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British photographer @lilybrown91 finds interesting, outdoor backdrops to elevate her photography.
French photographer @emmapicq collages black and white and color film to create dynamic contact sheets.
We’re vibing @ronanksm ’s intimate and raw portraiture.
Check out @lou__escobar 's retro and overly saturated aesthetic.
@mofart_photomontages ’s collage work focuses on using landscapes and nature to complete human features.
@_robinlam captures the elements around the world from New Zealand to Indonesia.
17 year-old photographer @nuvanyshoots captures her memories through 35mm film.
@emreguven features crops and detail shots to compliment his full body fashion editorials.
Fashion photographer and director @sebastiansabalbruce creates simplistic yet sophisticated fashion editorials.
This February, in partnership with @lukasabbat & in support of @nrdc_org , we are presenting a one-of-a-kind concept collection addressing climate change. The pieces in the collection “combat” the human health impacts of climate change, illustrating what happens when fashion accessories turn into fashion necessities. So what? We want to hear from you! How have you been impacted by climate change? What do you think is the biggest threat to our environment right now? What are you doing to help cope with and/or take action against climate change? Submit your photo or video project that addresses 1 or more of the above questions for a chance to be included in the exhibition. The collection will be exhibited in the Milk Gallery in February 2019. Please send your submission to  with the subject line “Climate Change.” Deadline is February 1st, 2019. (📸: @zhamakthecat )
We’re currently into with multi-media artist @rosannajonez who collages and paints over her photography.
Dancing on my own via @czarforte for @wonderland by @dritch.
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