Luca Lupi is an Italian photographer who lives and works in Fucecchio in the province of Firenze. In his series called “Landscapes”, the artist photographed large areas of coasts places. Between the idyllic beaches and industrial areas overlooked by the sky, discover his work in the following article.
“Bunkers” is a photos series of World War II bunkers, captured by photographer Jonathan Andrews who has decided to go on the German fortifications in The Netherlands, Belgium and France. Under a dramatic and mysterious light, we can see bunkers of all shapes and sizes, as if they have run aground on the beaches.
German photographer Manuel Irriter‘s pictures are atypical. Either he choses ultra-minimalist pictures or a fully aspect with urban landscapes. In the “Urban Jungle” collection, the photographer immortalizes paradoxes in Hong Kong. In fact, in some places, a dense vegetation cohabites with high buildings.
Brooklyn-based artist, Alejandro Duran went in the UNESCO Sian Ka’an tropical nature reserve in Mexico. However this nature reserve is cluttered by trash from all around the World. In order to alert the general public to pollution, Alejandro Duran made with this trash some colorful creations.
After the exclusive release of JVIEWZ‘s portrait, here is the new episode of the series Long Story Short, produced by Live Orange TV (the web TV of Orange), this time devoted to French photographer Julien Douvier. This young creative captures scenes and cinemagraphs : sort of animated GIF in loop, with only one part of the picture in movement, in an immobile stage.
Discover the stunning pictures took by photographer Paul Zizka, while climbing with alpinist Mike Stuart and Takeshi Tani the Athabasca Glacier in Alberta, Canada. On these images, the beauty of this place is literally enhanced by the northern lights illuminating the glacier. A magical spectacle to discover in the gallery.
Photographer and videomaker Aaron Baltimore, based in Paris, has been to the festival Coachella, located in the middle of the desert, and came back with very beautiful pictures. In pale colors of pink, blue and yellow pastel, he managed to capture the sweet atmosphere of this event and all the beauty of this place.
After Africa, photographer Laurent Baheux comes back with “Black and White Wild America” : a series of photographs that focus on reliefs of deserts in Montana, Wyoming, California or Colorado. Always with a deep black and white, he wanted to discover these infinite territories, like Ansel Adams : big master of photography and pioneer of the Nature Protection.
Photographer Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic has created this experimental video showing how would look like a time-lapse of Los Angeles without light pollution. In the course of the video, thousands of stars fill the dark sky, vying with the countless city lights. To discover.