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Remember the famous Russian photographer Kristina Makeeva who mesmerized the world with her Moscow Orthodox Christmas photography? Turns out she has a cat. Or to be more exact, the cat whose name is Kotleta (en. Cutlet) has a personal photographer. We decided to reach out to Kotleta for a little interview, but the cat probably delegated the task to her human Kristina, as she was the one who answered all of our questions.

Remember the famous Russian photographer Kristina Makeeva who mesmerized the world with her Moscow Orthodox Christmas photography? Turns out she has a cat. Or to be more exact, the cat whose name is Kotleta (en. Cutlet) has a personal photographer. We decided to reach out to Kotleta for a little interview, but the cat probably delegated the task to her human Kristina, as she was the one who answered all of our questions.

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Jean Mounicq

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Jean Mounicq

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Claude Cahun

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Claude Cahun

Sebastião Salgado. Workers celebrate government approval of their right to a piece of land on the Cuiba plantation. Sergipe state, Brazil. 1996  [::SemAp FB || SemAp G+::]

Sebastião Salgado. Workers celebrate government approval of their right to a piece of land on the Cuiba plantation. Sergipe state, Brazil. 1996 [::SemAp FB || SemAp G+::]

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Pierre Molinier

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Pierre Molinier

archatlas: “  Aída Pascual Benito A small sampling of the images by Aída Pascual Benito, a photographer from Burgos, Spain, that you will find on her tumblr. In her work anonymous figures inhabit...

archatlas: “ Aída Pascual Benito A small sampling of the images by Aída Pascual Benito, a photographer from Burgos, Spain, that you will find on her tumblr. In her work anonymous figures inhabit...

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Rene Groebli

Lyssa humana: Photographer: Rene Groebli

“A falha humana" (human failure) © Mário Macilau - Photos for social change in Mozambique, 2014 — African photography is on the rise. From street to art photography, conceptual and documentary to fashion shoots, home-grown photographers are increasingly showing the world what they see through the lens (and not only in Africa's Francophone countries).

“A falha humana" (human failure) © Mário Macilau - Photos for social change in Mozambique, 2014 — African photography is on the rise. From street to art photography, conceptual and documentary to fashion shoots, home-grown photographers are increasingly showing the world what they see through the lens (and not only in Africa's Francophone countries).

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