Inside Shoes Up magazine, we can find a photos series of cities which names are to guess in a small box with an abridged writing. These series are associated to people who have produced a portrait of their hometown and their favorite places. Find out more in the gallery.
For his final project at the University of East London, the Lithuanian photographer Tomas Januska realized Gravity series featuring several people jumping in the air. With these photos, the artist celebrate freedom, energy and spontaneity. A black and white series to discover in the galery.
By focusing on the landscape textures he observes, the photographer Thorsten Scheuermann presents here an abstract series of very graphic photographs. The way he interprets the textures from nature gives a very interesting visual identity. Discover beautiful lava flows and arid lands in the gallery.
Mammut is a Swiss brand specialist in the manufacture of mountain equipment. For its campaign, the brand has gathered several climbers dressed in red suits for a striking effect. Models are sometimes clinging to the mountains or in circle for a nice visual impact. To discover in images.
In order to capture the most memorable moments of the Burning Man edition, New Zealand photographer Trey Ratcliff visited the Nevada Black Rock desert where take place each year the most zany festivities of the planet. Costumes, sculptures, installations, the photographer skillfully transcribed this wonderful artistic pilgrimage. Find out more in the gallery.
Belgian photographer Antoine Rose takes vertiginous pictures of Miama beaches and Long Island’s coasts in his series “Up In The Air”. From a helicopter, he adopts a bird-eye’s view to capture the colors of spread towels, beach umbrellas and the turquoise water’s lines. He will be exhibited from 15th November 2014 to 26th January 2015, at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, in New York.
Back on the artist Dan Cretu that we talked about previously. In this eclectic series of Food Art sculptures, we recognize the artist’s touch, who doesn’t hesitate to play with colors and food variety : he creates women as cucumber as well as he creates salad-tomato birds. A crazy and creative series to discover in images.
This photos series made by Peter Stewart would almost give an impression of vertigo by the manner it’s created. Indeed the photographer stand in the middle of buildings courtyards and captured the image by low-angle shot. The result, the images constitute a beautiful geometry and a stunning colour palette according to the building tint. To discover next.
Unusual and surrealist images, this is what the protographer Aisha Zeijpvelds, based in Amsterdam presents here with a portrait series. What is particular is the directing, which appears like totally zany. Some of the models have limbs split into two as while some others have the eyes hidden by a mirror or by a smoke heap. To discover in this article.
London-based photographer Aaron Tilley offers us a Food Design series where he uses pasta as patterns for the ground, and even as stairs structure. On a second series of three photos, he shows his talents by several demonstrations such as mushrooms sculpture and a slice of cake covered with a beautiful garden. To discover in the article.