August 9, 2016

Bubbles by @jamesdayphoto

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“Photographer James Day‘s newest series of personal work, Bubbles, focuses on two dancers and their ability to echo flow with their movements. Carl and Paige, the two featured dancers, specialize in a style of street dance called “Bone Breaking”, which is mainly characterized by rhythmic contortionist movements. James photographed them in his London studio.”

July 28, 2016

New from @caferoyalbooks: John Deakin Impossible Accidents

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John Deakin — Impossible Accidents

John Deakin — Impossible Accidents

Café Royal Books

New publication:

John Deakin
Impossible Accidents

24 pages
14cm x 20cm
colour digital
Edition of 200

May 10, 2016

“La Slowteria” by photographer Joaquin Trujillo via @llreps

9:28 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler



“Photographer Joaquin Trujillo has a passion for Mexican food. Originally from Zacatecas, Mexico, Joaquin spent his formative years in Los Angeles with excellent Mexican cuisine abound – both in his home and at restaurants across the city. That passion for the cuisine combined with his impeccable skills shooting still life images is exemplified in this project, a collaboration with Brooklyn-based restaurant Slowteria. Joaquin’s signature punchy, bright color combinations make a perfect setting for chef Hugo Orozco’s uniquely plated homemade tortillas, specialty hot sauces and diverse dishes. Bien hecho Señor Trujillo!”

check this link for more beautiful photos!

May 5, 2016

The (slightly haunting) photos of Shanghai by @TimGaoShanghai

5:51 pm in art,photography,streets dustin hostetler





Ian Beesley 05.05.16 @caferoyalbooks

5:46 pm in art,photography,zines dustin hostetler


This looks fantastic!

Ian Beesley
Through the Mill
28 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital
Edition of 150

Also available by subscription, at a discounted rate.

April 26, 2016

The photography of @ilkafranz

6:22 pm in art,photography dustin hostetler


Stark and gorgeous.

March 26, 2016

“Flores” by Joaquin Truiilo cc: @jtrujillofoto @sdesoto

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Flores, by photographer Joaquin Trujillo. A very special body of work photographed over several years starting in 2009. These still life images pay homage to the women in Joaquin’s family, their affinity for flowers and the influence its had on his life.

“Flowers are really important in my Mother’s and sisters’ homes – not just on birthdays and anniversaries, but every day and year round – on their patios and throughout their houses. They all have their favorite color, aroma, shape and name, “un clavel o una rosa para la mujer hermosa”. The flowers are the representation of the love and support they have given me. My arrangements represent what I have consciously and unconsciously obtained from them as well as what has made me the man I am today”
Joaquin Trujillo

Prints can be purchased through the De Soto Gallery in Los Angeles, CA

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