• Submission Sunday
  • Posted 25 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 52054 Views
  • Dania Shihab is an Iraq-born photographer who now lives and works in Barcelona. After becoming exhausted working as a medical doctor, Shihab picked up a camera as a way of releasing some of her creative energy. "Most of the time photography for me is trying to capture a little bit of magic, a fleeting moment, an unrepeatable gesture but I fluctuate between someone who wants to seize spontaneity and humour and someone who wants to create an image," she says. The result is a portfolio featuring a huge variety of styles and subjects, each brilliant in their own way.

    www.daniashihab.com

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    Past Submission Sundays…

    • casually ripping Leibovitz (http://fakecomedian.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/whoopiimage.jpg).
    • dan Posted 25 months ago · 55 Reply
    • Far and away better than the usual featured submissions.
    • Surprised Posted 25 months ago · 61 Reply
    • casually ripping tim barber (http://timbarber.vaesite.net/timbarber_7ba2c870bc2ac91e1b007783fcc337a6.jpg)
    • ahlice Posted 25 months ago · 39 Reply
    • Its hard to find this portfolio rich in variety more than it is to find it lacking in continuity and opinion.
    • Dan Posted 25 months ago · 34 Reply
    • Let's all name drop the one photographer we know and claim everything ripped it off. These are excellent, for the record.
    • That Guy Posted 25 months ago · 56 Reply
    • Not sure how in any way this rips Tim Barber. The top image is amazing and i love the light and shadows in the ping pong photo. these images show so much diversity with the eerie long lanscape. The one of the man on the beach isn't just nostalgic but actually looks like an image from eras ago. Pessimists don't judge unless you have something better to show that isn't apparently "ripping" someone else. Guarantee someone can find a small similarity of most images / brands / ideas.
    • Ray Cook Posted 25 months ago · 47 Reply
    • Be real, though, both of the aforementioned 'rips' are pretty accurate.
    • Celibatewives Posted 25 months ago · 47 Reply
    • Ella transforma el mundo en tonos de ciencia ficción. Los paisajes cobran una identidad propia. Fotos con carácter y personalidad. Sencillamente BELLO
    • Rapitenc Chef Posted 25 months ago · 59 Reply
    • I'm digging all these pics, especially the top one, reminds me of Killing Zoe, the table tennis one is also well cool. Id buy prints if they were available?
    • You All Suck Posted 25 months ago · 46 Reply
    • beautiful. her portfolio is impressive!
    • bcn Posted 25 months ago · 42 Reply
    • Such simple moments captured just in time...Thats the power of photography. I really enjoy the perspective in these pictures, I feel like I was there to share that microsecond that everything seemed in it's right place! And The milky water in the bathtub offsets the glistening fish scales and girl, disturbingly beautiful ...
    • Saschveen Posted 25 months ago · 50 Reply
    • The first image is haunting, I wish the girl would turn around so I could see the expression on her face ....intrigued!
    • Saschveen Posted 25 months ago · 64 Reply
    • Dania's vision is original and inspiring. I've seen most of her photographs and these are just the tip of the ice berg. There is emotion, artistry and narrative behind all of her work. Glad to see her featured here! See the rest here: http://www.daniashihab.com/
    • Audrey Posted 25 months ago · 56 Reply
    • Awe-inspiring. These are fantastic.
    • Frank Posted 25 months ago · 52 Reply
    • as strong as each image is individually, i have to agree that they arer convoluted and incohesive. seperately they are lovely - the ping pong photo stands above the rest imo.
    • j Posted 25 months ago · 52 Reply
    • This is a perfection of the current trends in photography. It's nothing new, but beautiful nevertheless. I do enjoy this post. We were all beginners, in the end.
    • Vincent Posted 25 months ago · 58 Reply
    • Id like to tit-fuck her ass!
    • Colonel Cluster Fuck Posted 25 months ago · 73 Reply
  • Tossa De Mar Villa
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 12369 Views
  • Nestled among the Catalonian cliffs of Tossa De Mar on the coast of Spain, this impressive 16,000 square foot property features three separate villas, each with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. The central house is entered using a panoramic elevator, which takes you up to...
  • Listen: Frank Ocean - Wiseman
  • 25 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 11882 Views
  • If you're a fan of Frank Ocean, Christmas has come early because he's unveiled his latest track - "Wiseman". The gentle ballad was originally supposed to appear on the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino's latest feature Django Unchained, but apparently there wasn't a scene in the movie...
  • Detroit: Now and Then
  • 25 months ago · Art & Design · 12 Comments · 40475 Views
  • Detroiturbex - a website dedicated to raising awareness of the social and economic challenges the city of Detroit faces through photography - have created a new series entitled "Now and Then." Taken in the now dilapidated and abandoned Lewis Cass Technical High School, the series...
  • New Arrivals: The Quiet Life Ojos Pack
  • 25 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 7341 Views
  • To bring in the holidays, LA-based label The Quiet Life have released a super limited edition two pack of Ojos pattern 5 panel caps. Available globally in a run of just 300, the predominantly black fabric caps feature an Ojos pattern on either the brim or the side panels, as well...
  • 40 Billion Floating Airport for London
  • 26 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 12505 Views
  • Engineering consultancy Beckett Rankine have revealed a proposal for a 40 billion floating airport on the Thames estuary designed take some of the stress away from London's existing airports. As one of the busiest cities in the world, year on year it becomes increasingly obvious...
  • No Noise at Selfridges
  • 26 months ago · style · 1 Comment · 12152 Views
  • In an attempt to showcase minimalist design at its best, London department store Selfridges have teamed up with The Idler and Headspace to create a No-Noise area opening on 7 January, 2013, and running through to the end of February. The idea is something that Harry Selfridge himself...