Fubiz now invites you every week to discover a selection of the best projects published on the website in several domains: photography, design and video. A simple way to share our favorite contents of the week with you and to highlight the work of artists we love.
On the programme of this second episode: an aerial trip with the Argentinian photographer Federico Winer, famous buildings revisited with the psychedelic vision of Ramzy Masri, striking portraits taken during the Día de los Muertos in Mexico by Chad Santos, the cream of photography in the Siena International Photo Awards and last but not least, a defense project in favor of the protection of environment under the form of Street Art 2.0 in the company of Philippe Echaroux.
In his project Ultradistancia, Federico Winer captures natural landscapes, urban settings or even airports from the air, in his mother country, Argentina, and also Thailand, Mexico and Italy. With some hindsight and a few digital retouches, the pictures get a poetic dimension and colors are in harmony.
In order to fight the monotony of colors in urban spaces but also to question our certainties, New York-based photographer Ramzy Masri wanders the planet and comes back with photographs of famous buildings in his own city, Bilbao or Berlin, before conferring them a colorful and psychedelic aspect.
The end of October means Día de los Muertos in Mexico: the day of the Dead. An extremely important celebration day that is also celebrated in some states of the South of the U.S. Photographer Chad Santos therefore was able to capture traditional outfits and striking makeups, in the city of Mexico, where he lives.
The annual photography contest of Siena, the Siena International Photography Awards, is one of the festivals that gathers the highest number of participants. More than 100 countries are represented and exquisite pictures of landscapes or society themes can be observed. An unmissable event.
French photographer Philippe Echaroux takes us to Brazil, in Amazonia, in order to introduce us a project of Street Art 2.0. By showing faces of Indians from the Surui tribe on the forest, this artist aims to raise awareness among the international community about the problem of deforestation and the destruction of the environment of the local tribes. A superb artistic initiative for a powerful message.