© Jenny Riffle
Every week, we select ten of our favorite links to photographic series published on the web over the previous seven days. We call it #fotoweb.
Scavenger: Adventures in Treasure Hunting
Jenny Riffle follows the explorations of Riley, an American young man who spends his time looking for small treasures and objects inspired by the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Very beautiful story, and very beautiful photographs. Via Thisispaper.
Michelle Frankfurter‘s striking photographs capture the journey of immigrants illegally entering the United States. Via EMAHO.
Silence, Through Silently
“A journey through the quiet solitude of small midwestern towns”. Black&white photographs by Tristan Hutchinson. Via Another Place.
This Photographer’s Creative Way of Getting Over an Ex
How do you forget an ex and move on with your life? Easy: cover her up in your photographs with intricate geometric patterns. Or at least, that’s what Matthew Swarts did. Via Slate.
Incredibly sweet and atmospheric work by Markus Henttonen. Via Paper Journal.
Haiti: Photographer’s Love Affairs with a Country on the Brink
Haiti is one of those countries that has always been a major draw for photographers. This slideshow brings together images from four different photographers, including two of our absolute favorite: Alex Webb and Bruce Gilden. Via Time’s Lightbox.
Touring Iceland with Annie Ling
Another country that photography loves, but with a very different climate: Iceland. This essay is by Annie Ling. Via Photobooth. (Need more photos from Iceland? Check this out).
Untitled (City of Eternal Spring)
When he moved to his wife’s hometown Medellin, Colombia, photographer Tom Griggs took to the camera to explore his new location. Via Ain’t Bad Magazine.
What does Hong Kong look like in the eyes of a stowaway coming to the city from the sea? A project by photographer Siu Wai Hang, inspired by the personal story of his father. Via Invisible Photographer Asia.
Au plaisir la douleur
A fascinating set of diaristic photographs by photographer Lola Hakimian. Via Phases.
Brazilian multimedia artist Jarbas Angelli sees a picture of birds on electric wires in a newspaper. The birds remind him of notes on a musical staff. So Jarbas decides to create a music using the melody suggested by the birds. Found via LensCulture.
© Federico Clavarino
And these are last week’s updates from Fotografia Magazine:
- Italy oh Italy! A brilliant photobook by Federico Clavarino
- ‘Photography is everywhere, all the time’ – The tranquillity of Heikki Kaski
- Every dysfunctional family is dysfunctional in its own way
- An interview with Tomoya Fujii, our #PhotographerInResidence for the past week
- This photographer followed two medical students into a morgue…
- Great street photography from New Orleans by Tammy Mercure
- Douglas Mandry makes cyanotypes with a solarium machine
- ‘Make me look good, got it?’ – 15 things you shouldn’t say to a photographer