Behind every artist is a furry feline friend, it seems!
For hundreds, even thousands of years, portraits of or including cats have been commonplace in the art scene. A not so surprising fact, if we’re to consider that artists apparently have been getting inspiration from their own pets! Andy Warhol, in particular, seems to have loved cats so much that he was said to have not only created numerous prints of cats, he also kept 25 of them in his house – all of them named Sam!
And, like Warhol, these artists share the same affection for the cute little animals, too!
Have you ever asked yourself how daily life passes for a photographer? This time, we want to glance behind Misha Assis’ lens — a long-time community member of Lomography, famous for his stunning Petzval portraits, a photographer and talented artist.
Inspired by the seventies, this young artist makes it seem that such an epoch lives forever in her photographs, perfectly maintaining the spirit of the time which was characterized by a multitude of colours, contrasts and famous disco moves.
Social equality is a concept that seems far from being reality in times of populism, anxious societies and totally overwhelmed young generations. Curated by Girls is a young platform supporting artists regardless of their gender, ethnicity or social background. We talked to their founder and curator Laetitia Duveau about her work and the challenges of our times.
Nashville photographer Danielle Holbert reflects on her specialty in portraiture of musicians, many of whom she met through a dynamic circle of creative friends. For Holbert, each shoot is a balanced collaboration between artist and subject in order to feature their most authentic personality.
Artist Ulrich Strothjohann's visual language is a tricky, ironic one. During his travels between 1984 and 1998, he photographed images of seemingly insignificant settings that beckon to question existence.
In this second installment, it seems common for photographers as well to spend their downtime with friends, family and loved ones as well. Here are some photographers sharing their favorite winter holiday memories.
Working behind the scenes here in Lomography are some of the most creative and passionate individuals who make our community awesome. Since the holiday season is coming up, we asked if we could take a peek into their wishlists.
Behind the dazzling world of luxurious apparel and vogue flashes and lights is another world where the fashion model resides. American photographer Hadley Hudson invades their private space and captures the unexpected, gritty scenery of their lives.
The famous garden of Claude Monet is a place of inspiration that served many artists, as well as to Monet himself. Vietnamese artist Pipo Nguyen-duy finds himself in a blue, floral wonderland as he experiments with the cyanotype process.