Category: Kickstarter Photography

The Street Vendors in Hanoi from Above by Loes Heerink

Loes Heerink is a talented self-taught photographer and communication officer based in Enschede, Netherlands. For her photo series “Vendors from Above”, Loes has spent days on bridges to capture the diversity in colors and the beauty of street vendors in Hanoi. “The street vendors in Hanoi are often female migrants that spend most of their days trying to make profits on selling fruit, vegetables, snacks and other small items,” she says. “I spent a lot of my mornings shooting all the images I already have but it is not enough to publish a book,” Heerink continues.”Once I started the project ... Read more

Underneath We Are Women – Body-Positive Project by Amy Herrmann

Underneath we are women is a new campaign that will photograph 100 women in their underwear to show the body diversity of women. Amy D Herrman is a talented 26-year-old photographer and mum-of-two from Adelaide, Australia. She started the project, that aims to show the incredible diversity of women’s bodies. “Underneath we are women” is a photobook which documents 100 women, 100 bodies, 100 stories – is the body image campaign we’ve all been waiting for. Amy et herself the task 12 months ago to capture a variety of women from all different shapes and sizes in their underwear as ... Read more

Mitch Boyer Photoshops His “Vivian the Dog” Into a Giant

Mitch Boyer is a talented illustrator, self taught photographer and image maker currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Right now Mitch works on a children’s book about a big dog moving to the “big city,” designed to help kids deal with big changes like moving. The photo series has become so popular, Mitch has now turned them into a children’s book. The pair have launched a Kickstarter campaign to get their project off the ground. Like many Dachshunds, my dog Vivian thinks she’s much larger than she actually is. I thought it would be fun to make a photo series ... Read more

Tiny Astronaut Project by Aaron Sheldon

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”98925,98926,98927,98928,98929,98930,98931,98932,98933″] Aaron Sheldon is a talented photographer and photography educator currently based in Columbus, OH, USA. Aaron shoots a lot of architecture, street and commercial photography. For his new series “Small Steps Are Giant Leaps“, Sheldon decided to stage his 4 year old son dressed as an astronaut, exploring our daily lives. The helmet symbolizing how astronauts are brave and face their fears, this little four year old braves and discovers the world astronaut style. I had the idea for Small Steps Are Giant Leaps while I was riding the bus with my then three-year-old son. ... Read more

Between Home and Wisdom by Tommaso Fiscaletti

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”77875,77876,77877,77878,77879,77880,77881,77882,77883″] Tommaso Fiscaletti is an Italian photographic artist based in Cape Town. was was born in 1981. In 2001 he started to create projects between North Africa and Eastern Europe, working constantly in studio as well. Both experiences will be decisive for his later approach to photography. His works stems from the will of telling the Man about existential subjects, such as family relationships, the memory and the connection with the nature. On 2013 he decided to move from Milan to Cape Town and this has been a crucial step in his personal poetry for the interweaving ... Read more

The Hidden South by Brent Walker

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”76488,76489,76490,76491,76492,76493,76494,76495,76496,76497″] The Hidden South is a photo journal, by Brent Walker, that documents conversations with the unseen. It was started on September 10th, 2014. Brent was born in Atlanta, GA in 1971 and have lived in the South his entire life.

The Universal Family by Michele Crowe

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” size=”large” ids=”73197,73198,73199,73201,73202,73204,73205,73207,73208,73210,73211″] The Universal Family is a portrait series made to unite the human race through the spirit of family. The world is changing, and through diverse imagery of various families around the world you will see how different we can be but also how wonderfully similar we are in the eyes of our loved ones. Michele Crowe was born and raised in Long Island, NY, went to college at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA, currently settled in Brooklyn, NY.

The Last Stop by Ryann Ford

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”65541,65542,65543,65544,65545,65546,65547,65548″] Ryann Ford is a talented photographer based in Austin, TX. The Last Stop is her photography book documenting the vanishing roadside rest areas of America’s highways. Enjoy Ryann’s project on kickstarter.