Raphael Hefti is a Swiss artist and photographer who uses a wide range of technical and scientific techniques to create unique and fascinating art works.
Jitka Hanzlová series Forest is very simple but very beautiful
I like the humour and originality of Dutch artist Scarlett Hooft Graafland especially her works in Bolivia and in the Arctic (including the igloo below made from blocks of frozen orange lemonade).
Corrine May Botz photos are not always comfortable, dealing with subjects such as murder and hauntings, but in a non-sensationalist way. For example the series ”The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death” is:
an exploration of a collection of eighteen miniature crime scene models that were built in the 1940′s and 50′s by a progressive criminologist Frances Glessner Lee (1878 – 1962). The models, which were based on actual homicides, suicides, and accidental deaths, were created to train detectives to assess visual evidence.
American photographer Jane Fulton Alt has a great selection of work covering issues as diverse as the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, New Orleans, forest fires, psychiatrist’s waiting rooms and delicate portraits. She seems to approach each new topic with a new style.