Our curated photography series, 36 Frames, has made its long-awaited return. For this edition, we’re featuring the work of photographer Lukas Korschan, who splits time between London, Berlin and Frankfurt. As such, he’s been able to gain an appreciation for unique cultures and perspectives.
The varying cultural and social differences that are implicit of each locale inspire his work, even if it’s hard to discern where photos were taken. For Korschan, that’s the point. He wants to make his imagery feel as relatable as possible. No matter where he is, his subjects can seem familiar to anyone, anywhere.
Check out our previous installment of 36 Frames featuring San Francisco-based photographer Brian Kelley, and look out for more to come in the future.