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"I try to capture in images the beauty of simple things"
"Shooting something else than people makes you focus on other things"
"I really like the documentary part of photography because it allows you to travel and explore the world"
"Without a clear direction, or a particular guided vision"
"I love the uncertainty of film, adding suspense and excitement and a kind of romance to the process"
"In my images, I look for beauty through the lines and geometry of architectural scenarios, and the organic elements and anatomy of nature, always from a calm and subtle point of view"

"A Quote by the Artist,
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The photographer and designer José Javier Serrano , better known artistically as Yosigo, is a young artist from San Sebastian who has achieved a new way of looking at and facing landscapes and places that we inhabit everyday but are often unable to take away his value and aesthetic strength - or if we do, we do it conventionally.

“I was a graphic designer before being a photographer!But spending too many hours in front of a computer didn't go with my lifestyle... I started taking pictures almost by chance and today I could not do otherwise!”

Yosigo manages with his photographs to give a turn to what "normally we see" and to take us to its unmistakable terrain and particular vision of its surroundings. The look of Yosigo (composition, chromatism, chosen elements ...) is what gives his proposal a non transferable personality, completely recognizable by his way of doing, which is without doubt one of the indispensable requirements to differentiate himself from the rest of the artistic proposals and get what is so petulantly used in the literary field and defined as "own voice."

“I really like the documentary part of photography because it allows you to travel and explore the world... So I try to work on projects that allow you that.”

 In addition, his passion for photography does not hide another of his passions (also his form of sustenance): graphic design. He himself has recognized in some interview that this taste for graphic design has influenced, at least to date, how to face the composition of many of his photographs, where straight lines and symmetry are part of his photographic personality and that directly influence when composing his photographs and in the same design of his exhibitions. Undoubtedly, we are dealing with the work of a singular and very personal photographer.

“I am currently traveling a lot working in advertising but at the same time I take advantage of these work trips to make personal projects that will soon come to light!!”
The photographer and designer José Javier Serrano, better known artistically as Yosigo, is a young artist from San Sebastian. He has achieved a new way of looking at and facing landscapes and places that we inhabit everyday but are often unable to take away its value and aesthetic strength - or if we do, we do it conventionally.

“I was a graphic designer before being a photographer! But spending too many hours in front of a computer didn't go with my lifestyle... I started taking pictures almost by chance and today I could not do otherwise!”

Yosigo manages with his photographs to give a turn to what "normally we see" and to take us to its unmistakable terrain and particular vision of its surroundings. The look of Yosigo (composition, chromatism, chosen elements ...) is what gives his proposal a non transferable personality, completely recognizable by his way of doing, which is without doubt one of the indispensable requirements to differentiate himself from the rest of the artistic proposals and get what is so petulantly used in the literary field and defined as "own voice."

“I really like the documentary part of photography because it allows you to travel and explore the world... So I try to work on projects that allow you that.”

In addition, his passion for photography does not hide another of his passions (also his form of sustenance): graphic design. He himself has recognized in some interview that this taste for graphic design has influenced, at least to date, how to face the composition of many of his photographs, where straight lines and symmetry are part of his photographic personality and that directly influence when composing his photographs and in the same design of his exhibitions. Undoubtedly, we are dealing with the work of a singular and very personal photographer.

“I am currently traveling a lot working in advertising but at the same time I take advantage of these work trips to make personal projects that will soon come to light!!”
Yentl Touboul is a photographer & filmmaker based in Hossegor, South West France. He got started by getting his hands on a Mini DV camera as a kid, which he used to film his friends and make surf videos.

"Growing up in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, we pretty much had no artistic scene. Internet was not a commodity yet, there was no photography shop or ways to get access to gear. We were just trying to make stuff happen with what we had but everything made it hard to experiment in those early days."

Eventually, he made the step to move to Europe at 17 years of age. That’s when he got introduced to film photography and 35mm cameras that now characterizes most of his work.

“I started taking photography seriously after buying a ridiculous amount of second-hand 35mm cameras when I first moved to France. I always loved image-making but the added uncertainty and timeless results you could get with film was really what got me hooked. It all quickly became an obsession and I had to take a camera everywhere I went from then on."

Being one of the minds behind Wasted Talent, a print magazine focusing on surfing, skateboarding, photography and arts, his work focuses heavily on these universes. Although through his travels, he found further interest in shooting architecture, street scenes, and landscapes, which characterizes a lot of his recent work.

“Color stocks were what got me into film photography, although I've been shooting a lot more black and white these past few years. You can’t beat the tones and grain you get from a black and white film photograph. These stocks really motivated me to shoot landscapes, architecture, and simple situations of everyday life… I find that shooting something else than people makes you focus on other things, such as framing, composition and lighting."
How did you get into photography?

Well, I started about 15 years ago. My father has always had many cameras at home (he bought his first camera while doing military service to capture everything he lived) and I simply imitated what he did; portray the daily life of our family.

What is your general approach towards taking pictures?

I like many types of photos and it’s hard to think about which style I would choose as my favorite. However, I really like to portray everyday life, which my friends and family are part of. I guess I emphasize more with the images that talk about daily life and everyday issues of people because it’s the kind of images I usually take. I generally photograph my surroundings and take the camera everywhere, but I feel especially comfortable and stimulated by the light and situations that happen at home with my friends.

What are you currently up to?

Right now I am involved in various projects related to advertising campaigns, taking photos and doing art direction.
Raised in Europe, and currently living in Los Angeles, Alexandre Souêtre is a creative consultant, photographer, art director for a skateboard company and co-owner of a branding/creative agency.

His work spans over multiple techniques/mediums: photography, design, video, illustration and whatever else is within reach of artistic curiosity.

Alexandre's photography mainly focuses on the soft, calm, still, subtle, non-happening, slow, intimate, lost, and ever so slightly off and odd subjects. Without a clear direction, or a particularly guided vision.
Where do you live?

I’m based in Sydney, a short walk from the beach and my favourite ocean lap-pool.

How did you get into photography?

I landed a job in my early 20’s where jumping from one continent to another in the space of a week was the norm. I was in Seychelles one minute, then New York, Casablanca or somewhere in Europe. I’d use my spare time to explore places I hadn’t been, whether it was jumping on a last minute flight or getting to know my new home desert home in the Middle East. My father has always visually documented his life ever since I can remember, so picking up a camera seemed like a natural thing to do. Capturing new sights starting with disposables, a simple digital camera and then expanding to a couple of SLR’s — digital and film. I love the uncertainty of film, adding suspense and excitement and a kind of romance to the process.

What are you currently working on?

I’m currently collaborating with other artists to bring my work into new forms. And forever working on personal projects.
David Vargas is an art director & photographer based in Barcelona.

It all started when at 14, my uncle Miguel gave me his analog camera. A few years later, while studying graphic design, my interest in analog photography grew. I would wander around Zaragoza, my hometown, capturing daily scenes with the camera.Nowadays I find inspiration in everyday life and my surroundings.

In my images, I look for beauty through the lines and geometry of architectural scenarios, and the organic elements and anatomy of nature, always from a calm and subtle point of view.

Right now I am involved in a personal project regarding an editorial publication and conceptualizing a new campaign for a special brand.

"A Quote by the Artist,
Convincing and Representative"

I try to capture in images the beauty of simple things
"Shooting something else than people makes you focus on other things"
"I really like the documentary part of photography because it allows you to travel and explore the world"
"Without a clear direction, or a particular guided vision"
"In my images, I look for beauty through the lines and geometry of architectural scenarios, and the organic elements and anatomy of nature, always from a calm and subtle point of view"
"I love the uncertainty of film, adding suspense and excitement and a kind of romance to the process"
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Paris, France
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blankprints.com
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Yentl Touboul is a photographer & filmmaker based in Hossegor, South West France. He got started by getting his hands on a Mini DV camera as a kid, which he used to film his friends and make surf videos.

"Growing up in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, we pretty much had no artistic scene. Internet was not a commodity yet, there was no photography shop or ways to get access to gear. We were just trying to make stuff happen with what we had but everything made it hard to experiment in those early days."


Eventually, he made the step to move to Europe at 17 years of age. That’s when he got introduced to film photography and 35mm cameras that now characterizes most of his work.

“I started taking photography seriously after buying a ridiculous amount of second-hand 35mm cameras when I first moved to France. I always loved image-making but the added uncertainty and timeless results you could get with film was really what got me hooked. It all quickly became an obsession and I had to take a camera everywhere I went from then on."


Being one of the minds behind Wasted Talent, a print magazine focusing on surfing, skateboarding, photography and arts, his work focuses heavily on these universes. Although through his travels, he found further interest in shooting architecture, street scenes, and landscapes, which characterizes a lot of his recent work.

“Color stocks were what got me into film photography, although I've been shooting a lot more black and white these past few years. You can’t beat the tones and grain you get from a black and white film photograph. These stocks really motivated me to shoot landscapes, architecture, and simple situations of everyday life… I find that shooting something else than people makes you focus on other things, such as framing, composition and lighting."

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Yentl Touboul is a photographer & filmmaker based in Hossegor, South West France.
He got started by getting his hands on a Mini DV camera as a kid, which he used to film his friends and make surf videos.

"Growing up in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, we pretty much had no artistic scene. Internet was not a commodity yet, there was no photography shop or ways to get access to gear. We were just trying to make stuff happen with what we had but everything made it hard to experiment in those early days."

Eventually, he made the step to move to Europe at 17 years of age. That’s when he got introduced to film photography and 35mm cameras that now characterizes most of his work.

“I started taking photography seriously after buying a ridiculous amount of second-hand 35mm cameras when I first moved to France. I always loved image-making but the added uncertainty and timeless results you could get with film was really what got me hooked. It all quickly became an obsession and I had to take a camera everywhere I went from then on."

Being one of the minds behind Wasted Talent, a print magazine focusing on surfing, skateboarding, photography and arts, his work focuses heavily on these universes. Although through his travels, he found further interest in shooting architecture, street scenes, and landscapes, which characterizes a lot of his recent work.

“Color stocks were what got me into film photography, although I've been shooting a lot more black and white these past few years. You can’t beat the tones and grain you get from a black and white film photograph. These stocks really motivated me to shoot landscapes, architecture, and simple situations of everyday life… I find that shooting something else than people makes you focus on other things, such as framing, composition and lighting."
How did you get into photography?

Well, I started about 15 years ago. My father has always had many cameras at home (he bought his first camera while doing military service to capture everything he lived) and I simply imitated what he did; portray the daily life of our family.

What is your general approach towards taking pictures?

I like many types of photos and it’s hard to think about which style I would choose as my favorite. However, I really like to portray everyday life, which my friends and family are part of.I guess I empathize more with the images that talk about daily life and everyday issues of people because it’s the kind of images I usually take. I generally photograph my surroundings and take the camera everywhere, but I feel especially comfortable and stimulated by the light and situations that happen at home with my friends.

What are you currently up to?

Right now I am involved in various projects related to advertising campaigns, taking photos and doing art direction.
The photographer and designer José Javier Serrano , better known artistically as Yosigo, is a young artist from San Sebastian who has achieved a new way of looking at and facing landscapes and places that we inhabit everyday but are often unable to take away his value and aesthetic strength - or if we do, we do it conventionally.

“I was a graphic designer before being a photographer! But spending too many hours in front of a computer didn't go with my lifestyle... I started taking pictures almost by chance and today I could not do otherwise!”

Yosigo manages with his photographs to give a turn to what "normally we see" and to take us to its unmistakable terrain and particular vision of its surroundings. The look of Yosigo (composition, chromatism, chosen elements ...) is what gives his proposal a non transferable personality, completely recognizable by his way of doing, which is without doubt one of the indispensable requirements to differentiate himself from the rest of the artistic proposals and get what is so petulantly used in the literary field and defined as "own voice."

“I really like the documentary part of photography because it allows you to travel and explore the world... So I try to work on projects that allow you that.”

In addition, his passion for photography does not hide another of his passions (also his form of sustenance): graphic design. He himself has recognized in some interview that this taste for graphic design has influenced, at least to date, how to face the composition of many of his photographs, where straight lines and symmetry are part of his photographic personality and that directly influence when composing his photographs and in the same design of his exhibitions. Undoubtedly, we are dealing with the work of a singular and very personal photographer.

“I am currently traveling a lot working in advertising but at the same time I take advantage of these work trips to make personal projects that will soon come to light!!” Website Instagram
Raised in Europe, and currently living in Los Angeles, Alexandre Souêtre is a creative consultant, photographer, art director for a skateboard company and co-owner of a branding/creative agency.

His work spans over multiple techniques/mediums: photography, design, video, illustration and whatever else is within reach of artistic curiosity.

Alexandre's photography mainly focuses on the soft, calm, still, subtle, non-happening, slow, intimate, lost, and ever so slightly off and odd subjects. Without a clear direction, or a particularly guided vision. Website Instagram
Where do you live?

I’m based in Sydney, a short walk from the beach and my favourite ocean lap-pool.

How did you get into photography?

I landed a job in my early 20’s where jumping from one continent to another in the space of a week was the norm. I was in Seychelles one minute, then New York, Casablanca or somewhere in Europe. I’d use my spare time to explore places I hadn’t been, whether it was jumping on a last minute flight or getting to know my new home desert home in the Middle East. My father has always visually documented his life ever since I can remember, so picking up a camera seemed like a natural thing to do. Capturing new sights starting with disposables, a simple digital camera and then expanding to a couple of SLR’s — digital and film. I love the uncertainty of film, adding suspense and excitement and a kind of romance to the process.

What are you currently working on?

I’m currently collaborating with other artists to bring my work into new forms. And forever working on personal projects.Instagram
David Vargas is an art director & photographer based in Barcelona.

It all started when at 14, my uncle Miguel gave me his analog camera. A few years later, while studying graphic design, my interest in analog photography grew. I would wander around Zaragoza, my hometown, capturing daily scenes with the camera.Nowadays I find inspiration in everyday life and my surroundings.

In my images, I look for beauty through the lines and geometry of architectural scenarios, and the organic elements and anatomy of nature, always from a calm and subtle point of view.

Right now I am involved in a personal project regarding an editorial publication and conceptualizing a new campaign for a special brand.Instagram
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