidered Photography
    Maurizio Anzeri is an Italian-born artist who combines vintage photography with embroidered contemporary designs to create his "Photo Sculptures". This analogue approach to graphic design yeilds some unusual and, oftentimes, eerie results.
  • Field Recordings: An Exhibition by Bryan Graf

    Field Recordings: An Exhibition by Bryan Graf
    Bryan Graf is a photographer from New Jersey who uses black and white film to study and capture the wildlife in and around the swamps and woods of his town. This may sound like an ascetic treatment of nature's lively colours - until you see the end results.
  • Clifton Camera Obscura and Observatory

    Clifton Camera Obscura and Observatory
    Just meters away from Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Observatory and Camera Obscura is one of Bristol's most overlooked architectural icons and certainly worth a visit if you're in the area!
  • DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories

    DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories
    What you see is never quite what was actually there. Colors and contracts are false, light leaks erase parts of the scene. With time, photos - just like memories - can fade completely.
  • The International Lomography Treasure Hunt

    The International Lomography Treasure Hunt
    Everyone loves treasure hunts, dont they? Theres just something enchanting about the fairy tales and stories of Pirates voyaging the seas in search of fame and hidden fortune. But more often than not the journey, the characters and the adventures come to an end when the treasure is found. Its almost as if the real treasure wasn't the jewels or the gold; the real prize is the hunt itself! But what if there was some way of keeping that excitement up after you've found what you're looking for? I think i may have an idea...