minimalist photography

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    Images by Ben Zank

    Ben Zank  hails from New York and began taking photographs at the age of 18, exploring a sort of unreality where the world is abstracted and strange. By using himself as a model in most instances, the pictures are extensions…

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    Captive

    The caging of animals in undersized cages and high-walled enclosures is one of the greatest crimes in modern times. Captive and cordoned off by grey cement and steel bars or manky moats, these creatures are forced to live out a…

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    Black & White Vistas

    With a keen eye for capturing the silence of wilderness landscapes, Zoltan Bekefy manages to communicate a sweet kind of loneliness, emphasizing distance and space – the wide unpopulated expanse – with a black and white palette that gives each image a…

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    Leica M

    A little more than a year following its announcement, the limited edition Leica M by chief Apple designer John Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson has been exhibited. The full-frame camera, based on a Leica M model, was auctioned off…

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    Underground Photography

    German photographer Nick Frank‘s collection of images from the Munich Underground showcase architecture and lighting that is engrossing and transporting. Bereft of people on the commute, the platforms and tunnels are surrounded by a cavernous, silent space that gives the…

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    Weightlessness

    Weightlessness by Adeline Mai is a surreal photography series showcasing the human form suspended in midair. The figures float weightlessly as if immersed within a waking dream of warm tones and open spaces, of silence and simplicity.

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    Porthole Photography

    The Porthole collection of images by Honk Kong-based Luke Casey is a minimalist celebration of travel as seen through a small porthole. The glimpse of various landscapes feels transitory, as if you are an outsider, passing by quickly, only allowed a fleeting…

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    Lights In Chicago

    Satoki Nagata’s collection, Lights In Chicago, is compelling photography because of its poignant simplicity. The project is an ongoing exercise in showcasing the silhouettes of strangers as they walk the wintered streets of Chicago. Backlit by an off-camera flash in the distance,…

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    Mikko Lagerstedt Photography

    There is a sense of wistful somberness pervading the beautiful landscape imagery of Mikko Lagerstedt. But instead of reveling in the gloom, the images celebrate the meditative state of mind brought on by a quiet, misty landscape or empty open road. What…

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