The artist from Los Angeles transforms scenes of everyday life into neon space trips, populated by alien women, skeletons, cats and planets. Among the subjects that she most loves to represent there are space, fashion, feminism, Star Trek and cats. In her works, small gestures of everyday life become the excuse to leave for a journey in space and in unique Robin’s world.
Her talent has been noticed by brands like Ray-Ban, Asos and Vans, for which she has created a wonderful collection of personalized shoes.
You absolutely have to follow her Instagram profile.
It is only through chemical-physical or digital processes that we are able to obtain, using a camera of course, the image of people, objects or anything else. A very precise moment that remains there, forever, available to all, a real trace of our passage.
But there are only a few photographers capable of going beyond, beyond the lens, beyond the single shot. There are photographers like the one we’re going to talk about today, Igor Brehov, capable of digging into the interiority of the subjects with a simple but poetic style.
Take just a few minutes to immerse yourself in the world of Igor Brehov, a young photographer divided between Moscow and Paris.
A world where his subjects, almost exclusively women, seem to merge with the nature that surrounds and envelops them in a unique context where everything is focused on the body and movements.
Immersed in the snow, in the mountains or at the seaside, the subjects of Igor Brehov are portrayed in an almost peaceful but at times also provocative naturalness. Shots that, as we said, are able to go beyond the simple moment, making us live that moment even if we are not physically there.
Below you can find a selection of shots of Igor Brehov, but not to miss all his work follow him on Instagram.
Living constantly in a state of becoming, this is how Bobby Mandrup – a Danish photographer born in 1985 – describes himself to his audience. We can’t really contradict him, his photography seems to be sewn exactly around these words.
Bobby Mandrup shoots mainly portraits and does so almost like a painter. His analogue shots are immediate and intimate, approaching the human figure with emotion and unpredictability and capturing every feeling and nuance.
“I don’t like wasteful staged shootings. For me photography is about showing the individuality of every fleeting moment.”
Looking at his photographs as a whole, one can construct a similar and complementary journey with each image. Bobby searches for the flaws in the subjects he immortalises, captures the unpredictable life of each person and draws an imperfect, chaotic and disturbing world.
The shots of the Californian photographer Nicolette Passerello blend reality and fantasy, they are daily snapshots that skilfully mix truth and dream.
Her artistic work seems to have two great leitmotifs: natural-documentary photography and oneiric-cinematographic photography. Despite this contrast, her portfolio is harmonious and well-balanced: her shots, though different, share natural light, acidandbright tones and a vintage 70s aesthetic.
The work of Nicolette Passerello is an uninterrupted game between skill and technique: shadows, lights, coloured filters, textures, nostalgic grains and multiple exposures are the undisputed protagonists and give her shots dynamism and energy.
Her snapshots are a hybrid tale of nature and metropolis amidst the sunsets, beaches and landscapes of California.
See here a selection of her shots and follow her on Instagram.
Sevina Karageorgou, aka sevinaqee, is a young Greek photographer capable of portraying moments of unpredictable intimacy with absolute naturalness.
Her camera is never intrusive, her style never unnatural, the moment passes through his gaze, slowing down to be imprisoned by his lens.
Her images, shot strictly in analog, and often playing with double exposure, are dreamy and delicate. She tell warm and familiar moments, a personal album of memories that anyone can access, where anyone can find a piece of themselves.