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Everyone of us expresses theirself in a different way in front of a camera, a good portrait contains in one image a piece of personality and life of the subject. 25 inspiring portraits selected for you.
© Michael Chandler
© Eric Lafforgue
© Kausthub Desikachar
© Miss Hearts
© Aung Aung Myo
© joey lawrence
© Olivier Galibert
© Olivier Galibert
© Mitchell Kanashkevich
© Manuel Librodo Jr.
© Sandy Powers
© genesys aw
© Nicolas Marino
© Tatsuo Suzuki
© Magda Berny
© Zoltan Huszti
© Ario Wibisono
© Jeroen Oosterhof
© marius grozea
© Prateek Dubey
© Lee Jeffries
© Anton Kusters
Koikoikoi's co-founder, creative director.
Cool portraits, I love the ones with old people, wrinkles make everything look more interesting
oh My God…
i love them..
i mean the portraits..
this is amazing..
So great. Thks for sharing this
I love the one of the young girl and her child [?] on her back in the mountains — breathtaking.
And, who knew wrinkles were so in?!
Some are good. Some are not. For all you bitchy, whiney people who don’t allow anything other than positive feedback. fu. it’s art. its subjective.
great photos… !
Very nice photographic work. That’s what I call a spliff in the 5th picture.
very interesting photos! loved them all. i know some have been changed to look better but its the people in the picture that makes them special!!!
are you suggesting that these images are your work? if they are not, where is the credit to the photographer? i am going to contact a few people whose work is posted on your site and letting them know that no credit is being given
Where are the photographer credits? Not good form to display without kudos to those that made the images in the first place.
Are you an image thieve? Where is your permission to use these images? I recognize some and they do not belong here? I am informing the rightful owner this minute.
Folow you oFacebook and Pinterest? Sure, be happy to go there, and let others know that you rip off the work of others. You have been noticed by the real owners of these images. Get ready for a life changing experience.
Yes, these are magnificent portraits. The only thing missing is giving credit to the artists who created them. Several of them are my friends. This is SO not cool.
Wow! These truly are wonderful portraits!
But… posting them without the owner’s permission is stealing.
DISCLAIMER: by mistake this post has been published as a draft before adding credits to authors. Some readers noticed that, we really apologize about it. We didn’t mean to steal anything, the main purpose of koikoikoi is giving visibility to creative people who deserve it, and we ALWAYS credit authors. Unfortunatly since the post has been published months ago we can’t find some of the authors. If you know them please let us know name and possibly portfolio url and we’ll add the credits right away. The ones we won’t receive any answer for will be removed in days. Sorry once again for this mistake and thanks for letting us notice it.
The old woman covering her eye is Manny Librodo’s shot.
Thanks a lot! Credits added!
The woman wearing a hat and blowing smoke belongs to Sandy Powers.
another address for Sandy
the young girl with the baby on her back belongs to Mitchell Kanashkevich
I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and think that you really do mean to give appropriate credit to the photogs. But it would be *much* better to link directly to where you got the photo from, rather than copying the image to your own website. At the very least, linking to where you found the image gives viewers a chance to go to the individual photographer’s website to see what else they’ve done. You also don’t seem to have asked any of the photographers for permission to republish, so you’re currently violating copyright law, even if you give credit.
most of the photos were taken from various design blog collections (as I said before, since the post is pretty old we can’t find the exact links we used as sources), not directly from authors sites. Second, hotlinking is not a good way to write a blog, you use other sites bandwidth and many sites prevent this with proper scripts. So usually you put a link on picture or add a line with the link (as we’re doing).
Last but most important: I’m an illustrator (you can search Rubens Cantuni on google) and I’m linked almost every single day around the web, on blogs, sites, tumblr, and apart from interviews I NEVER get asked for permission. NOT A SINGLE TIME. Also important sites like Juxtapoz didn’t asked me anything. AND IT’S OK! It’s called: free visibility. And usually artists like that. If not, it’s just a matter of asking us to remove the content and we’re going to do it with no problems at all.
In this specific case, the post was written by Danilo, my partner in koikoikoi, and I published it thinking it was ready. As you can see we’re trying to fix this. All I can do now is apologize once again for this mistake and eventually remove the post.