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Banality in Monochrome
This book is is a collection of street photography in black and white. Most of the pictures in this book were taken in the Riau Islands and several locations in Central Java. In many ways, this book tells a story of everyday life interactions of human and their environment and also with each other, a definition of a social being. With a documentary approach, may these photos represent an urban way of life with the rhythm of each individuals living their banal, routine life.
Eight to Four By Ndymoto
With a new experience, comes a whole new perspective, #ndymotocommuting is a personal photography project of recording my new circadian routines of train commuting in Jakarta.
It is such a unique, exciting, and thrilling experience to be able to recognize the beauty of objects that I have never thought before amongst the commonalities of life in a train station. Thus this visual diary “Eight to Four” is presented to you as a collection of still soulful moments in the routine clockwork life.
Kathā by Sap & Tess
A dream about a piece of paradise that was once a wishful adventure has finally been paid off. The sound of car horns, dust from the street, brick walled building blended into one. Forming a background for women clad in saris and men in their modest coat with traditional dhaka hat over their heads. The scent of incense filled the air and the prayer flags waving blue, white, red, green, and yellow seemed to be conveying our prayer along with others. Kathmandu has welcomed us and we answered with excitement.
This unforgettable thirty days trip began with a simple curiosity. What it would be like to enjoy the reputedly full of mantra Nepali new- year festival, Bisket Jatra, in Bhaktapur, and to delve into adventure in Annapurna Circuit. This unusual journey felt more meaningful when a coffee shop in Lalitpur agreed to showcase our photographs about Indonesia.
Nature speaks with its own language. An earthquake measuring 7.9 Richter that became a part of our memories,happened right when we were at an altitude of 4880 meters above sea level. In a post before we head to Thorung La Pass, 5416 meters closer to the sun. At that time, the temperature had reached the low point of minus 10 degrees Celsius and frozen our analog cameras over.
Our initial reason to visit the land of Himalayas is to be amazed by the natural beauty, absorbed by the culture, and to seek for adventure. However, friendship, romance, and mysticism of Nepal had captivated us and our thirty day trip no longer feels enough. We have to come back. Here is our story, told through photographs captured during the trip by films, through the lens, from the light of Nepal.
Sap & Tess
Parallel World by Agus Nonot
Agus Nonot Supriyanto is a photographer who loves traveling and taking pictures of everything, especially street objects with artistic view. His photobook is using a street photography genre and surrealism approach. All pictures in this book are taken by using reflections through water, puddle, glass, mirror, floors, etc.
SWARGA By Alfabach
“Because of my job as a travelmates/travelguide in bromo, I have chance to witnessed every beauty of this place and took numereous photos of bromo area. At first I made this book as a memento for my client. Now, I hope everyone can see what I witnessed everytime I go to work..” – Ali Fahmi Bach
Utterly Me Magazine Vol.3
Utterly Me Magazine is a triannual beauty journal dedicated to all women who appreciate their natural beauty. The beauty enthusiasts behind the Magazine believes that makeup is intended as tools to enhance beauty rather than to cover a woman's face and the imperfections that she has rather than to hide herself and become someone else. And this is why this journal is written: we want to motivate and further encourage every woman out there to see and wear makeup to accentuate and appreciate the beauty that she has within.
UTTERLY ME MAGAZINE Vol. 3: “Camouflage”
In this issue, we're focusing the lens of a woman's role in her every day life, taking the time to really think about what it is that makes us camouflage.
Wayfare by Levina Maida
Wayfare is a photobook inspired by travel. Since I like to observe people's behavior in public, I mostly took lots of pictures of them.
The theme for Wayfare is juxtaposition, which means place or deal with close together for contrasting effect to show how unique Hong Kong is for me.