In tandem, Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven travel Eastern Europe by train with nothing but varying levels of crappy cameras around their necks. Commonly known as Synchrodogs, these two photographers shoot eerie and trippy images; good enough for Surprise Magazine and, not surprisingly, sufficiently fucked up to be featured in the pages of Vice UK. Based in Ukraine, we shot them an email with some burning questions. Read the full story →
Rafał Karcz’s latest photographic series “I wanna kill Cindy Sherman” strikes a triple threat of uncomfortable emotions: malaise, anxiety and vulnerability. His blurry and distorted images of women draws in and transplants the viewer to a somewhat more disturbing state of voyeurism. This impact, much like Egon Schiele’s work, overshadows the technique. When we finally caught up with this intriguing Polish artist, he spoke of his early parties, heavy drinking and their effect on his art. Read the full story →
One year since the idea of Surprise Magazine came alive. We told ourselves no limits, no stiff writing, no magazine like anything else. It turned out that it would take us longer then expected, but here we are. We are going to share what we love, and we expect that you’ll follow us as we continue to surprise.