The Celestial Eye by Joseph Cucciniello

When you first glance through Joseph Cucciniello's work you can't help but wonder, "are these objects subjects, or some sort of physical obstacle that the revelation of his work hides slightly behind?" Undoubtedly he is a photographer, but his goal feels less to capture than to search. These images are taken in Indiana, Philadelphia, Buffalo, New … Continue reading The Celestial Eye by Joseph Cucciniello

From Landscapes to Limbs: Ethereal Atmospheres By Marcos Rodríguez Velo

Whether it's a close-up portrait, an ocean scape, architecture or a mundane photo of a rack of hats, Marcos Rodríguez Velo's images have a certain ethereal quality about them. The photographer also often documents things he sees during his travels, including his recent move from Warsaw, Poland, to Berlin, Germany. His gallery features a refreshing … Continue reading From Landscapes to Limbs: Ethereal Atmospheres By Marcos Rodríguez Velo

Tokyo Tuisku by Harold Sato

Harold Sato's photo series, titled Tokyo Tuisku presents many different views of Tokyo city. Sato tells Vulgaris that he is strongly inspired by exploring new ways of expressing daily life within urban settings. He also draws inspiration from photographers like Nakaji Yasui, André Kertész, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, but that his all-time favourite artist is Hiroshige Utagawa, a … Continue reading Tokyo Tuisku by Harold Sato