Jason Chen – Photo Weaving

Jason Chen is originally from Guangzhou, China. He received his BFA in Animation from the University of Arts in 2008. Jason is a Philadelphia based Photographer specializing in Fashion, Editorial, and Alternative Process Photography.

In 2012, Jason Chen shifted his long-running focus on dry plate tintypes to a new process: photo weaving. Chen began using two separate images of the same person, then wove them together in a process exploring time, movement, process, and mutation. He has exhibited works in the series one by one over the years, but in Fragments, his 2015 solo exhibition at Paradigm Gallery, a full collection of these works were on display together for the first time.

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Samsofy – Legographie

Lyon based photographer Samsofy creates an unbelievable imaginary world of comprised LEGO characters. The scenes depicted interweave the plastic pieces alongside life-sized objects to convey an incredibly humorous and innovative masterpiece.

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Maciek Jasik – A Corrupt Nature

“In ‘A Corrupt Nature’ our traditional viewpoint of Las Vegas is flipped. Our focus is sets of lonely, forgotten trees and strange piles of detritus resembling pyramids, the casinos far in the background. Immediately, we’re reminded of the barren landscape that preceded our arrival. Through the use of color, these elements transcend their ordinary appearance and become symbols of Nature’s inherent power and endurance, patiently outlasting eras and species.” Maciek Jasik

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Victor Koroma – Our Fantastic Death by Crayons

“Our Fantastic Death by Crayons” is a series by photographer Victor Koroma that juxtaposes a tool that symbolizes death and destruction and a tool that symbolizes creation and youthful imagination. The series explores the thought that we die from our own creations. That by creating we destroy and by destroying we create.

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David Emmite’s – Whimsical Still Life Photography

Photographer David Emmite snaps pictures of incredible still life scenarios, however, these tend to be a different kind. The plate of spaghetti and meatballs is supplemented with yarn and knitting needles; a thick steak is cut directly from the flesh of a table, finely marbled by wood grain. Emmite’s work displays a whimsical and surreal nature to everyday objects and situations.

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Stephen Orlando – Motion Exposure

Canadian photographer Stephen Orlando uses programmable LED light sticks attached to kayak paddles, people, racquets, and other objects to create unbelievable photographs that incorporate light painting. The recorded motion of the kayaking, swimming and canoeing display a tremendously unique effect.

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Bela Borsodi – Hilarious Balloon Sculptures

Austrian photographer Bela Borsodi creates brightly colored, cartoonish images by taking photos of balloons wearing funny costumes. For well over a decade he has been taking photographs of still lives consisting of a ton of humour, optical illusions, weird proportions, color play, and whimsical objects. His incredible list of clients include Vogue Russia, Bloomingdales, H&M, Puma, Target, Hermes and Swarovski to name a few.

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