The photography of Jan Herdlicka

Introducing our new author Jan Herdlicka.
21 Feb ’12 by Nico Community

Today we want to introduce you to the photography of our friend Jan Herdlicka. We met each other at university and one of our first conversations was about his passion for the japanese photographer Daido Moriyama and his uncompromising street-photography. Like him Jan is a sensitive and silent observer in the streets of the loud and busy city. A central topic in his pictures is the anonymity of the city. The urbanity as a social space where people get isolated in the middle of millions. Here is a small selection of his berlin-photography.  Check out Jans Page for more! 

Four comments

  1. I like his style very much, both great aesthetic composition of shapes and light, and the “street feel” too. Liked it.


  2. Very inspiring and ituitive photography showing human solitude.

Other opinions

  1. […] A while ago we intro­duced you to the work of our friend Jan Herd­licka. Today we want to make sure that you take a look at his new­est pro­ject because you can actu­ally get some­thing out of it.. Being some kind of photo-blog we are deeply involved in the inter­nets never end­ing flood of images. Of course we could never do what we do without the pos­sib­il­it­ies of digital pho­to­graphy. But we although can relate to the desire to slow it down and take it off­line. Thats what Jan did. He cre­ated the “Sam­melkarten”. He prin­ted 25 of his motives with a reg­u­lar injekt printer and sticked them on 6×4 cm cards. The res­ult is just beau­ti­ful. Every pack­age comes with 5 images and if you are lucky you find a “Print” in your deck that gets you a 13×18 print! All you have to do is to like his Facebook-Page and write him a mes­sage with your adress. Dont hes­it­ate because the pack­ages are lim­ited to 50! […]

  2. […] Herd­licka, whom you may know by now from the vari­ous series that we have pub­lished on Find­ing­Ber­lin in the past, cap­tured the feel of the […]