When someone says Las Vegas, you more than likely think of the glitz and the glamour: bright lights, shows and over the top displays. This series by Jean-François Thériault avoids those clichés and shows you an entirely different side of Sin City, which is exactly what makes it beautiful. He makes Vegas feel more like an abandoned town than a tourist attraction through his use of desaturated colors and select subject matter.
Aram Bedrossian does an amazing job re-imagining the lives of Bonnie and Clyde. Everything about this shoot is awesome, from the vintage clothing and props to the story-like scenes. It gives you an enjoyable look into what life might have looked like for the notorious couple. VNY models Ollie Edwards and Elise Digby
Solitude is a funny thing. It can either make you feel alone or it can give you strength and a needed break. This series, entitled Nowhere by Michel Rajkovic perfectly captures this state of solitude. Each photo brings you into a world void of everything but the subject in focus. The use of black and white helps accentuate the subject and make everything around it seem barren.