Instagram selection #236

10 March 2020   •  
Written by Fisheye Magazine
Instagram selection #236

Retro, post-apocalyptical or even fantastic, the worlds created by the photographers of the 236th Instagram selection offer us an escape from our daily life.


As Carter Bliss writes in his bio, his account is filled with “photos that are born in [his] bath”. After analogue photography, this American artist’s favourite hobby is cars. A means of transportation turned into a true artwork.

© Carter Bliss / Instagram© Carter Bliss / Instagram

© Carter Bliss / Instagram


Andrew is all about analogue. This young Italian photographer presents on his Instagram account visual mysticism. We often come across women posing in nature. Whether they are blurred or shaded off, their faces flourish with poetry.

© andrewsuperview / Instagram© andrewsuperview / Instagram

© andrewsuperview / Instagram


French photographer Mathieu Richter Mamousse showcases on Instagram many projects. More than a display, his account appears as a window to other cultures.

© Mathieu Richer Mamousse / Instagram© Mathieu Richer Mamousse / Instagram

© Mathieu Richer Mamousse / Instagram


As a Fashion photographer fan of quirky sceneries, Morgan Hill-Murphy deconstructs with humour the codes of the genre. Warm colours, strange details, poetic scenes… By developing his own aesthetics, he imposes his own vision of beauty. A fascinating account.

© Morgan Hill-Murphy / Instagram© Morgan Hill-Murphy / Instagram

© Morgan Hill-Murphy / Instagram


Based in Paris, Lucrecia Duende publishes here her roaming in an enchanting nature. Playing with colours and our perception of reality, she turns our world into a fantastic parallel universe. Lost in these landscapes, we find ourselves wanting to stay a bit longer.

© Lucrecia Duende / Instagram© Lucrecia Duende / Instagram

© Lucrecia Duende / Instagram


Welcome to Benji Beacham’s universe, a weirdly deserted world, bathing in post-apocalyptical lights. Few silhouettes dare to go out in the rainy streets illuminated by neon lights. Only mystery remains, creating a most gloomy atmosphere.

© Benji Beacham / Instagram© Benji Beacham / Instagram

© Benji Beacham / Instagram


Tony, who studies architecture, invites his followers to follow him in a Thailand-based adventure. In Bangkok – to be more precise – the artist’s current home. In his street photos, shadows blend with pop colours. A sparkling account, perfect for a break.

© whereisone / Instagram© whereisone / Instagram

© whereisone / Instagram

Cover picture: © Morgan Hill-Murphy / Instagram

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