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Stuff we Love – unconventional landscapes.

Here are three photographers whose landscape work we’ve enjoyed recently for its originality and unusual approach…

Arito Nishiki

Arito Nishiki

In Northern Japan, Arito Nishiki photographs the wild weather on this ever-changing coast, capturing the vivid movement and the winter darkness. This series is named after a village that slipped into the sea due to the relentless erosion from the force of nature.  Immerse yourself in his world here.


Martin Venezky and Barbara Levine: Horizon

Martin Venezky and Barbara Levine

Martin Venezky and Barbara Levine

A beautifully balanced collage concept, perfectly executed to give a time-spanning cinematic appeal, both with their stuttering zoetrope construction and flashes of vintage film colour. More of these atmospheric visual vignettes here, and a fascinating insight into their creation.


Toshio Shibata

Toshio Shibata

Toshio Shibata

A considered approach that produces quietly and beautifully detailed images of landscape – especially water – and the infrastructure that contains and guides it.

“Infrastructure….can be found anywhere and addressed at any time – a silent object that allows for one-sided interpretation”.

Take in his pictures of unstoppable forces and immovable objects here and look over his gorgeous catalogue of published work here.