June Issue 2018
Showcasing selected and inspiring work by our creative members, news from 25pages, fresh posters from our shop and more! Get Inspired!
Interview with photographer Kevin Krautgartner
Kevin Krautgartner, 29 years old German photographer with passion for architecture and landscapes (especially aerials). Taking photos for about 5 years, but only doing it full-time for the last 2 years. After Kevin graduated from a University of Applied Sciences with a degree in graphic design, he was more and more putting his focus on photography. Right now really loves what he does and thinks his journey has just started.Read more
Interview with photographer Holger Nitschke
Holger Nitschke, 39 years old photographer based in Northern Germany near the city “Oldenburg” with his girlfriend/partner Ilka who is also involved in his photography. Started photography back in 2003 when he bought his first digital camera, a nasty Kodak Easyshare-thing for 800 EUR, which battery was always low after 30 shots. In the first year he just took snap-shots, but often carry the camera to concerts and his goal was to make personally useful live-shots of several bands he loved. After a concert, the bandleader of a local independent band asked him if he wanted to make some promo-pictures from him and his band for the forthcoming album. Holger agreed and after a week he had his first “shooting”. The results were fine and Holger was “infected” in people-photography.Read more
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Interview with designer and photographer Balázs Csizik
Balázs Csizik (30), born in Székesfehérvár and living, working in Budapest. Interested in researching the connections between abstract photography and traditional art forms like painting, and with graphic design. Following his interests, he wrote his thesis work (Budapest University Technology and Economics – Visual Communication MA) about the contemporary abstract photography scene in Hungary and started producing works in the genre himself. In his work he combined the visual language of graphic design and photography, using two skillsets. It is a study of the meeting points of constructivist and suprematist art and urban minimalist photography. We can find similar elements in both of them, focusing on basic geometric forms, such as squares, circles, and diagonal lines. Balázs found that these art compositions are reconstructable in everyday urban landscapes in a two-dimensional graphic form. Has an interest in raw materials, concrete, and wood. Everything that reduces the elements to a minimalist state. Loves hiking, watching and criticise movies with his friends, and cats (“Balázs: but who don’t like cats?”) Mostly inspired by music and Scandinavian movies, like Olafúr Arnalds, Nils Frahm or Philip Glass and the dogma movies by Vinterberg and Trier for example.Read more
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Interview with conceptual photographer Carlos Bracho
Carlos Bracho is a 28 years old scientist, based in Panama. He is a Biotechnologist who happens to be deeply connected with the creation of ideas through photographs.We asked him a few in-depth questions about his photography work and would like to showcase a few shots from his inspiring work.Read more
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