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.
In the style of Fan Ho that transcribed the poetry of Hong Kong in the 50s, the photographer Fred Lyon presents a touching portrait of San Francisco city from the 40′s to the 60′s by a series of black and white photographs. From the fisherman to the passerby, from the flourishing buildings to neon signs, the artist illustrates with sensitivity the vintage aspect of the Californian city.
If you were blind, how could you take a look at a picture? This is the question that the Touchable Memories project initiated by Pirate3D tried to respond by 3D printing photographs, allowing to touch a part of it, an invisible paper surface becoming a touchable souvenir. Check out this wonderful video below.
Las Vegas-based photographer Tim Navis takes pictures in black and white, colors, digital or with film camera. Here’s a selection of his pictures, from his series “Digital” and “Film” : cliches where the nature speaks through the patterns it draws with the reliefs and by the power of its desertic landscapes.
Famous astronaut Chris Hadfield just published his new book entitled “You Are Here”, in which he shares the pictures he took from the International Space Station. Landscapes are captured from an aerial point of view where textures, colors and reliefs are drawn. Another look to the world, to discover.
24-years old Spanish photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer, directly inspired by surrealism, manages to catch the beauty of women and nature with a lot of finesse. She considers her images as a work on the memories we keep from our dreams. A selection of her dreamy and a poetic pictures is to discover.
Flying over the salt lakes of South Bay California, we just realize how amazing nature can be. That’s what photographer Chris Benton immortalized with a radio controlled camera attached to a kite : lakes with surreal colors, composed of bright palettes, supernatural colors and incredible shades. An aerial series to discover in the gallery.
Slovenian photographer Marko Korosec had the chance to take pictures of these little explosions in the sky during a trip to Italy while he was chasing storms. This phenomenon is the result of electric discharges high above thunderstorm clouds, when the night falls. To discover in images.
To introduce her collection of graphic and colorful scarves Blazon, English designer Natasha Coverdale thought about taking a series of tropical pictures. The most exotic birds wear the scarves that correspond with the colors of their beaks and their feathers. Perfect scarves to brighten your autumn up.