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Each and every one of us possesses unique emotions and ingenuity to aid in our creative process. Sometimes, it can seem as though society aims to suppress the feelings and imagination of the individual. Yet it is our duty not to let this happen, but rather use our creative means to communicate in ways that speak beyond words, constructs, and social boundaries.

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Nestled into an airy, comfortable, and newfangled workspace in the lovely Seattle neighborhood of Fremont, WINTR crafted an environment customized to suit their needs and design aesthetic. "The vibe we went for was open and bright, with a focused and intentional aesthetic that represents who we are and what we appreciate about good design and execution." View more of WINTR's breathtaking workspace on the Journal.

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Based out of Seattle, Washington, and founded in 2010, WINTR is a digital creative company who unites strategy, design, and technology to deliver remarkable digital products, experiences, and content. Over the past four years, WINTR has built a diverse list of clients. Guided by common values of relevance, sustainability, and evolution, WINTR puts a lot of heart and hustle into the projects they take on. Read more about WINTR and see images of their beautiful workspace on the journal: http://vsco.it/1reyhZ4
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Rachel Feldhaus, a young photographer living in Paris, documents her time abroad with images that have a charmed, quirky, larkish vibe. Rachel doesn't reveal too much; rather, we are teased with small glimpses of her life. Vibrant, interesting, and thoughtful, Rachel's images frequently leave us wanting to see more. Additionally, many of Rachel's photographs are deeply visceral. Our first instinct is to feel something when looking at her work, rather than think too technically about it. Rachel achieves this reaction from viewers through strong usage of color, unique composition, and deliberate implementation of light and shadows. As a result, we are captivated by Rachel's interesting perspective of Paris and the world around her. Be sure to see more of Rachel's images on her personal VSCO grid: http://hausmuzak.vsco.co
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The color red can be used to alert us of danger, grab our attention, evoke romantic feelings, and add flare to the drab. Bold and fiery, it’s no wonder that red is the color of love, of passion. Perhaps the most vibrant hue in the color spectrum, a pop of red in a scene can make a strong statement and add a dynamic element to a photograph. http://vsco.it/1qS1CbJ
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Wow, this is strong, I almost feel the air in the room.
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Portland based lifestyle photographer Sierra Pruitt understands that standing in front of the viewfinder is a vulnerable place to be. Sierra shares a variety of work on her VSCO Grid, including several portraits and a small collection of self portraits. Making self portraits can be a challenging exercise for a photographer. It requires patience, vulnerability, and self-reflection. But by going through the process, we are reminded that we ask the very same things of the people we photograph. Portraits are inherently intimate and personal; when done well, they reveal so much about the subject. It is clear from looking at Sierra's grid that her experience in front of the camera has influenced her work behind it. Her portraits are full of life and energy and truly tell us something about each individual. See Sierra's portraiture, along with a collection of other work, on her Grid: http://sierrapruitt.vsco.co
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The images uploaded to VSCO Grid are astounding, and as we curate through the photos on a daily basis, we are inspired and delighted. Photography can be a challenging endeavor; however, we are immensely encouraged by the multitude of people putting their best foot forward and recording exceptional moments and scenes.

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“I've always been attracted to derelict buildings. I find them beautiful. They have a special atmosphere. They have history and are part of our legacy. They have an almost sacred, nostalgic feeling. They hold great contrast between the ugliness and the beauty of destruction and decay. It's exciting to enter a place without knowing what you'll find inside, while opening your eyes to find the beauty in this apparent chaos.” - Martin Vaissie

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The 26-year-old visual effects artist and photographer Martin Vaissie has a unique passion for recording abandoned places and forgotten landscapes. Based in Toulouse, located in the south of France, Martin travels near and far to photograph derelict buildings. Through his images, Martin is able to capture aesthetically stunning scenes amidst the disarray. Visit the Journal to see more of Martin's images and learn about his experiences exploring abandoned landscapes and crumbling buildings throughout Europe.

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Every Saturday, we like to share a short list of things that have recently inspired the VSCO team. It can be fascinating in this modern age to view examples of art from both the past and present. Even more interesting is when we are given access into the history and context in which specific art pieces and projects were created. Here are a handful of things, both simple and in-depth, which we found intriguing.

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