Mark Mahaney is an American photographer who works both in editorial and commercial photography. Today, we’re sharing his work Polar Night, which focuses on the northernmost town in Alaska, 320 miles above the Arctic circle. Specifically, his images focus on the 65 days in winter when there is no sun at all, showing us what it’s like to live in such an inhospitable environment.
What an incredible window into a world most of us could never dream of. We love this work!
We never knew we needed photographs of snails in our lives, until we see this work by Aleia Murawski and Samuel Copeland. It casts snails in the most ridiculous scenes, somehow bringing some much needed cuteness to our little garden friends.
We absolutely love this!
You can visit their website here and instagram here.
Bristol-based Joshua J Sneade is a young photographer we are very keen to follow! We’re sharing work here from his series Nomads, which documents the lives of nomadic peoples living in Morocco. These images are at once portraiture, but also documentary – a window into a world that most of us would never get to see.
Sandra Nagel, who is currently in second year at the Academy majoring in photography, has been featured on the Bubblegum Club website. This in-depth chat looks at her work and inspirations as well as her plans for the future.
We’ve included just one picture here so you have to visit the site to see more – because believe us… you want to see more!
You can read Sandra’s piece on Bubblegum Club here.
There’s something about photography of people on beaches we love. It’s something that, admittedly, we see quite a lot of – but it’s always great when it’s done well. This work from Spanish photographer Yosigo is, of course, done very well. His considered compositions (no mean feat when you can’t pose models) and choice of cropping is just perfect. Who wouldn’t want one of these images in their life?
You can see more of Yosigo’s work on his website here.
Mutia Taufieq uses polaroids to make stunning collages of people – some more famous than others of course – perhaps you’ll recognise Virgil Abloh or Flume amongst these images. We love how the multiple angles and lo-fi nature of the work creates a narrative and some movement. It’s a smart way to capture even more of someone’s personality within a photograph (or photographs). Gorgeous!
You can see more of Mutia Taufieq’s work on Instagram here.