Hot spring, Japan.
in the beginning of summer, i visited Celeste Byers and we started working on our collaboration.
we hiked up the canyons carrying huge bags of white fur and string. celeste became this creature in the moss // it makes no sense and i couldn’t stop laughing.
one of the best parts of collaborations is to experience how your own work changes and shifts when it’s combined with others. such a special thing to witness.
celeste truly is one of the greatest people on earth. i am so inspired by her passion for life!
she is one of those people who leaves a trail of magic everywhere she goes.
go check out her world& hear her music too !
this is the first image(s) we’re releasing of our series // so much more to come!
#90 Andreas Duschek
#90 of 200 images that have made the IYL Showcase shortlist. We’ll be posting 2 images/day in the run up to the London Showcase (October 23rd) when the final 20 images will be announced and presented as chosen by the showcase jury..
The Desert Rose exists only on Socotra Island. A third of the island’s plants exist nowhere else on the planet. (source)
Desert Rose, Socotra
Photograph by Mark W. Moffett, National Geographic
A desert rose anchors itself on the Maalah cliffs, in the company of more than 300 other rare plant species on Socotra. In the distance lies Qulansiyah, one of the island’s largest towns.
Cucumber tree. This tree is only found on Socotra Island.
Viriditas: An Anthology of Contemporary Women ArtistsA new publication showcasing emerging talent from an international array of women whose work ranges from intimate self portraits to ritualistic group performances, experimental photography to intricate paintings drawn from dreams.Photograph by Alison Scarpulla.