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Dogsledding in the Great White North: PULL: Filmmaker Goh Iromoto deftly captures the serenity of deep winter in his recent short shot in Northwestern Ontario

Dogsledding in the Great White North: PULL

In climates where the winters stretch on and piling snow is not the exception, but the rule of the day, embracing the cold is the only way of coping. For his latest short film “PULL,” Toronto-based director and photographer Goh Iromoto captures one……

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The Rhino That Should Have Never Been Born: Photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn captures the miracle of life in the face of illegal poaching and extinction

The Rhino That Should Have Never Been Born

Cape Town-based filmmaker and photographer Adrian Steirn is no stranger to working with icons. The Australian-born Steirn is known equally for his timeless wildlife images as he is his award-winning portraits of world leaders and cultural figures……

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Weevmee Captures a Year in One Image: A new technology from design agency HUSH artistically weaves personal Instagram images

Weevmee Captures a Year in One Image

Leading up to new year’s eve, social media sites fill up with flipbook-like posts compiling the best of users’ years. As a more artistic option, drawing upon the colors and tones of the last 365 days, NYC-based design agency HUSH developed Weevmee;……

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Hélène Binet Captures a Hidden Architectural Gem in Cyprus: The Swiss photographer explores the untouched family home of modernist designer Neoptolemos Michaelides

Hélène Binet Captures a Hidden Architectural Gem in Cyprus

The modernist work of the late Cypriot architect Neoptolemos Michaelides fuses Brutalism, ancient architecture and the leisure of Mediterranean living. Michaelides studied under great architects like Gio Ponti and Bruno Zevi in the 1940s, but his……

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Kitra Cahana’s Still Man Artwork: The photographer and documentarian captures her father’s strength through locked-in syndrome

Kitra Cahana's Still Man Artwork


During the most recent TEDMED conference, photographer and documentarian Kitra Cahana delivered an empowering talk on triumph in the face of adversity….

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IKEA captures shopping horror with halloween tribute to ‘The Shining’

IKEAs are terrifying. The thought of spending a weekend inside the Swedish furniture giant is the stuff of nightmares for many. IKEA Singapore takes the idea one step further by incorporating the famous Big Wheel scene from The Shining. Watch as an adorable kid wheels slowly through a dimly lit labyrinth of sofas and high-end tables, even as lights flicker and skeletons sup in designer kitchens. Gasp at the excellent camera work, and make sure to watch the clip all the way to the end. It’s not quite as slyly creative as HORRORSTÖR, but the finale is adorable enough to justify the extra time.

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Photographer Will Adler’s Tranquil Seascapes: The California lensman’s new exhibition captures summer’s golden days on the water

Photographer Will Adler's Tranquil Seascapes


As much as barreling behemoth waves and 14-foot airs may be visually captivating and a major part of professional surfing, it’s downright difficult to relate to for most. LA-based photographer Will Adler turns his lens on…

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Photographer Andy Lee Beautifully Captures Abandoned Castles

4This collection of black and white photography focuses on abandoned castles, the project is by Andy Lee and he has titled it 'Castles Made of Sand'. Andy is a Creative Director, film maker, photographer, and painter, he shoots with 5×4 film, medium format, digital and infrared.  Castles Made of Sand…And so castles made of sand, fall in the sea, eventually. Andy Lee […]
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The Line Hotel, Los Angeles: A new hotel in Koreatown captures the multicultural spirit of the neighborhood and offers an unbeatable view of the city and its hills

The Line Hotel, Los Angeles


The large arrow-shaped sign on Wilshire Boulevard reads “caFe…free wifi” and points visitors directly to the door of a coffee shop serving habanero mochas and red bean buns. Next to the valet, a bike-rack filled with …

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Interview: Jung Lee: The South Korean photographer captures neon thoughts in barren landscapes to convey the limitations of language

Interview: Jung Lee


Graduating with an MFA from the esteemed Royal College of Art in London, South Korean artist Jung Lee not only studied the theory and practice of photography, but also the art of a foreign language—English. Ever…

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