In this series, photographer Stephanie Gonot set up a special goth culinary set design. Blackberries as sushi, silver crosses and vanitas, white candles : an amazing work with an aesthetic taste revisiting still lives for a dark beauty result. Find out more in the gallery.
The Natural History Museum of London has announced the winners and finalists for the contest Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014. More than 42 000 submissions coming from 96 different countries have been selected according to their composition, innovation and their own interpretation of nature. A beautiful panorama of pictures to discover.
Based in Los Angeles, photographer Gray Malin dedicates this part of his work to balloons, universal symbols of celebration, happiness and joy. In the series “Up and way”, the artist uses row of animals balloons inflated with helium which he places in incongruous but idyllic environments. To discover.
By playing smartly with Nike’s baseline, French artist Mr Plant gives us the series “Just Grow It !” : a collection of sneakers customized by flowers and plants of all kinds such as daisies, bonsaïs, bark, orchids, tree trunks and dandelions. A beautiful work bringing more relief to the swoosh.
In this series of photos signed by the photographer Max Rive , we see a man standing proudly at the forefront at the forefront of just climbed peaks dominating the landscape appears in front of him. These pictures of exceptional quality seem to echo the myth of David and Goliath. Giant mountain having just been defeated by the little man.
Graduated from the Ecole des Gobelins, young and talented photographer Marine Billet has collaborated with Hellena Burchard for the series “Night’s Projection” : 5 photos of luminous geometric forms’ projections in anamorphosis in the middle of wild landscapes at night. Without any post-production, she created the different forms she wanted on Photoshop beforehand. A beautiful intervention of articifial shapes in a nature that she models.
“Surfaces” is a series of pictures captured by Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou. This series gathers a beautiful gallery of images showing the buildings and nature’s architecture of Tunisia. The lines are often pure and saturated, filled by desert views or green’s touches that we can find on grasses and palm trees.
Graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and based in Alaska, photographer Acacia Johnson captures very beautiful landscapes, scandinavian, of Iceland or her own country. In blue tints and through her delicate eye, she makes us discover these countries’ nature that passionate her. To discover.
In his series “Commando Creative”, French creative Mister Blick takes famous war photographs to make flowers’ collages. Amaryllis and tulips replace the bazookas and guns of the soldiers in black and white ; the American flag of the Iwo Jima battle becomes a big pink flower that the soldiers raise proudly. A poetic way to soften the violence and the bullets with a few petals.
Child, we all spent days to imagine a hybrid world in which reality and imagination mingled, our favorite movie characters walking down the street in front of us. For the photographer Thomas Dagg , this cerebral fantasy means only one thing : Star Wars. Through an exceptional photographic and infographic composition, the artist delivers this series to discover below.
Steve Wintercroft designed a series of brilliant three-dimensional mask templates. Ingenious and fun, masks can be easily constructed with simple tools, cereal boxes and old cardboard found at home. The three series animal, halloween and humanoid are available for purchase through the artist shop.