Jono Rotman: Mongrel Mob

Starting in 2007, photographer Jono Rotman has featured members of the Mongrel Mob gang in a series of award-winning, traditional portraits. Take a moment to view this rare, terrific series of portraits of the largest gang in New Zealand. Jono Rotman captured the faces of more than 200 members of...

Jessica Auer: A New World

After spending several years following in the footsteps of the Nordic explorers that first encountered the New World, Jessica Auer travelled to Greenland where a team of Danish archeologists work on the restoration of the world’s best-preserved Norse ruins. In this landscape, somewhere between the Old and the New Worlds, layers...

Ekaterina Vasilyeva: Chalk

2 years of living in Canterbury, Kent. Returning home to St. Petersburg. Feeling that something is not done yet. Memory draws the White Cliffs. Nature, objects and people around them look a bit melancholic and frozen in time. By its nature the white color somewhat neutralizes the effect of poly-chrome...

Aerial Typology of Cruise Ships by Jeffrey Milstein

New York based photographer Jeffrey Milstein at his latest series focused on massive cruise ships. To give them new perspective he photographed them from a hundred feet above. Take a look at this stunning aerial photographs of giant cruise liners – you may even notice passengers on the deck. Website: jeffreymilstein.com

Raffaele Petralla: Mari People, a Pagan Beauty

There is a population with Finnish ancestors living in a rural area near Joshkar-ola, in the Republic of Mari-El, Russia. They are called Mari, speak a language belonging to the Ugro-Finnic and use a modified version of the Cyrillic alphabet. They settled in this area around the fifth century a.C....

Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

Norilsk is an industrial city in Russia north of the Arctic Circle. Built in 1935 by forced labourers of the Stalinist regime to exploit the mines of the region, it is now ranked among the most polluted places in the world. Alexander Gronsky was born in 1980 in Tallinn, Estonia....

Tamas Dezso: HERE, ANYWHERE

The map of Hungary is speckled with capsules of time. During the political transformation twenty years ago, as the country experienced change it simply forgot about certain places – streets, blocks of flats, vacant sites and whole districts became self-defined enclosures, where today a certain out-dated, awkward, longed-to-be-forgotten Eastern Europeanness...

Mads Nissen: Homophobia in Russia

Being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) is becoming more and more difficult in Russia, where sexual minorities are facing legal and social discrimination, harassment, and even violent hate crime attacks from religious and neo-nazi groups. In June 2013, Russia’s homophobia moved from the streets into the country’s legislation as...