Synchrodogs, from Ucrania with love

Mermaids dressed in shiny fabrics, bizarre nudes where flowers, fruits and inflatable dolphins are welcome, shocking characters and scenes out of normal life are what Synchrodogs, photographic duet that Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven form, are made of. They bring us a new way of looking, full of surrealism and bodies in the middle of nature surrounded by Barbie amputees, from Ukraine.

Synchrodogs have worked for Kenzo, Bimba and Lola, magazines like Harper’s Bazaar or Esquire, without losing their dark and bizarre touch that leaks through their pictures. Their website is an unending waterfall of images of their personal work, a total style masterclass, their professional commissions and their blog, that shows how this couple of artists understand photography as a way of picturing an irrerevent outlook on life and not as a simple hobby. We open our week with a new Synchrodogs devotion.

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art

synchrodogs photography editorial personal art