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Striking and transitory. Oh yes, we like these very much.
Originally hailing from Singapore, Louisiana Mei now spends her days plodding around New York – but she hasn't forgotten the first place she called home.
Shane Thom’s photographic visions of Japan are a far cry from the country we tend to be shown.
This looks like the kind of pool where we’d get down to business and do some serious synchronised dipping with the team.
There’s not much of a theme within Ankhainam Duong’s photographs, besides warmth and fuzziness and a feeling of “I want to go to there”.
You can practically feel the warmth radiating off these simple, sparse, outdoorsy shots.
Derek Corneau’s photography somehow manages to hit us with a sense of nostalgia for places we’ve never been, and make us miss the summer that’s actually still here.
This project focuses on levelling the photographic playing field by harking back to the now ditched-and-dusty disposable camera.
Aussie fella Nick Prideaux documents his time living in Tokyo through the lens of his trusty camera.
Maria Platero is a Spanish photographer who likes nothing more than capturing the ridiculousness of the lives we lead.
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