Flickr member Saeah posted this dramatic image of a person standing on a dune in the Sahara Desert in Morocco.
My flickr contact Alper took this fantastic street image in Morocco. Amazing, what an eye he’s got.
My flickr contact John Park shot this in the Sahara Desert, Morocco with his Ricoh GR.
Even though it may be over saturated I love it. The red turban is incredible.
My flickr contact Alper posted this image of a man walking along dunes in Morocco. His shadow alone makes this a spectacular image for me.
Flickr member Ioannis Lelakis took this great image in a small brick-factory in the suburbs of Marrakech, Morocco.
Flickr member Tom Levold has posted a fantastic image of a Moroccan butcher shop taken with his Fuji X100S.
NPR has a great piece on a series called “Kesh Angels” where photographer Hassan Hajjaj used women wearing brightly colored traditional clothing, some wearing modern sunglasses while sitting on motorcycles in Marrakesh, Morocco. It sounds odd but as you’ll see in the images on their site, it’s quite a successful project.
These kinds of montages of seemingly disparate cultural artifacts, done right, are fantastic.
Hassan Hajjaj has a show of a series called My Rock Stars: Volume 2 at the Gusford Gallery in Los Angeles. Fantastic. What a great style he has.
Here’s an interview with Hassan done in conjunction with a show he had at LACMA: An Interview with Artist Hassan Hajjaj.
I love his work, can’t wait to see these large prints in person.
My long time flickr contact gakout has posted an incredible image of the Sahara Desert in Morocco.
Stuart King made this video of a street artisan in Marrakech, Morocco using a bow lathe to turn chess pieces.