Jade Beall - A Beautiful Body Project: what 9 months of pregnancy does to a woman's body. I love these photos, these women have love written on their bodies :) Also, this mother's tattoo is gorgeous, I'd love something with similar style and placement!
#emahomagazine India – Photobook-making is at its nascent stage in India. This workshop is aimed at introducing photographers to the process of creating a handmade photobook based on a narrative project that they have been working on.
#emahomagazine Japanese photographer Daisuke Yokota is known for pushing the developing process and the potential of analogue image-making to the extreme, thereby introducing imperfections and visual noise in the photos he creates.
#emahomagazine 'Life on the Road' by Tom Hunter captures a remarkable moment in time, in the 1990s, when young people travelled around Europe in a variety of vehicles adapted as homes, forming transitory communities based around festivals.
#emahomagazine To celebrate ten years of guerrilla activity Zoltar have created their first comprehensive collection of complete works to date; a cardinal silk- bound, gold-embossed book, echoing the craft and design of ancient religious texts, documenting the continued machinations of this art, fashion and design house
#emahomagazine "Gaffney also walked 3,500 kilometres to make the book, the original idea emerging out of the 800km stroll on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. So there's a mixing of meditation with pilgrimage that adds a certain weight to the book." - ColinPantall
#emahomagazine "Gaffney also walked 3,500 kilometres to make the book, the original idea emerging out of the 800km stroll on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. So there's a mixing of meditation with pilgrimage that adds a certain weight to the book." - Colin Pantall
#emahomagazine Taksim Calling is an unconventional poster book that contrasts spontaneously taken iPhone pictures of the Gezi protests by Frederic Lezmi with idealized and oversized vintage postcard-images from Taksim Square.
#emahomagazine United Kingdom - In the vein of Francis Alÿs’s Fabiola and Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules, Linda Fregni Nagler has collected seemingly nondescript images and accumulated a meaningful archive, thereby giving them a renewed purpose and intensity.