Life is a beach, literally, at least for photographer Morgan Maassen. Known for his unique and dreamy surf photos, Maassen truly has been around the world and back. While Maassen was born and raised in Santa Barbara, Calif., he rarely find himself in one place for long. Read more “Morgan Maassen is Chasing Waves with a Camera in Tow”
Woody Gooch’s tender years belie the superlative quality of his work. Entirely self-taught, the young Australian photographer is grabbing the attention of the world, all while taking all of the newfound adulation in his remarkably laid-back stride.
Read more “Woody Gooch: Capturing Time on the Crest of a Wave”
Santa Teresa has been called a “future Tulum.” After a recent trip, I can see why it is has earned this title; becoming an off-the-beaten-path haven for creatives, dreamers and wandering spirits. Read more “Santa Teresa: Discover the Tulum of the Future”
Travel in its purest form is a practice of rejuvenation. Taken out of our usual setting, we break up our established routine and expose ourselves to new sights, sounds, and smells. This thrust into an unfamiliar scene ushers in ideas, emotions, and thoughts about the world—and about ourselves—we haven’t considered before. Read more “Verdant Ningbo: 72 Hours in China’s Hidden Green Jewel”
It’s somewhat of a local secret, the White Beach. No one can tell you exactly where to go or how to find it, but they let you know that it’s paradise, and it exists in an area where it’s hard to separate that dream from the reality. Read more “A Local’s Paradise: Port Barton, Philippines”
When Anton Repponen woke up in the back seat of his 4×4 off-road Toyota, it was still dark outside. He wasn’t quite sure where he was — somewhere within the Brazilian state of Ceará, surely – perhaps a few dozen kilometers outside of Fortaleza, perhaps a bit more. Read more “On The Horizon with Anton Repponen”
Not so long ago Pharrell Williams described being happy as feeling like a room without a roof. Personally, I relate happiness more to feeling like a room filled with Gray Malin’s art. Read more “Gray Malin: Happiness Is in the Eye of the Beholder”
Long before there were “influencers” and Instagram became a lens via which to peer into their respective personal spaces, Coveteur.com was capturing unfiltered, behind-the-scenes glimpses into fashion-industry personalities around the world, many of them unknown (and often unrecognized) at the time – stylists, makeup artists and designers – all tastemakers in their own right.
Imagine if the beach was your front yard, the stars were your roof, the coastal cliffs were your playground and complete strangers became your companions.
A quick turnaround and the looming jet lag that would entail curtailed any direction or planning of what exactly I would do once I arrived in Lisbon. I hit the streets in a daze, fueled on espresso and pastries, camera in tow, and was immediately struck by how arresting everything was. Read more “Behind The Lens: Sleepwalking Through Lisbon”
Natural, irrational and appealing are the methodical descriptors the photography duo known as Synchrodogs chose to characterize their work. Although untraditional in nature, these attributes prove iconic and true for all of their photos.
It’s common these days, with the proliferation of mass internet content, that successful artists find themselves at the mercy of the media, and in that, having to explain what their artwork represents or how it’s defined.
Water. It is one of the most powerful and relatable elements on our planet. It’s changeability from soothing, reflective glass to waves that roar and crash – loud and angry – mirror our own range of human emotions.