Photographer Nick Venton captures sea landscapes from Jersey Anglo-Norman Island, located between France and England. Pictures are taken by night, by day or at sunset and some are like paintings. All of it to make us dream and contemplate.
Ismaël Moumin is a photographer based in Belgium. He executes different visual approaches according to the projects. In this series, he depicts photo collages portraits composed and decomposed with texture effects like gold leaf and ripped paper.
Previously presented for her monochromatic and childish sceneries Carolina Mizrahi reveals today her new series “Avatar ” in collaboration with Old Tat Magazine. This pink creative series denounces how internet can shape a virtual identity to people while disconnecting them from reality.
Duda Carvalho is a freelance photographer who lives in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. He has travelled a lot in the African deserts and surrealist landscapes of Tanzania where he captures the fauna and flora, with talent. A selection of his work is to discover in the gallery.
The new social media campaign of Kiehl – Act Any Age just released. The skincare brand asked a few people, young and old, to dance and reveal their “true” age, namely the one they feel, not the age they are in reality.
Like Bianca Luini, Russian artist Liliya Hudyakova has created a series of diptychs comparing fashion and nature. On one side you can find a beautiful haute couture dress, on the other side a stunning landscape or natural details. These beautiful combinations create a visual surprise by their similarities, as if the dresses were designed according to these pictures.
Italian artist Stefano Prina had the great idea to reproduce legendary and real creatures’ eyes aesthetics by observing his dog. With resin acrylic, hand-painting and various materials, he has recreated perfectly the iris pigmentation, and every details such as pupil’s shape and shading.
Two German firms Mercedes-Benz and the airline Lufthansa made a partnership to create a concept of VIP cabin for for short and medium haul aircrafts. Design is luxurious and warm, reminding Mercedes models interiors.
Highlighted by Ignant Magazine, Joseph Jabbour is a french photographer and architect based in Paris. His instagram gallery is a beautiful range of pure white and grey colors. His photographs depict people at the foot of geometric structures and minimalist aerial views.
Andrew McGibbon, we wrote an article about him before, is a photographer from South Africa. He wanted to play tribute to wild horses, with a collection of pictures named, “All the Wild Horses”, glorifying all animals curves.
Under the bridge of Riccione in Italia, street-artist Eron from Bologna, composed these stunning murals depicting seagulls and herons flying away. The impressive technique of the artist produce an optical illusion of reliefs, like if these birds were real.
Kate Brien has created this series of photographs depicting socks illustrated by iconic art masterpieces. Among them, you can find Mona Lisa, The Scream of Munch and a self portrait of Frida Kahlo. To discover through David Kitz‘s photographs. Shop it on Amazon.
Peter Essick is an American photographer who worked for the National Geographic for 25 years. In a picture series named “Ansel Adams Wilderness” he wished to play tribute to the American photographer Ansel Adams, famous for his black and white pictures, using strong contrast. Peter Essick created a collection by being inspired of the Adams’ technique with very pronounced contrasts.
Creation of optical illusions is a tantalizing practice in photography, and that could very effective. But the hardest thing is to make it realistic and believable. Some photographers managed perfectly to trick beholder’s eye.
French street-artist JR is famous for his “Inside Out” project in which he affixes women and men portraits on the walls of cities where he travels. But he know to make his art existing in unusual locations as pavements, Pantheon’s dome in Paris or on sheet-metal houses in Bangladesh.