“I was always looking for inner beauty and struggle.” Anton Corbijn
Ever so often, we refer to the Sixth Sense as the shudder-in-your-shoulder, petrifying extrasensory apparatus we know it as – but in conjunction with Leica, multimedia artist Miun begs to differ.
If you had a dream that your Lomo went loco and started going all polaroid on you, you could be psychic. Or just too slow. The good people have released a kickstarter project to do just that, and as expected, they are currently US$542,170 AHEAD of their $100,000 goal, with 5,181 backers and 24 days to go before this project closes.
The first thing that strikes you about the statuesque Annie Leibovitz, is not the heart-stopping reality of coming face-to-face with the living legend, but it’s her ethereal energy that makes one wonder if she is even of this earth. Such is her presence. Annie Leibovitz doesn’t walk in her black high-tops. She glides. And gliding across the ArtScience Museum at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore giving almost 100 journalists a secret glimpse into her exhibition, Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life, 1990–2005, was a marvelous encounter.
To those aware, the mere mention of Magnum Photos is an immediate association with photographic greatness
v.a.u.l.t likes nothing more than raw Black & White photography. A photo essay of street-style photography as it should be, of Singapore from…
Indonesian-born photographer, Hengki Koentjoro recently released a collection of gorgeous black and white photographs, artistically captured in a host of environments in the South East Asian region.