“Ambiguity is uncertainty and it is vagueness, it contradicts the pillars of reality and the routine we are encouraged to believe in, but which are…
Alex Coghe is an Italian photographer based in Mexico City, making distinctive work across street, social documentary, street photography, portraits, fashion and erotica in a style…
“Through her photos, Sydney attempts to explain wanderlust, providing us with a glimpse of what it feels like to find your place in the universe, even if only for a moment.”
We had a great time at our first #FQsocial event on 2/27/15 – here’s what you may have missed!
The awakening of adolescence is a theme in which has appeared in photography ever since it’s development. How an encounter with a camera shapes the future of photographer Jae Kim.
“I do not consider myself a photographer in the ‘artist’ sense. It is not about becoming a photographer, but more so a melding of the medium to your person.”
Deep in the heart of Kearny, NJ lies a young artist looking to pursue her dreams. At only 17 years old, Shannon Stoia has already set a new precedent for young photographers with her experimental work.
“The people on the bus go Up and down, Up and down, Up and down. The people on the bus go Up and down, all day long,”
Inpired by a popular child’s song “The Wheels on the Bus,” these photos captured a moment in time not to be repeated of people on the bus around the world, the subjects the most pure forms of humanity.
Tamara Staples does amazing work with Chickens. Chickens; probably the most overlooked and underrated animal. Staples’ love for the birds began during visits with her Uncle Ron, who lived in Athens, Ga., and was a chicken breeder.
I bet, just like me, there’s been countless times where you’ve wanted to share what’s going on NYC’s subway and haven’t simply beauce you don’t want to be ‘that creep’ taking photos on the subway. Video journalist Rebecca Davis, did just that. Davis’s video Commuters 2012 is a glimpse of life in New York’s subway. The video is a simple idea that you just can’t take your eyes off, just like real-life situations in the subway. The video is a collection of hundreds of snapshots of regular people living their lives underground, selected from more than 3,000 photos she took last year.