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Posted on December 5, 2012 by Isabella Cecconi

Little I still know about this photographer, but I must admit it was a pleasure getting to know his photography. His, is maybe not a new way to interpret the ocean but surely a vehement manner to consider it. What you get by seeing his images of amazing big waves is an appeal to water in motion. Paul Bobko’s unique interpretation of the water started while sitting on a surfboard waiting for the perfect wave. In his short and meditative time he started seeing the shape and energy of the wave itself. Even if Californian by birth, Paul lives and works as photographer in New York City.
His series of work was photographed on the shores of the New York and California coasts. The composition of each image is similar to that of a formal landscape, the photograph shoots at the horizon and his point of view and perspective is the one just before the water changes into an approaching wall of water. Continue Reading →


Posted on November 6, 2012 by admin

Ryan Tatar photography is mainly inspired by surfers and coastal landscapes. Tatar, born and raised in the great state lake of Michigan and adopted by California, loves to shot on various vintage film stocks and of course, he loves waves and action. His magical work have brought  international attention inside and outside of the surf world and he has been mentioned or featured by magazines and sites like the Surfer’s Path, Esquire, Complex, Blue Japan, and Desillusion France.  He has collaborated with indie and international clients such as Uniqlo, H&M, O’Neill, PacSun, and Billabong.  Tartar is also an avid surfer and a Twothirds Sentinel, a designation given by environmentally-conscious brand Twothirds to those who share its devotion to the sea. A selection of the photographer’s art is currently being showcased at Ron Herman Sendagaya — original works on 35mm film and Polaroid that continue Tatar’s celebration of the aquatic lifestyle.  The exhibition will run until November 16 in Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku  Tokyo.