Ah, the bathroom mirror selfie: the most narcissistic digital relic of our time, although I can’t say it’s not fun to be on the receiving end. César Moreno, based in Cancun, Mexico, takes these selfies out of the digital realm with a new series called Espejito, Espejito (Mirror, Mirror). On 80 x 50cm wooden canvases, he paints sexy images of women snapping cell phone pics in the mirror. His unique style leaves the women looking like wooden marionettes, perhaps suggesting something deeper. [Read more...]
Covered in Italian villas, beachcombers, and strangely symmetrical rock formations, tiny magical islands spring from the sea. It’s the beautiful world of photographer Gustav Willeit… and what makes it so intriguing isn’t necessarily his mirrored images near symmetry, it’s the few non-symmetrical elements which really grab your eye: a bus tours around a apparently circular ring road, a boat anchors on one shore of otherwise identical sides of an island, twin peninsulas surround multi-colored italian villas. These small touches of non-symmetry lend his images the credible touches that makes us wonder: is this the real world? [Read more...]
If you’ve ever looked in the mirror and not quite recognized the face looking back, Alex Kisilevich’s meloncolic series “On the Surface” will really strike a chord. Each portrait features a main character seeming to contemplate some deeper meaning of existence, while reflected in the photograph we find their double has transformed into a different, yet surprisingly familiar person. Based in Toronto, Canada, you can find more of Kisilevich’s work at alexkisilevich.com.