Bulgarian photographer Eugenia Maximova is the author of the series “Associated Nostalgia” which gathers sorts of ultra-modern still lives retro and kitch at once. She thought about matching the objects on each table to the used backgrounds : colors, patterns and images… To discover.
The Poladarium 2015 is a tear-off calendar published by German publishers Seltmann + Söhne. It gathers a selection of 365 Polaroïds for each day, giving informations about the photographer in the back of the picture. A high quality printing technique on a glossy paper, the whole package presented in a beautiful designed box, to discover.
Outside Magazine reveals each year a selection of the best pictures of landscapes, extreme sports and adventure that it gathers under the name of “The Best Adventure Photography : Exposure”. Here’s in images the list of the selected photographers for the year 2014. Find out more in the gallery.
The end of this year is coming really fast and we have seen passing tons and tons of beautiful visuals and albums since January. To conclude 2014 in beauty and music, we have decided to compile for you the most inspiring and graphic albums’ covers. From FKA Twigs to Chet Faker, through Banks and Little Dragon.
With his personal vision, the photographer Julian Faulhaber captures images of interior and exterior structures. By using computer tools, the artist cleans the photo of all environmental pollution to obtain a smooth and pure space. Sometimes these images taken from real places seem to be models or imaginary places. To discover.
Japanese artist and cartographer Sohei Nishino is mapping the world’s cities. From Rio to London and from New York to Tokyo, his highly detailed maps serve up a unique portrait of some of the world’s most diverse cities. Consisting of thousands of cut-out snapshots of each location, the artist meticulously pieces together these images to form highly complicated collages.
It is interesting to observe the effect produced by the rubber when it mold the shape of items such as bags, miniature cars or bananas. This is actually the experience that made the photographer Marc Tule, by covering all types of objects with colored latex surfaces, giving a highly detailed, glossy and monochrome finish. To discover.
For Out Magazine and its 20th anniversary, creative duo Juco founded by Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud, took a series entitled “OUT100″ which gathers black and white portraits representing the 100 most influential celebrities according to the LGBT Community. A long work made in collaboration with photo editor Greg Garry, from July to October.
“Magnum Silentium” is a series by Yohan Terraza, a young French photographer who spent the last six years travelling through Switzerland, New Zealand and France’s mountains. A series on the big silence where the fog erases or magnifies the landscapes, where the man is an explorer and a contemplator of his own interior, to discover.
In the series of timelapses, here is a video dedicated to Eastern Europe and specifically Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. For nearly three minutes, the different point of views offer a stunning visual show with the beautiful colors of the sunset and the city lights twinkling. A video signed Andrew Walker.
It’s in the turquoise waters off the Cabo Pulmo coast, Mexico, during a Diving session that Mika Woyda and her husband, Caine Delacy, have lived the unusual experience to meet a huge school of fish. The couple took advantage of this special moment to blend in with the silver swirl and capture incredible images. To discover.