Sylve Colless is an Australian photographer based in Sydney. After graduation, the artist began to assist Sydney’s most highly regarded photographers then continues his personal work simultaneously with a commercial and artistic eye. In two exhibitions, respectively entitled HARMONIA and AN(IM)A, she presented a series of women’s portraits whose bodies seem to merge with the aqueous material.
Photographer Mikel Muruzabal made a series which focuses on Spanish seaside resort Benidorm. Considered as the European city that has more skyscrapers, Mikel wanted to immortalize the atypical atmosphere that comes from this city with sandy colors.
Katerina Plotnikova is a photographer based in Moscow which we already had previously mentioned. Today, the artist comes back with a series of shots still based on the same principle : a human, an animal and a portrait to show their complicity.
Here is a series of pictures made by amateur photographer and history professor François Dourlen. Using his iphone, man precisely replaced famous movie stills into everyday scenes. The result is striking.
Guido van Helten is a young street artist who enjoys covering the walls with gigantic monochrome portraits. Indirectly, Guido places people at the center of the town and has a close look at the world around him.
Apple has released a worldwide photos’ gallery taken with an iPhone 6. These cliches are introduced with tips and captions from photographers selected carefully by Apple. Our selection is to discover in images in the gallery.
Russian artist Tatiana Plakhova reveals here her sumptuous series “Complexity Graphics” through which we discover a following of luminescent graphic compositions. The artist gets inspired by diverse influences such as oriental patterns, fireworks and kaleidoscopic shapes. An enchanting work to discover.
This series made by Italian Guido Argentini is the reflect of his passion for dance and sculpture. Also very inspired by feminine beauty, he staged here a nude and entirely silver-painted woman. More in the gallery.
Erik Johansson is a Swedish photographer and artist. His work consist to mix hundreds of photos to make a hyper realistic, but totally illusory final assembly. Erik provokes, breaks rules and plays up with the viewer’s mind.
t’s been a while since Banksy had not manifested. At each of its artistic appearances, he provokes. Check out his recent works created in Gaza in Palestine. Banksy in 2015 presses where it hurts. To discover.
Photographer Benjamin Von Wong wanted to capture superhero fearlessness without using any special effects and other green background. After recruiting people dressed as comic book characters, the artist placed them on the edge of a corner of a skyscraper in San Francisco to capture beautiful portraits.
Yener Torun is a 32-year-old architect based in Istanbul whose architectural landscape is largely made up of incredibly bright buildings dominated by geometric patterns. Yener daily documenting these beautiful places he depicts with subtle inlaid characters.
Inspired by a series of love letters written by her grandfather to her grandmother during the Second World War, the American photographer Lauren Fleishman wanted to honor them with her series called “The Lovers” featuring longtime couples in lovely scene.
Here is a series of pictures created by photographer Blake Little. Entitled “Preservation”, the project showcases portraits covered by honey. The models seem to be stuck in the slime, powerless and reduced to statues of sweet substance.
Floriane de Lassée is a French photographer based in Paris. In his series called “Inside Views”, the artist confronts in a disturbing merging plans, the immensity of cities to the privacy of its inhabitants. These scenes lead us from the general to the close, from overall to the small, from the infinitely large to the infinitely small. To discover.