Instagram selection #202

16 July 2019   •  
Written by Fisheye Magazine
Instagram selection #202

Summer is here. Departures to faraway lands have begun, and you wish to get away? This Instagram selection will take you to Korea, Colorado, and even to the moon!


Photographer and art director based in Denver, Colorado, Brandon Lopez presents, on Instagram, a minimal universe. Fascinated by architecture and strange places, he captures a pastel-tone world filled with poetry.

© brandon.brightside / Instagram© brandon.brightside / Instagram

© brandon.brightside / Instagram


Here’s an account dedicated to travel. Fabien Dendiével captures with his film camera his journeys to the corners of the worlds. Among his favourite subjects, you will find idyllic landscapes and minimal portraits.

© Fabien Dendiével / Instagram© Fabien Dendiével / Instagram

© Fabien Dendiével / Instagram


Cary Palmour’s Instagram gallery invites you to step away from everyday life. Through her cinematic pictures, she captures American landscapes with nostalgia or humor. On her account, abandoned motels meet delicate portraits.

© Carly Palmour / Instagram© Carly Palmour / Instagram

© Carly Palmour / Instagram


Josh Wang is fascinated by deserted and somewhat supernatural places. By playing with lights and perspectives, the photographer transforms the urban space into a strange territory, inviting mystery into daily life.

© Josh Wang / Instagram© Josh Wang / Instagram

© Josh Wang / Instagram


In Chinese folklore, it is said that a rabbit lived in the moon. A legend which caused many to raise their heads. His feet planted firmly on the ground, Karol Gustaav Małecki reunites dreams with reality. Oscillating between fashion and imaginary, his pictures turn into tales.

© Karol Gustavv Małecki 2

© Karol Gustavv Małecki / Instagram


In Phil Donohue’s images, almost everything is part of the setting. Yet, what he captures is our close urban environment. He reminds us that we keep building fictions we don’t actively play a part in.

© Phil Donohue 1© Phil Donohue 2

© Phil Donohue / Instagram


Here, portraits intertwine with strangeness. This photographer cultivates mystery on their Instagram gallery, and keeps breaking code. An inspiring account for those who like to experiment.

© michael_briglio / Instagram© michael_briglio / Instagram

© michael_briglio / Instagram

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