Aniss reminds us of how beautifully engineered cars truly are. A myriad of different parts working harmoniously to deliver us safely from A to B. Whether intentional or not, he celebrates the minutiae – from hundreds of LEDs in a single brake light to the jigsawed panels that make up a car’s outer shell.
Bohorquez’s images give us windows into memories of people and places so palpable – one can almost hear cars zooming by, smell the smoke billowing from lit cigarettes and feel the texture of bricks and mortar. Her work is a stunning insight into pockets of the world we may otherwise not see.
Looking through Harry’s various IG profiles, it’s interesting to see what captures his eye, oftentimes noticing the moment behind the moment. It’s a man feeding pigeons on a pier, a case of Coopers casually slung over a tattooed arm, a Parisian tightly clasping a long-stem rose or a couple of sunkissed grommets scrolling away on a beach-side sofa.
Whether it’s a studio set for Vogue or the great outdoors, there is a controlled sense of cohesion to all that may be seen or suggested in his frames. Often only involving a model, carefully curated objects and soft tones, Dan’s work is cinematic; a feeling he seeks out when behind the lens.
Warm and inviting light is her dearest friend, each frame dappled with the sun’s rays. “I remember thinking light made everything more romantic. Where there is light, there is nurture…I like to think that the same comfort and warmth I feel shines through in my photos.”
The capital city is an endless hyperactive sprawl. With something always happening – it’s a street shooter’s delight. With his treasured Canon Rebel t5i and a 24mm pancake lens, Eli roamed the labyrinth for months, capturing the lives of people he’ll never know.
Studying Saul’s work there’s a playfulness and zest to every subject matter he tackles. In one piece, a painter whistles a merry tune as he heads off for a day on the job. In another, a jolly fruit vendor juggles oranges in a commissioned work for Atomic Beer.