One day Ben Hopper got a great deal on a camera and went to Europe to start taking pictures. It sounds as simple as the start to nearly any photographer’s career. Technical simplicity is so far a theme; his work as of now consists mostly of his camera and whatever space, light, and settings he can find or create. When you look at his photography, particularly his outdoor work (and especially when he
Corraldo Dalcò, born in Parma, Italy, has a strong background in Graphic Design, and interestingly, presents a powerful off-beat vision. In these photos that Corradò was kind enough to provide us with, he uses a simple lo-fi Holga Camera , which allows him to translate his artistic vision for this particular shoot into reality: a faded world, as if his photos were fragmented memories from something that happened far, far ago. Things get even more interesting,
Phil Moy–fanboy, musician, and one of NYC’s hottest photographers–has just come off quite the busy 2010, complete with a self-published book and photo exhibition, Buckets Off , as well as a handful of group showings: Sexual Healing, En Garde for Charity, Visions of the Empire, to name a few. What’s most surprising is how he conciliates that with his in-between day-job working in the commercial photography industry Luckily for us, Mr. Moy was able to take time out of his
Jason Levesque, who goes by the moniker ‘StuntKid‘, is a widely-published illustrator whose work has been featured in a variety of media, including German fetish publications, ‘LA Weekly’ and ‘Playstation Magazine’. Although his work is open to many interpretations, Jason draws inspiration from what might be considered unexpected sources, such as Geology and Biology. You could almost miss it while browsing through the material on his official blog , but Jason is also an accomplished photographer,
NYBodyArt may be a New York-based publication largely featuring New York subjects, artists, and their oeuvre, but our content is also inspired from across the US. In fact, we take such pride in our domain that we are occasionally reluctant to cover a particular subject or person, simply because we feel our audience would appreciate the local content. That said, it takes a particularly outstanding individual or action to impel our attentions internationally.