Constructed Worlds A photography project by Carolina Mizrahi

Through the creation of her own constructed surreal world, Brazilian visual artist Carolina Mizrahi creates inspiring fantasy characters and set designs.

A graduate of the London College of Fashion, her work is an investigation into gender stereotypes, beauty rituals, and the representation of women in media.

Through the fabrication of her own constructed and manipulated world, the imposing color palette creates an illusory sense of fantasy, which opens the door to endless potential messages. In her work the artist combines set design, styling, and art direction, mainly working with photography.

Mizrahi’s work has been exhibited worldwide and she has been recently pointed as one of the next rising stars in fashion photography by The University of the Arts London.

– Discover more of Carolina’s work here

Monthly Photo Contest

black and white street photo of man crossing street in New York City in snow storm by Juan Carlo Calingo
© Juan Carlo Calingo

2022 Street Photography AWARD Deadline: 30 September 2022

“It’s not the streets, it’s where the streets lead you that’s important.” – Bruce Davidson

This month we are celebrating street photography of all styles, and are on the hunt for your most compelling examples!⁠ – Candid depictions of quotidian life; prismatic hues amongst the grey of the city; subtle moments of joy, humor, or love: we want to see YOUR streets!⁠


1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400

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