Photographer Julieanne Kost who is behind this beautiful work, photographed the San Francisco Bay while flying over by helicopter. Without retouch, photographs offer linear and geometric shapes supported by a stunning purple-tinted sea caused by billions of microorganisms that change color according to the water salinity. Find out more in the gallery.
Well known for his architecture photographs, the photographer Nick Franck” analyzed the different colors notes of images and drew up Pantone samples. With a monochrome background, the artist presents a highly conceptual series with a successful minimalist design. To discover in images.
Here is a range of photographic bug signed by artist Sabato Visconti. We perceive portraits and staging blurred in some parts, and even on the entire surface. To obtain these highly aesthetic anomalies, the artist uses computer applications and manipulate codings to separate pixels and creates glitch art. Discover.
Famous artist JR has assembled a cast of forty dancers that he photographed at 56m above the ground, on the rooftop of the Opera Garnier in Paris. Dressed in black and white polka-dot leotards, dancers have played the game and made this ambitious project a reality. Find out more in the gallery.
Graduated from Photography at the London College of Communication, Emma Hartvig is a young Swedish photographer, living currently in Berlin. She draws her inspiration into still-life : that’s the reason why her pictures often look like oil paintings. Sensual pictures reawakening taste and tactile senses.
It’s in the largest salt desert of the world, in Bolivia, that Dutch photographer Scarlett Hooft Graaflan organized this minimalist artistic photo shoot in collaboration with Gastón Ugalde. Both artists took advantage of the surreal beauty of the place in order to stage balloon sculptures and other zany development scenes.
Helsinki-based photographer Osma Harvilahti is the author of very beautiful photos he takes during his trips : in Morocco, in Kenya, in Singapour or in London. His pictures often look like contemporary still lives, mixing fruits, portraits, animals and flowers. His personal work and his photoshoot for Finnish designers Marimekko’s new campaign are to discover in the article.
Irish artist Kevin Francis Gray has exhibited at the Pace Gallery a series of human forms sculptures. The particularity of his works made of marble and bronze is the shiny materials aspect and the special attention to details : the silhouettes are like enveloped by viscous fabric sails.
It is between reality and imagination that the photographer and illustrator Hossein Zare takes us on this fabulous series. Human silhouettes in empty and white landscapes, in which the artist intervened using his pencil to complete the picture with a childish drawing style. A minimalist series to discover the gallery.
Australian photographer Daniel Gregoric got inspired by the artistic movement Bauhaus and constructivist artists such as Laszlo Moholy-Nagy to realize his series “90 degrees”. In collaboration with stylist Irene Drakoulas, this series mixes geometric and colorful lines letting women’s body parts appearing : a mouth, a neck, an eye or a leg.
Based in France, photographer Julien Douvier offers us here a magnificent series of animated GIF, where he focused on a specific item. This element, such as a person, a drop or a bird will be moving in a completely static environment. A poetic vision that make us understand how these little details are beautiful to contemplate.