We have decided to promote a contest without a theme.
We give free rein to creativity. There were no restrictions, the photographers can submit photographs taken digitally or analog, or with your smartphone or tablet.
The best 3 photographers will win the following prize:
The things children create through the artwork is also different. When the mind meets horrible events, the a sensitive and artistic view answers on it with a language of art.
This is so strange and creepy tale that became the reality and made us all become «adult», dividing the life on «before» and «after»…
New time dictates the melodies of madness, the melodies of the war. Platon believed that the strength and power of the state depend on what kind of music sounds within it. It is more than a sound; music is a source of emotions. It gives us the energy to do things, gives the energy to believe in victory and to continue the journey. I wanted to show how the war change the mental health of children and other people, revealing the violent and scary things we could imagine only in nightmares. And this small girl is like an Alice from the tale, but this story is not about the joy and happiness.
This picture is part of a photographic project that investigates the action of sensory memory. Specifically, I tried to visually show how the memory is able to create new images, breaking down and reassembling sensations and memories displaced in time and space.
This scene presented to me one evening as I was making my way into Montreal Downtown, and I was at first intrigued by the 25 hours sign. How could a shop be open 25 hours? Is there an extra hour to everyday no one had told me about? Where had this information been all my life?
But then I noticed the character, possibly on a cigarette break, sitting there. What if this 25th hour was just too much? It sure seemed like on that day he could have done without any extra time. We easily complain that we don't have enough time to do everything, but what if we simply don't make the best of the time given?
A project of using numerous talented models and dancers, in the creation of imagery with a window, in a Dalston Junction basement studio, capturing the image with only available afternoon light, coming through the window.
In this striking image, two individuals stand united at the forefront, their faces and bodies forming an elegant silhouette that embodies both connection and mystery. The artistry of their partial profiles draws attention to their rich black skin, a testament to the beauty and strength it holds. At the heart of this captivating composition lies a piece of Kente fabric, meticulously woven with intricate patterns that speak of heritage and nobility. The image is a tribute to unity, showcasing the harmonious blend of their forms while the Kente centerpiece symbolizes their shared royal lineage. This portrayal celebrates the richness of both black skin and cultural heritage, a visual reminder of the profound bonds that weave us together.