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Archive for the ‘photo’ Category



Tom Butler’s Self-Portrait

Posted: 19.06.2018 at 15:21 | Comments: 0

In this series of self-portraits, English photographer Tom Butler presents his body, holding elegant poses that show only the top of his bald head. (see more of Butlers work)

Broken heart by Paloma Rincón

Posted: 28.05.2018 at 07:51 | Comment: 1


Broken Heart. A series about fragility and a truncated love story using flowers in a symbolic way. Combining High Speed Photography with frozen flowers in liquid nitrogen.  Liquid Nitrogen evaporates at -200 ºC and when immersing the flowers on it they become fragile as glass. Paloma used laser sensors to coordinate the exact moment when the flowers hit the surface and exploded to have perfect synchronization with the camera. (via)

“JUST” project by Local Preacher

Posted: 23.04.2018 at 07:34 | Comments: 0

Slovak photographer Michal Pudelka and his campaign for N E H E R A

Posted: 28.01.2018 at 12:18 | Comments: 0

See more of this extraordinary slovak photographer on his official page here

The Colorful Universe Of Will Sanders

Posted: 20.07.2017 at 19:39 | Comments: 0

In a world recently dominated more and more by grayness and pessimism, photographer Will Sanders proves that it’s possible to find a color on every corner. (via)

Deconstructed body portraits by Patricia Voulgaris

Posted: 17.02.2016 at 18:53 | Comments: 0

 

New York-based photographer Patricia Voulgaris introducing her series “Hidden in plain sight”

Surreal photography by Sydney Sie

Posted: 10.08.2015 at 16:35 | Comments: 0

Taiwanese photographer and graphic designer Sydney Sie creates surreal scenes with pastel colors, simple objects and figures that never reveal their faces. Through soft color gradients, optical illusions and absurd arrangements, she composes a playful narrative.

Children captured while watching TV in Donna Stevens’ photo series

Posted: 11.06.2015 at 10:06 | Comments: 0




 

Photographer Donna Stevens created the series documenting children staring at the TV. She hopes to explore the darker side of our love for technology with these images. Shooting children watching TV represents the co-dependent yet contradictory relationship we all share with technology and the media.

Beautifull shadow play in photos of Ye Fei

Posted: 11.06.2015 at 09:58 | Comments: 0

Chinese photographer Ye Fei creates beautiful images mainly of women, always on the look for the best beaming rays of sunlight that would cover the photograph in a natural soft filter. You can see more of his works over on Flickr or follow him via Instagram and VSCO. (via)

Night projection photography

Posted: 02.01.2015 at 17:35 | Comments: 0

Hellena Burchard and Marine Billet created the series ‘Night’s projection’,  compositions realized in different outdoor nightscapes. By using a video projector the two artists revealed geometrical forms, none of the photos went under post production.

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