Photographers Sjoerd Spendel & Lennart de Jong from Holland started the '365-Days' project on Tumblr. 'One photograph a day, for 365 days. The only rule: every picture must be in black & white.' Their aim was to improve their photography and capture the zeitgeist of their year. Three years on, their blog has attracted over 300,000 followers.
This type of photography is called 'urbex'. The photographers are, by definition, curious about unknown and forgotten places which are often dangerous and forbidden. The mixture of photography and excitement is Wigo's motive. He came in contact with other urbex photographers and at meetings information was exchanged
How do human beings show their love? With smiles! Ingrid Marn has been travelling the world since she was a child, capturing people in diverse locations and situations, yet with so much in common. This book is a celebration of life and humanity, containing the heart-warming affirmation that we are positively and delightfully all connected.
An acclaimed project inspired by, and featuring, Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is an intriguing visual journey celebrating the lives, achievements and essential goodness of some of South AfricaÆs greatest citizens. This candid collection of their personal stories and unique portraits reflects our country, its tapestry and, above all, its people.
You hear the term more often now: urban farming or gardening, in other words city gardening. Growing your own vegetables, fruit and herbs in your city garden, on your balcony or even on your roof. And, if possible, together, as there are more and more initiatives to create on undeveloped pieces of land