Photography by Markus Henttonen

Markus Henttonen

Markus Henttonen is a Finnish artist photographer currently living and working in Berlin. He studied photography in Turku Arts Academy in Finland from where he graduated 2002. In his works he has photographed the relationship between people and the physical and emotional environment; the anonymous metropolis in the series Night Time Stories and Wall and the crowded holiday beaches in one his very first works To be on View. In his recent projects Henttonen has shifted deeper into emotions and narratives, with the eerie and dark Silent Night and the newest Twisted Tales –Road to Hope a journey through landscape, time, and emotions. His photographs lay somewhere between the real and imaginary, they are at the same time precise and beautifully poetic. And there is always this tiny hint of melancholy underneath.

Nirvana "Nevermind" outtakes by Kirk Weddle

Nirvana by Kirk Weddle

On October 28, 1991, just as Nirvana were tearing up the rock'n'roll rule book with their major label debut Nevermind, Austin photographer Kirk Weddle was commissioned to shoot the band for photos to promote the impending blitz. His idea? Toss the band into a swimming pool to mimic the album's infamous naked baby cover image he’d shot a few months earlier.

Cubes by Lernert & Sander

Lernert & Sander

Ever since they began collaborating in 2007, the artists and filmmakers Lernert & Sander have been known for their high-conceptual art films, eye-catching installations and keen fashion aesthetic. Driven by their cheeky sense of humour, Lernert & Sander’s simple yet stunning approach has earned the duo numerous awards, international accolades and industry-wide recognition. They live and work in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 
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Armures by Marie Rime

Marie Rime

Marie Rime is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1989 in Charmey and currently based in Lausanne, Switzerland. She received her BA in Photography at Ecal, Switzerland. This serie of images, named Armures, represent women wearing armors. These costumes, realised with everyday objects, are the starting point of a reflexion of the relationship between power, war and ornament. These women loose their identity and become the support of their clothing