I can’t believe last time Paul Phung’s photos were on Art Sponge was back in 2009… In any case his photography has definitely grown nicely since, and although I’d love to show all of his great work, I chose to feature the rather darker side to his monochrome shots. Paul’s grainy and highly contrasted shots are delicately composed and seem to explore the minimalist ideal of less is more within portraiture.
A few beautiful photographs by Robin Lambert.
Apologies for the down-time recently – although I wouldn’t consider myself an extreme case of lazyholic, I do relapse into serious laziness on occasion (speaking of lazy, check out Recovering Lazyholic – Erin Hudson might be lazy but she blogs awesome stuff and her work is great too).
However the week starts well with some beautiful monochrome shots by Brittany Chavez. Enjoy
I love the cinematic feel of these photos from Jonpaul’s Flickrstream (consisting of almost 2000 pictures) – wide spaces and minimal composition. It’s simple and beautiful.
Check out his official portfolio here.
Eefje de Coninck has a portfolio full of beautiful shots – from fashion portraits, to conceptual projects as well as personal candid photography.
I love Hedi Slimane’s black and white Rock Diary – his photos of rock celebrities stand apart from the mass with the dark contrast and especially their composition. It’s beautiful to see monochrome photography where the dark shadows are more defining in the shot than the parts touched by light.
Here’s a little update of Alina’s wonderful photography. I find her work simply magnificent.
I’m making my way to Berlin at the moment, hence the brevity of the recent posts. Great things are ahead however.
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