New York-based street photographer Jonathan Higbee has a clever new collection of photographs that showcases his eye for fleeting moments of ironic humor and double-take surrealism. He calls this latest series "Coincidences" and describes it as a "love letter to New York, and to the infinite number of magical, ephemeral and serendipitous moments that make it a city unlike any other."
Check out these amazing samples from the collection:
Twitter was adequately impressed:
These are all really wonderful. So grateful you shared them.— Cheryl Prevor Psy.D (@DrCherylllP) February 27, 2018
A 2018 Hasselblad Masters finalist and winner of the 2015 World Street Photography grand prize, Higbee has also lived in Kansas City (where he was born), Detroit, Chicago, Seattle, and Los Angeles.
Regular sized man walking in front of a scaled down picture of a storefront.— W (@DooSwazzle) February 27, 2018
Higbee's photos have been shown all over the world, with his most recent exhibit in Paris. His work has been featured in Colossal, LensCulture, LFI Magazine, Huffington Post, GUP Magazine, and the Phoblographer, to name a few.
Higbee was gracious about the support and adulation:
Can't thank you enough for the support and kindness, Vikki! 🙏— Jonathan Higbee (@JonathanHigbee) February 27, 2018
This is exactly why I make this series, so it leaves such a big smile upon my face reading this. Thank you!— Jonathan Higbee (@JonathanHigbee) February 27, 2018
Be sure to check out Higbee's site to view the entire series, as well as others!