Olya Ivanova: Water Memory

The Moscow Canal was built to connect the Moscow River with the Volga River. In the 1930s it helped to

Patrick Kauffmann: Berlin Underground

25 years has passed since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the symbol of the Cold War. Now the wall

Eduardo Leal: Plastic Trees

The world consumes 1 million every minute, it was consider by Guinness World Book of Records as “the most ubiquitous

Valentino Bellini: Bit rot

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data

Marc Dantan: Xray Compagny

After realised the series “The Immortals”, the stuffed animals from Deyrolle flames survivors after the terrible fire of 2008, I

Oleg Kaplan: Glass

Photographers seek to transform reality, though any; something in the photo may be beautiful – or terrifying, great or intolerable

Miikka Pirinen: Fight League Kids

When you think of MMA fighters you are likely to envision beefy men who have a whole extra set of

Arturo Soto: When The Time Comes

I am interested in understanding what makes something worth looking at as a picture. This collection of images aims to

Petros Koublis: In Landscapes

The area that surrounds Athens is composed by a certain antithesis, as the vast urban surface meets with the countryside.

Sasha Maslov: Veterans

Veterans is a series of portraits of people who took part in the Second World War – the one event