Turkish photographer shows 100 faces through Istanbul airport

Inspired by the numerous, and unique faces though the departure hall in Ataturk airport daily, and the seemingly endless casscade of cultures on display from every corners of globe, a turkish photographer is collecting faces.

Mustafa, a part-time photographer from Istanbul has created  “100 Faces 100 Countries ” a photography project which focuses on keeping a peice of those transient cultures in human portraits, through Turkey, for posterity.

”  It is like a treasure for a photographer like me! This inspired me to combine my passion for photography with my work at the airport “

Mustafa Çankaya collects experiences as well as expressions. He not only seeks oddity in physical aesthetic, clothing,  hairs, and carry-ons but also the story behind the travelers.

“100 face from 100 countries” started in 2018 and has do far featured 117 portraits from 77 different countries, and on track to reaching a 100 different countries.



Russia Siberia


Bash the percussionist arrived from the burning man festival in Nevada 🇺🇸 & now heading to Cairo country 


Ibrahim Zethy dancer from Rwanda at the Airport,  

South Korea

Philip Chang  arrived from Sweden with his friend,


Nicole is a tattooer from Odessa, Ukraine 


Jonnel is a seaman from Philippines  on his last journey he was 10 months and 20 days over the sea, at the moment taking a rest with his family for Christmas


Miha is a photographer + filmmaker + travel writer

The world in Infrared by Italian photographer

Humans tend to believe in what they are able to conceive, to see, to hear. Though truth is wider than what our eyes are able to focus on. this is why
Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani  chose to curate the world around him in infrared photography: to make the invisible evident. With his recent installation #InfraScapes , Paolo aims to show something that is broadly recognizable to the human eye, under a new and unexpected point of view.

 The intalian photographer spent three years in Arts and Design courses at Politecnico in Turin, specializing in how to use colour to distort reality. Majority of his works are shot  with a Nikon D750, converting Full-Spectrum, to explore the light’s spectrum emanated by plants. A spark that lies just beyond the beam visible to the naked eyes.

Iconic space exploration relics in pink photoshots

When the first man-made satellite, Sputnik, was launched by the Soviet Union over 60 years ago, it’s hard to imagine its designers and engineers, in their pursuit of technological achievement, were ever considerate of the beauty of what they were creating. This pioneering, beeping metal sphere would change the course of history, initiating the Space Race and prompting the creation of a host of extraordinary technological objects, such as the almost mouse-like Sputnik 3 satellite and the ‘saucepan-on-wheels’, Lunokhod lunar rover.

This series documents many of those objects, in celebration both of the achievements of the Soviet space program are Injected with a shock of hot pink for the installation cosmic Pop, all of which are iconic objects of that era, a vivid memorial to the conquerors of space ; featured in charming but brutal designs.

It is particularly notable how the designs of the Soviet program progressed: from the ‘bolt-on’ aesthetic of early Space Race technology to the increasingly homogeneous look of later years, many designs began to mirror, and copy those of their US counterparts.


award-winning photographer Docubyte

Created by  visual designer James Ball , a pseudonym as the artist has chosen to remain anonymous. Most of his works fusses colour, subtle restorative manipulation and vintage and modern tech.

award-winning photographer Docubyte

award-winning photographer Docubyte

award-winning photographer Docubyte


award-winning photographer Docubyte



award-winning photographer Docubyte

award-winning photographer Docubyte


Ryan Godzilling is a travelogue satire with a life size animatronic figurine

a live size figurine of Godzilla, a  Japanese original  ” movie monster” which — alone  with King Kong– is famous for destroying cities has been showing up around the world. seen “photographed with icons and monuments”, the Godzilla effigy feature in backdrops appreciating the beauty of landmarks it would have, otherwise had stumped on with aggressive rage.  and sometimes, along with his US based owner.

the travel companion of Australian photographer, Kieran Murray  , Ryan is a ”  travel all around, getting into all sorts of shenanigans” sort of digital installation  , in a new series of edited photo project tagged ,” Ryan Godzilling ” . The figurine is expected to inject sensibly and activity into the icon.

5392d760399421.5a4bd076f16d0  Godzilla doing laundry  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

the barely 0.5m tall plastic  model was a souvenir brought by the photographer,  from Chicago. and as an amateur film maker trying to hone his skill, Travel the globe editing and resizing Ryan into backgrounds of cities his visits.

…Travelling on your own is awesome, but it can be frustrating to have a stranger take a photo of you in front of that landmark only to see that its framed awfully or out of focus..”  the prospective film maker had written.

Since then, Ryan has organically evolved into an independent character from the photographer himself, and far from the photofinishing practice material it started out as.

46aed860399421.5a4bd076f2c0eGodzilla grocery shopping  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

Kieran Murray is a Digital Content Creator with a background in film and visual effects. and a graduate of Griffith University in Film.

29f5f160399421.5a4bd076efc7cGodzilla in the sub-way in New York   ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

28a88a60399421.5a4bd076f0641Godzilla day at the museum  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

10a92760399421.5a4bd076f3453Godzilla on Team USA   ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

3ccf1a60399421.5a4bd076f101bGodzilla bull fighting  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

2fb92060399421.5a4bd076ef353Godzilla in Dubai’s airport  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

2adbdb60399421.5a4bd076f218cGodzilla on the hudson  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

626f4f60399421.5a4bd076f13feGodzilla taking down bridges  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 


b7cd1060399421.5a5979bc039a6Godzilla arrested by New York police  ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray ) 

Bielefeld captures American culinary delights in weeknight dinners

 starting in 2012 the weekend The dinner featured over 70 families across the united states. The central motif  behind these project is the conceptuality of human interaction portrait, specifically connecting photos that captures the personal connections, and human qualities. to explore common rituals, habits, and spaces that nonetheless reveal individualistic details about the private selves of families across America.

The focus of Weeknight Dinners is  on the typical evening meals on the dinner tables across the country,   which often,  become secondary to the busy workday of the average individuals. Most of the portraits were covered on the evenings of weekdays when the evening dinner rituals are most prominent.


the weeknight dinner project  was created by the Milwaukee based artist, Lois Bielefeld a series  photography  who splits her time between fine art and commercial photography.

I have predominantly photographed in the US and also re-photographed some of the same individuals from an earlier body of work… ” ,  she had said on weeknight dinners

She has also has concluded other projects in Europe.  The Bedroom which was a series on the Americans in their bedroom, and was concluded In 2015. And a prelude to these weeknight dinner captured in  weeks as an artist-in-resident in Bourglinster, Luxembourg ; featuring 16 dinner portraits of Luxembourg families.

Photo entries required for 2017 Wikipedia Monuments Campaign USA

Wikkipedia has opened it’s photography contest, for monuments this year 2017. And this time,  would feature  only snaps of national monuments across the united states of America.  This project, one of many around the globe seeks  to invite anyone, and everyone, with a camera to participate;  uploading their photographs to the Wikimedia Commons for use on Wikipedia and other free knowledge projects.

Participants are expected to submit their photos for reviews and follow the guidelines necessary for valid entries here.


The project, WikiLove monuments is an annual events where participants capture registered cultural heritage monuments across the world, and run till the end of September.Last year featured 15 finalists ranging from Pakistan to  Germany.


(Gastão Guedes, CC BY-SA 4.0)



(Colin, CC BY-SA 4.0)

More than 10,700 photographers participated last year, submitting over 275,000 photographs of historic buildings, monuments, and cultural heritage sites to both the Wikimedia Commons for use on Wikipedia, Wikivoyage, and other free knowledge projects.


(Lara Zanarini, CC BY-SA 4.0)


(Muhammad Ashar, CC BY-SA 4.0)


(Albrecht Landgraf, CC BY-SA 4.0)



(Gastão Guedes, CC BY-SA 4.0)

Landgericht Berlin, Littenstraße, Eingangshalle

(Ansgar Koreng, CC BY-SA 3.0)


(Tahsin Shah, CC BY-SA 4.0)


(Joe Sparks, CC BY-SA 4.0)


(Janepop Atirattanachai, CC BY-SA 4.0)

Menu project is an artistic impression with Food.

Eating at a restaurant isn’t about the sustenance —It’s about the experience. A good menu is a story, with its own narrative arc. Tension is built and released, emotions are evoked and questions are raised. With Several photos of grotesque human faces spread across a canvas,  covered with distinct food materials, this is a project by two Netherlanders ;  photographer and journalist  Robert Harrison and  chef Robbie Postma  attempting to create a visual exploration of that experience .  and keep it personal they collaborated on a visual photographic experiment  they called MENU .
In their series of portraits, Robbie Postma (chef) and Robert Harrison (photographer) take the viewer back to the origin of a menu. Through visual imagination and culinary flair, they evoke every step of a fine dining experience, but rather than focusing of the final, finessed dishes, MENU makes the raw, unprocessed ingredients the heroes. Served on the closest place you can get to a chef’s mind: on his face.
we decided to use a very personal canvas. This is why our menu is not served on a plate, but on a face. And to capture the love and attention that goes into creating a good menu, we avoided any digital intervention.Every ingredient has been attached manually, no photoshop,
handcrafted with every attention to detail. Just like in a good kitchen.”  Robbie say.


When creating these images, Postma and Harrison stuck to the same principles and values a chef would when creating a menu: paying a lot of attention to the details, the composition, the preparation and of course the ingredients. From cutlery to coffee bean, every component is painstakingly prepared to produce the ultimate effect. And every grain of rice was added by hand, without the aid of digital manipulation. MENU is hand crafted. Just like the best food.
 The whole project took a year to complete from start to finish ; and each image is the result of a lengthy process of research, testing of materials, preparation, art direction, planning and of course experimenting – most shots taking sometimes up to nine hours to prepare.
Robert Harrison or Robbie Postma on info@postma-harrison.com

Akhil Suhas explores New Zealand in LOTR themed costume

New Zealand is middle Earth. As it seeks to market itself as the fictional region of the blockbuster sci-fi movie, The Lord of the Rings. With might fjords and rolling cliffs, it is one beautiful landscape to explore and the film make sure of this, allowing shots from from all conners of this twin Island country.

Which better way to explore than like one of the most travelled character of the movie.  Photographer Akhil Suhas’s takes a 6-month trip across the country in the ropes of  Gandalf the magician.

This 9,000-mile adventure was themed #GandalfTheGuide where he shares his pictures of important icons of New Zealand with him in the background.



I wanted a recurring subject in my photos and with so many photographers visiting the country, I figured that I needed to do something to set me apart!” he said. “I was watching the LOTR for the 5th time when I figured New Zealand is famous for 2 things: its landscapes and the LOTR + Hobbit Trilogies. So why not combine the two by having Gandalf in the landscapes?

At first, he tried self-portraits: “I tried the camera on a tripod with a timer shot, didn’t work for me,” Suhas said. “So, I started asking the people I met along the way if they wanted to put on the outfit.” Surprisingly, people agreed, and Suhas created an amazing small-person-big-landscape photo tour of New Zealand.



Anita Jambor exhibits a cache of Intricately patterned Atria.


the unique feature of the atrium is the wide open space it engender, broad. Atriums or Atria are a popular design feature as they  engender  the “feeling of space and light.”

Atria are popular with building users, building designers and building developers. Users like atria because they create a dynamic and stimulating interior that provides shelter from the external environment while maintaining a visual link  with the external environment. As part of her recent travel project, Anita jambor of Vellumlife photography shows off a collection of the captured atriums all around Europe. Her collection boast a wild array of colourful designs and unique patterns.

The National Gallery, London

The National Gallery, London

Alcázar of Seville, Spain

Seville Cathedral, Spain

Alcázar of Seville, Spain

Alcázar of Seville, Spain

The National Gallery, London

Seville Cathedral, Spain

Seville Cathedral, Spain

Seville Cathedral, Spain

British Museum, London