Peripheries

by JM Ramirez-Suassi This project reveals a side of Spain that people rarely see, that some will never see. It’s great to look at a project that focuses on this side of Spain, that avoids the typical beautiful beaches, hot summer sun and dense mountain forests. JM Ramírez-Suassi is the photographer behind this project, named […]

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Kenneth Gray

Today we’re featuring Kenneth Gray who’s based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Kenneth’s shown work revolves around two locations, Foutainbridge and The Lanes, both in Scotland. We liked his work because of the simple documentary nature of the series, which focuses on the changing landscape of the city, and how the scenes he captures – full of […]

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History Lessens

Tom Wilkinson History Lessens is a visually beautiful project by photographer Tom Wilkinson. It jumped out at us not just because it’s shot on black and white film, but because we enjoyed reading and learning about the intriguing concept behind the project, of how we visually perceive the history of the land. Read below to […]

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Daniel Zenker

Daniel Zenker is a graphic designer and photographer who we interviewed as part of our relaunch week a while ago. Daniel’s work caught our eye because interestingly, we could immediately see in his work a combination of graphic design and photography. His work is full of strong, clean lines that comes from the graphic design […]

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Darren Riley

Darren Riley is an amateur photographer who works almost exclusively with Lomography cameras. We admire this unique style and we’re especially drawn in because of Darren’s consistency in his use of Lomography cameras, something we rarely see done well. We also admire that he pairs the Lomography style with a traditional subject like the British […]

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Chelsea Rooke

Today we’re talking to photographer Chelsea Rooke as one of our last interviews for our re-launch week. Chelsea is a photography student from the United Kingdom who is just about to graduate, and we spotted her beautiful work online. Her landscapes are awe-inspiring and really do demonstrate the meaning of ‘sublime’. Have a look below […]

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Domesticated Landscapes

Thomas Hofer As part of our relaunch week, Of The Land & Us (formerly Eyes Forward Magazine) are doing an interview a day with a landscape photographer, and today we’re talking to Thomas Hofer, a recent photography graduate based in London. We were entranced by Hofer’s project Domesticated Landscapes and decided to ask him a […]

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Awoiska van der Molen

We have relaunched! As part of our relaunch week, Of The Land & Us (formerly Eyes Forward Magazine) are doing an interview a day with a landscape photographer, and today we’re talking to Awoiska Van Der Molen. Van Der Molen’s dark and monochrome imagery immediately drew us in because of their beautfil darkness, something we […]

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Ryan Mathieson

Today we’re talking to our second interviewee, photographer Ryan Mathieson, in a series of daily interviews this week for the relaunch of our magazine Of The Land & Us, formerly Eyes Forward Magazine. Ryan’s project ‘Infinity Beaches’ is what caught our eye, and our curiosity was piqued by his way of experimenting with film and […]

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Ellis O‘Connor

Today we’re talking to Ellis O’Connor, our first interviewee in a series of daily interviews this week for the relaunch of our magazine Of The Land & Us, formerly Eyes Forward Magazine. Ellis is a wonderful artist who mixes traditional pencil and paint mediums with photography to beautiful results. We were immediately taken in by […]

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Forcados

Eduardo Leal This week we are bringing work by documentary photographer Eduardo Leal. His project Forcados caught our eye a while ago. We chose this image to publish. The bright yellow background immediately drew us in only to see the elegant and elaborate outfit marred by blood. All these things contrast beautifully. – I am […]

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