As part of a project for Sleek Magazine, Still&Strokes has developed a conceptual still lives series on which smoothies are poured (or sometimes spilled) inside beautiful vases from Rosenthal brand. Put on varied and graphic tableclothes matching with the liquid taste represented, the studio offers us a series very pleasurable to see. More below.
California-based photographer Laura Plageman does not content just capturing beautiful wild landscapes images. Once the moment is photographed, she uses different techniques such as distortion, and paper collage to represent nature in its own way. An overview of her work is to be discovered in the article.
Texan artist Mark Lovejoy does very beautiful pictures from patterns created thanks to paint and mixed colors which shape interesting textures and movements. Like a chemist, he studies and choses the diluents, resins, oils and waxes he wants to use. Amazing colors to discover in images in the gallery.
With the help of costume designer Stacy Jansen and makeup artist Caroline Stewart, photographer and creative retoucher Lee Howell made great images reproducing the world of the Masai tribe. By selecting the most representative elements of the environment in which members of the tribe live, the photographer has reconstructed all the elements and even the lights into a realistic staging.
In Nazare, in Portugal, on the last 11th of december, there were amazing waves on the Praia do Norte beach, that photographer Rafael Marchante, from Reuters agency, has immortalized. This surf spot has known its popularity because of the record of Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara who surfed the largest wave in 2011.
“Tanning salon” is a stunning fashion and beauty series made by Jamie Nelson, New-york based photographer. To obtain such a beautiful rendering, the artist used
These stunning black to black flowers close-up invites us to visually appreciate the velvety texture of the petals and the dew left on. It’s also the subtlety of the monochromatic achievement which is interesting because we focus on details that we never paid attention to. A work by Bettina Güber to discover in the following.
Here’s a selection of the first photos’ submissions of the annual contest Sony World Photography Awards 2015 for the category ” Open Competition” devoted to amateurs. There’s only one month left for submissions, but while you’re waiting, you can discover the most promising candidats in the gallery.
During his trips in India, photographer Dan Eckstein captured stunning images of amazing Indian trucks that stride the roads along the country. Behind the fantastic colors and graphics that decorate these surprising vehicles, we discover the atypical lifestyle of indian truck drivers through touching portraits. A collection project named Horn Please, available online.
Swedish company Frameworks has designed the Frameworks One : a backlight photo frame commanded from your smartphone to change easily the diaporama or lighting. You can buy or sell prints of your synchronized photos in the Framework One thanks to an application set up for the project. More infos on their page Kickstarter.
Through a careful arrangement of mirrors, lights and negative spaces, the artist James Nizam makes beautiful ephemeral installations captured with analogue photography. James completely alters the way his audience considers architectural spaces and draws connections between photography, design and sculpture.
Located near the station, The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel re-opened after eight years of restoration by Manhattan Loft. The ambition was to create a hotel incorporating all of today’s advanced technology into a building that had never allowed for such provision, a cost of over £200 million to bring this iconic building back to life.
Artist Diane Meyer takes photos reminding memories of places and her personal story to transcend them by adding lines of cross stitches. The squares of embroidery give the impression that the image gets blurred and pixelated. Her two series “Berlin” and “Time Spent That Might” are available in images.